Women’s Workshop

This workshop is one of many run by the Nursery to create an open and supportive creative space for female-identifying improvisers of all ages and experience levels who may, for whatever reason, feel they would benefit from an all-female class environment in which to learn and play! It’s a safe place to come and be bold and fearless and meet other dynamic women from across the city.

The classes run once a month, and they are stand alone, so you can book one or come along every time. Each workshop is taught by a different teacher and focuses on a specific area of improvisation, and we have some exciting people lined up over the coming months!

 

This month’s workshop is with Liz Peters, and takes place on Sunday 15 July, 2-5 pm!

Liz Peters trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and is an award-nominated performer. She has improvised worldwide in numerous shows and is co Artistic Director of The Maydays, who have been running for over 14 years. She is the creator and host of Unplanned Cabaret, plays with The Bumper Blyton Adventure and The Concept, and is a British limb of Ohana: The European Improvisers Project.

Liz is passionate about sharing improv and her teaching experience includes many years of courses, drop ins and corporates for all levels, from beginners to improv veterans. She has taught throughout Europe and runs residential improv retreats twice a year with The Maydays.

In 2015 she qualified as an Embodied Facilitator and is excited to be bringing that unique angle to her improv classes, helping people to feel more at ease and make an impact in the spotlight.

£20, Sunday 19th August, 2-5pm. Class limited to 16 participants. Book below to guarantee a place.

Book for Sunday 15th July

Please note that the Nursery cannot refund tickets after purchase.
Please check the date and title of this event carefully as we are unable to issue any refunds except in case of cancellation.

 

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