When: Every Wednesday, from 31 October to 12 December 2012, 19.30 to 22.00
Who: Suitable for beginners and improvers.
How much: Concession price for all members of the LAIM:
£143 instead of £165 for all 7 sessions (£45 deposit).
Full refund guarantee (no small print) if you don't enjoy yourself in your first class.
Our brand of improvisation accommodates participants of all backgrounds. It is centered on games and promotes the pleasure of playing, sharing and growing more confident.
This 7 weeks course in central London is for people
who never tried improvisation and are absolutely petrified at the idea of, or
who never tried improvisation and can't wait to have a go, or
who've done it before and fancy a little less conversation and a little more action.
You will re-claim the sense of play and spontaneity you had as a child, using shared impulse to play games and build, with a bit of practice, daring collaborative pieces of improvisational theatre.
- Awareness through relaxation and sensory awakening;
- Cooperation through goodwill, common rules and shared responsibility;
- Flow through simplicity, engagement and play;
- Commitment through focus, confidence and staying-power;
- Composition through serendipity, rhythm and disruption;
- Storytelling through vulnerability, provocation and transformation;
- Pleasure through shared courage and accomplishment.
You can book by paying a £45 deposit through meetup or on our website (choose concession price): http://www.imprology.com/bookings.html
“This course gives you incomparable social skills and self awareness. Magnificent . I'm so glad I took it. And first class facilitator as well.” Jenny Glanville, Hypnotherapist
"The facilitator was clearly very experienced and truly excellent, although it was my first experience of that type of thing another participant who had been doing it for years said that the facilitator was the best he had ever experienced." Ruth Whaling, Psychologist
"I cannot remember when I last enjoyed myself so much. The experience of learning to freely play nonsensical games in gibberish, finding our own internal narrative logic was liberating, exciting and incredibly satisfying. Afterwards I felt all my bones had settled back into place." Katharine Messenger, Actor