Our online improv club is the perfect place for young aged folk 7-14 to laugh, let loose, build confidence and meet friends all over the world.
This club allows young people to make up their own hilarious stories and scenes, with fun improv games that let the imagination run wild – and all this from your own living room!
Improv helps improve confidence, creativity, social skills, communication, and is a fantastic way to stay active and have some fun with other people the same age (though we are sure you are hilarious too).
Who are the teachers?
Our Improv Club teachers are some of the top improvisers around who have been performing and teaching for many years around the UK and at international improv festivals.
The main teacher for our 7-10s is Victoria Hogg: An experienced improvisation teacher who has taught young people as an important part of her work for nearly a decade. She runs weekly improv clubs in various schools, including Dulwich Prep London. Vic also devises creative sessions that support curriculum learning, such as literacy and maths confidence, and has trained child actors in settings such as Disney’s Cub School for The Lion King.
The main teacher for our 11-14s is Francesca Reid: Francesca has worked creatively & therapeutically with the arts & young people for over 18 years. As a graduate of East 15 Acting school’s Acting with Community Theatre BA, she has run youth theatre sessions, holiday activities schemes & been the lead on longer term projects. These projects have been with S.E.N, Y.O.T’s/P.R.U & refugee groups to name but a few. She is a multidisciplinary artist using forms including improv, comedy, clowning & singing in her practice.
Our other Improv Club teachers are: Jennifer Jordan (The Maydays/Impromptu Shakespeare), Jenny Rowe , (The Maydays/Impromptu Shakespeare) and Lucy Fennell (Impromptu Shakespeare).