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Improvisation For Actors and Non-Actors [WORKSHOP]

Genre:
Workshop
Opens:
24 Jan 2022
Until:
28 Feb 2022
Times:
24 Jan, 19:30
31 Jan, 19:30
07 Feb, 19:30
21 Feb, 19:30
28 Feb, 19:30

PLEASE NOTE: If you want to take part of the full course, please purchase a ticket for all the sessions. A £10 discount will be applied to your cart. Note that this discount is available until the day of the first workshop.

 

Improvisation…what?! Don’t worry – this workshop is for everyone, whether you’re a performer or not. Would you like to learn ways to help with developing resilience and reducing social anxiety using practical exercises with real world applications? Then this is for you.

These non-performance workshops use drama based exercises to develop communication, collaboration and empathy. Participants are encouraged to take low stakes risks, facilitated in a safe, friendly and supportive atmosphere. This will be a gentle and supportive group, using activities and games to develop conversations and connections.

Participants can engage or opt-out of any activities if they don’t feel comfortable.

The workshops last 90 minutes and are structured to support all elements of the resilience framework (Hart, Blinco and Thomas), highlighting participants’ inner strengths and resources.

 

They’re ideal to support participants in:

Preparing for interviews

Overcoming social anxiety

Presenting to audiences

Public speaking

Developing confidence

 

 

Please bring a bottle of water and wear comfortable clothing that you can move easily in

 

Workshop leader: Paul Wildman

Paul is a highly regarded and accomplished drama teacher with over 25 years’ experience. He has thoroughly enjoyed working with an extensive range of young people and adults, and helping them to not only develop as young actors, but as well-rounded people too.

Paul has coordinated and led Drama and Performing Arts departments at local schools as well as performing, directing and producing several award-winning productions.

 

Paul’s passion lies with improvisation, and the huge impact it can have on an individual’s confidence, as well as honing soft skills, which are becoming widely sought after in the employment world. He’s trained with some of the world’s leading practitioners and facilitates workshops that support team-building, communication, empathy and collaboration.