Comedy and Clowning

Comedy and Clowning

August 2018
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This workshop is packed full of improvisation games and techniques, basic clown and physical comedy alongside devising and storytelling.

During this fun-filled week, where mistakes are an absolute must, Mark Curtis will guide you through a series of games and exercises; exploring improvisation, game play and slapstick skills, to discover your silly self. Be prepared to work hard, play hard and laugh hard whilst making new friends.

There will be an informal sharing at the end of the week, for family and friends.

Book Tickets

Age guideline: 11 to 16

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