Horley & District

Improv

WORKSHOP LEADERJim Palmer
E-mailClick on envelope icon on the right
VENUEOnline using Zoom
DATEAlternate Wednesdays
TIME2-4pm

Improv workshops are currently going ahead on Zoom every two weeks on Wednesday afternoons. You can read more about this in the Newsletter article Improv in a box by clicking the link on the right. We hope to be able to resume our "live" workshops soon, but this depends on the opening of the Tesco Community Room. They will then revert to the first Monday of the month. We also plan to continue Zoom sessions for members unable to get to the Tesco sessions.

We are also running "taster" sessions on Zoom open to members of any U3A. We will also do a workshop for an individual U3A if asked. Anyone who is interested or wants to know more, please leave a message by clicking on the envelope icon top right.

Improv (short for Improvisation)is a great new activity offering the chance to learn things like self-confidence and teamwork while having a good laugh. The aim is to act out light hearted little sketches, made up completely on the spot. It's not about telling jokes or even trying to be funny. It's about working together, supporting each other and building on other people's contributions. But more than anything, it's about having fun. No experience of any kind is required, anybody can learn to be an improviser. All you need is a sense of humour and a willingness to join in.

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