Saturday Mar 7, from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm.
At Exchange Theatre, 46 Oxford Dr, London SE1 2FB (map) .
12 participants max.
Fee for 2 hours when booked online: £12.50 - Pay at the door (cash only): £15
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If you don't enjoy your first class with us, contact us within 24 hours to get a full and unconditional refund. We also offer a partial refund if you book a cycle of classes, enjoy the first one but feel it's not for you. In which case, contact us within 24 hours, and we will only charge you for a taster, refunding the rest of your booking fee.
Please give us notice at least 30 days before the start of your course, by email, stating your name, contact details and your course's reference. We will refund cancellations in full to the account initially charged, or transfer the booking onto another course of your choosing, at no extra cost. If you give us notice between 30 and 15 days before the start of your course, we will apply a £15 cancellations or rescheduling fee. No refund or rescheduling will be considered after this time limit or if you don't show up.
Should any unforeseeable event force us to cancel a class or a series of classes, you will be offered the choice between an alternative class or a full refund. No refund or alternative will be available if a course is disrupted by an Act Of God.
Send a cheque payable to "imprology, 87 Cavendish Road, London N4 1RR, UK" along with the name, telephone and email contact of the workshop's participant(s). Make sure that your cheque reaches us before the start of the class you want to book. The booking fee is indicated on the booking page of each course. We will confirm your booking upon receipt by email.
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If you can't afford to pay the listed price because it would genuinely deprive you of the indispensable, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
- The course references: G201158we Drop-in Saturday, on Mar 7 from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm.
- The amount of money you can afford to pay for this course;
- You are also welcome to include other, non-monetary ways to contribute.
We've set aside four open places for this programme. We will let you know if space is still available and if so, email you a tailored booking form. We will answer positively to your request whenever possible. If we don't answer positively, it will be because the four places are gone or we considered your proposed contribution unsustainable as we receive no other funding that what people pay for our classes.
It is not possible at this early stage to publish guidelines on what the minimum contribution should amount to, so please feel free to state your case and don't feel bad if it's not accepted. You can try as many time as you like. Please note that this programme is available for this course but might not be for other courses.
If you have more than you need and would like to contribute to this scheme please consider making a donation. All the money received this way will go towards improving access and affordability to our courses.
Dramatic Improvisation is a precise set of disciplines setting the actor free to create drama in the heat of the moment.
This workshop will introduce participants to a range of improvising techniques including:
- Movement In Improvisation And Drama;
- Breathing, Presence And Energy;
- Partner Work;
- Silent Work;
- Use Of Space;
- Use Of Location And Environment;
- Dramatic Structure;
- Stock And Archetypal;
- Rhythm And Tempo;
- Stage Business;
- Editing For Improvisors.
Andy St John has worked with dramatic Improvisation for twenty five years in theatrical, educational and community establishments.
He was artistic director of Tellers Theatre, associate director of Empty Space Theatre Company, a regular performer and teacher with Fluxx and artistic director of Melting Pot. He is currently director of Three Worlds.
He has taught dramatic improvisation and acting at Goldsmiths University, the Academy Drama School, for Cardboard Citizens Theatre Company, at the New York Film Academy, at the Actors Centre and at Stoke on Trent University.
He has taught and performed in prisons and youth clubs, in psychiatric day centres and hospitals and in community venues across the country.