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About the Event
This is an up on your feet, practical improv workshop for people who: • Love improv • Want to build on their existing skills • Want to be an improviser who plays with awareness
It's about replacing self-consciousness with self-awareness.
In this workshop you will: • Brush up on your core improv skills • Work on playing and connecting as a group in a way that works for you • Strengthen your skills to be an inclusive player • Gather tips which can help turn situations such as not being heard or being blocked into positive things: speaking up and sharing the space comfortably and confidently
In turn you will: • Meet new people • Gain new skills • Laugh • Learn • Grow
Monica Gaga is a British-born, London based black African queer improviser, facilitator, host and scripted actor and performer. She trained in Community Theatre at East 15 Acting School, and her boundless love for improv stems from time spent at Second City in Chicago.
When she is not performing, hosting or teaching, Monica is championing diversity in improv and trying to get as many people involved as possible.
As seen and heard on BBC3, London Live, BBC History and BBC Radio London. www.monicagaga.com
'Monica brings a genuinely infectious enthusiasm to the stage' View from the Cheap Seat
This workshop has limited places. Participants must have completed a LV1 Improv course. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if unsure of suitability.