WHAT IS IMPROV?
(AND RECOMMENDED READING)
A short history of improvisation & it’s much more than “Whose Line Is It Anyway”. Plus our top 5 books on improvisation.
“Are you sitting comfortably, then I’ll begin…”
The history of Improv
Why pick us?
Don’t take our word for it. Here is some of the feedback from our clients
"We all enjoyed the workshop thoroughly - it surpassed the expectations of many who were quite afraid of the word 'improv'"
"They created a supportive atmosphere that was fun and laid back, yet still very much focussed on our goals"
"The workshop was thought provoking, informative and enjoyable. For a group of academic teachers, this was very useful and tremendous fun."
"This was something different in terms of the more traditional type of course for a Sales Team, but everyone really enjoyed it and found it valuable."
"The entire team was energized and really enjoyed the session and if anything, wanted to have more of the same!!"
"I have to agree with one of my staff, who afterwards described it as 'the best team-building event I've ever been on' and I will definitely be recommending it to colleagues"
“Dave helped create strong new bonds between the team, delivered an almost telepathic rapport, and helped them relax in each others' company. The result was a tight team who performed absolutely in the moment, and coped with everything the live pitch through at them.”
“This was an engaging, enjoyable and yet stretching activity for all involved. I believe it has helped us all to see another side of colleagues and will hopefully create a more inclusive and considerate working environment.”
“We wanted a course that allowed our people to develop presence, understand the impact of body language and improve their ability to react in different situations. It's a fun, challenging course and we've really enjoyed participating and putting out team through it.”
“The class encouraged us all to think on our feet and interact with people on a more human level. It was a great experience and I’d definitely recommend it to anyone feeling sceptical about the benefits of improv!”