Women's Workshop with Monica Gaga
Flow is a practical workshop designed to empower you to level up your improv so you Feel it, love it, own it and work it. During the three hours you will
Flow is a practical workshop designed to empower you to level up your improv so you Feel it, love it, own it and work it.
During the three hours you will look at: preparing, what you can do to put yourself in the mind/physical space for improv; checking in with yourself, to ensure throughout all is good with you; utilising blocks (you’re in charge with what happens next), no mistakes just lessons, no blocks just gifts; and self-censorship, allowing you to do your type of improv without harming or holding back.
At the root of it improv is supposed to be fun (fun is of course defined differently for everyone) and this workshop will help you find the fun through it all. So you can feel it, love it, own it and work it.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Nursery Training Centre
6th floor Capital House, 42 Weston Street
Monica is a British-born Black African queer improviser, host and facilitator. Trained at East 15 Acting School and Second City.
When she is not hosting, teaching or performing Monica is championing diversity in improv and trying to get as many people involved as possible.
She is part of the team who run ‘Duck Duck Goose’, a free weekly improv jam in Brixton; The Hoopla Players, Do The Right Scene (formerly Nu Z Land), Derek’s MoJo and Slice of Society. As a facilitator and improviser she teaches and performs across the UK and Ireland.