Maydays Improv Drop In

“A very relaxed and non-judgemental atmosphere which allowed everyone to learn from each other. Lots of fun!”

An afternoon or evening of improvisation fun! Working on the skills at the heart of improvisation, such as listening, making offers and committing to your choices, each week you will go a little further into improvisation, meeting new people and working with different teachers. Every class is stand alone, so you can come along to one, or be there every week!

The drop-in is a wide ability class, so everyone is welcome! It is ideal for people trying improvisation for the first time, or more experienced players who want to work on core skills. The atmosphere is accessible, fun and non-judgemental and you will find yourself doing things you never thought you could.

Each week you will become more confident and relaxed onstage, taking more risks and feeling more creative and liberated. You will learn the attitudes and ideas that make improvisation work. You will also find these things translating into your everyday life. You will be more confident with people, more creative in your work and better able to respond to stress.

Email us on or give us a call if you want to discuss this class.

“A great place to spend a fun Saturday afternoon with a great bunch of people and learn improv from some of the best teachers in the country.”

£15, Wednesday, 7-10pm and Saturday, 1-4pm. Class limited to 16 participants. Book below to guarantee a place and to accumulate loyalty stamps. Free class for every six booked online!

Wednesday 7-10pm

Saturday 1-4pm

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.

Comments 9


    I am interested in finding out more about improv workshops – can anyone do it even with no experience? Even if we are clueless !!

    Is there a complete beginners session to give us an idea and get us started ?

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  2. Liz Mittler


    I have had improv experience but am looking to strengthen my skills and become part of the improv community , which is the best class for me? Thank you so much, Liz:)

  3. Jack

    Hi, I see you’ve said your Saturday classes are suitable for beginners, but does this mean the Wednesday sessions are more suitable for more experienced people? I’ve never done improv before and am considering coming in on a Wednesday drop in!

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  4. Elizabeth Jones

    Just wondering… on a Saturday can you arrive at 2pm even though the start time is 1pm? (And do you have space today? ☺)

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      The Nursery

      We encourage you to aim for the start time- students who are more than 10-15 minutes late may not be allowed to join. This is so that the group gets to warm up together, and everyone in the class gets to know and feel comfortable with each other. If you’re hoping for a drop in spot, we’d recommend arriving 10-15 minutes before the class (1pm)!

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