Richard Vranch

Improvisation Workshop

with Richard Vranch

Friday 13 June, 10 - 6pm, London (venue tbc).
Deadline: Tuesday 27 May
[If you are interested and the deadline has passed, please email Felicity on who will be able to let you know if any places are still available.]

Improvisation is widely used to devise material and develop characters, and for group auditions. Improvised performances are now more popular than ever. This day of teamwork, fun and games is suitable for anyone who wants to jump away from the script and see where it takes them. It will be a compact introduction for those who don't have much experience of impro, and a valuable workout for those who do. Working together as a team, you will use the techniques of improvisation to make stories and scenes out of nothing but each other.
Just bring clothes you can move about in, and an open mind.

Richard Vranch works as an improviser, actor, writer and comedian. He has improvised at the London Comedy Store every week since 1986, as well as annual visits to Shakespeare's Globe and Regent's Park Open Air theatre. Richard has toured the world in Stephen Frost's Impro Allstars in Paul Merton's Impro Chums. He has given workshops to a wide range of groups including actors, corporate / health sector professionals, and medical journalists. He has a comedy/science hula-hoop act called Dr Hula and he has presented science programmes on TV. He co-devised Tamasha's Ryman and the Sheikh with Sudha, Kristine and the cast. He was the bloke doing the music on the British TV series "Whose Line is it Anyway?"

This is open to artists from all cultural backgrounds.

Workshop fee: The fee is £50 (inc VAT) for the full day.
Payment must be received in advance, upon confirmation that you have been allocated a place. In order to continue to run our workshops, we need a minimum number of participants to cover the room hire and workshop leader's fee, so please also note that if you cancel your place on or after 27th May 2014, then we will be unable to refund the fee.

How to apply: 
Deadline for submissions is: midday, Tuesday 27th May 2014
No formal qualifications are necessary to apply, ideally applicants should demonstrate a desire to pursue a career in performance (theatre or comedy). Applications should include:
1) A statement of interest (max. 500 words), which should cover: what is your particular interest in this masterclass?
2) Your current CV if you have one, including any relevant experience.
3) A completed Data Form which you can download here>

Please email Felicity on with your application with 'Richard Vranch' in the subject line, and call the office on 0207 749 0090 if you have any questions.