Wired lighting and technician skills workshop

A FREE OF CHARGE three-hour long workshop in lighting and technician skills for improvisers.

This workshop is ideal for people who want to learn new ways of supporting improv and have an interest in improving the theatrical aspect of their craft. Whether your group is playing in a church hall, a room above a pub or a full blown west end theatre, lighting and tech can elevate a performance.



The session will cover:

  • Basics of lighting a scene including colour mixing
  • Generating and also responding to on-stage offers
  • Generating and also responding to on-stage offers
  • Storytelling with light and sound
  • How to operate all of the equipment in the New Nursery Theatre
  • How to support and edit the scenes onstage

The course will be run by the managers of The Nursery, in conjunction with ‘WIRED’, a new improvisation collective focussed on tech for improv.

The course will be held at The Nursery Theatre in Broadgate 2 Finsbury Avenue Square, EC2M 2PP

July 22 is fully booked and wait-listed.

The next available dates will be in September- follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our newsletter to be kept informed!


About your teacher

Jonah Fazel

Jonah is an experienced theatre maker and comedian and has appeared at in the West End as well as being a veteran of the London Fringe and Edinburgh festivals.

He has created work at The Battersea Arts Centre, Royal Court and The National as well as many site-specific venues and toured the UK as a performer, director and workshop leader and currently teaches Improvisation at The Nursery, Hoopla and The Actors Centre London.
Jonah trained as an actor at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and the Webber Douglas Academy.
He has studied clowning under Philippe Gaulier, stand-up comedy under Logan Murray and improvisation under Keith Johnstone to name a few.

You can see him perform in Bumper Blyton, hear him on the improvised sitcom podcast The Holiday After Tomorrow or find him on JonahFazel.com

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