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Christmas, as we all know, is a time for love and children's laughter and piles of presents and, above all, for board games. After the turkey has been unwrapped and the presents carved, out comes a neglected cardboard box and then you try, peering into an ancient, badly-written rulebook, to...

Dear Improv Santa,It’s me, Jules. I know I haven’t written to you in a few decades, but in the absence of any viable authority figure in the normal order of things, I have come back now, at the age of almost forty. I know you are busy, so I'll keep...

Sylvia Bishop is a former Oxford Imp, current member of Impromptu Shakespeare and one half of the Peablossom Cabaret. She is also the author of The Bookshop girl, Erica's Elephant and several other children's books. In this podcast, she talks about how the two things relate to each other, and...

At the Nursery, we believe that creative collaboration is a natural, human activity. It is both productive and fun, and always has been. But why is it so important in the current market? What makes improv an essential skill in the 2020’s? Here are five reasons why taking improv training...

Liz is an Artistic Director of the Maydays with twenty years of performance experience. She is a certified embodiment facilitator, leadership and agility trainer, as well as being and improviser, teacher and coach. In this podcast she talks about what brought her to embodiment, what is means and how...

What are the rules of improv? In the end, there aren’t really any. As long as everyone watching and playing is having a good time, you can do whatever you like, however you like. It is improv, after all. But when you go to your first improv class your teacher might...

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