When: Mondays, 11 June – 30 July, 6pm – 8pm
Where: Ross St Community Centre, CB1 3UZ (note: different venue 11 June!)
Cost: £70 full / £50 concession (senior, student, unwaged)
How to book: firstname.lastname@example.org, limit 12 per course.
Unlock your creativity in this introduction to the performance art of improv theatre and comedy. Clare Kerrison guides beginners (and refreshers) through the joys of story, getting yourself into trouble (and out) and inspiring laughter. Whether you’ve never been on stage or never been off, learning the fundamental skills of improv in a supportive group is confidence building, challenging and fun!
“Whatever my day has been like, I know I’ll spend at least two hours smiling. Improv brings me out of myself. It’s a joyful start to my week!” Fiona, May 2012
About the instructor
Clare hails from Wellington, where she was Business Manager for BATS, the busiest little theatre in New Zealand. She has an Advanced Diploma in Performance Art from NASDA, and has been improvising for over ten years, mostly with the Wellington Improvisation Troupe (WIT) where she played her way up to trainer, coordinator and creative director. Since arriving in Cambridge, Clare has become WRiTEON's regular improv teacher. She performs with the Cambridge Improv Factory and London's Wilmops. She draws her inspiration from the teachings of Keith Johnstone and various escaped alumni from Loose Moose Theatre.