Designed as a self-contained taster packed with lots of useful resources and information to add new layers to your performance repertoire.
Get ready to learn:
• Explore and develop your comedic ability, whether it be for stage or just for fun
• Learn basic skills for improv and working with props
• Get an introduction to stand-up
• Learn essential hosting techniques
This is an interactive workshop suitable for beginners or as a refresher and open to people of any gender. Ticket holders will receive a list of optional materials to prepare. There will be live demonstrations and DIY activities - full participation is highly encouraged but not mandatory.
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