Date: Tuesday 16th January 2018.
Time: 7pm -
Venue: Theatre Delicatessen Studios, 1st Floor, 2 Finsbury Avenue (off Whitecross Place), London, EC2M 2PP.
Tube: Liverpool Street, Moorgate or Bank.
Teacher: Kaila Mullady.
Learn to beatbox!!! No previous experience required!
Stop spitting all over the microphone and start making jaws drop with your human drum machine skills.
Taught by World Beatboxing Champ Kaila Mullady, this workshop will take you through the fundamentals of beatboxing technique, and how to apply those techniques to your own ideas.
No previous experience or knowledge of beatboxing needed.
Q: Who is this suitable for?
A: Anybody who wants to try beatboxing. You don’t need any previous experience of beatboxing or improv.
Q: Do I need any musical improv experience?
A: No. No previous musical improv experience is needed for this workshop.
Q: Do I need any hip hop or rap experience?
A: No. No previous hip hop or rap experience is needed for this workshop.
Q: Do I need to know any hip hop?
A: No. Even if you’ve never listed to any rap or hip hop in your life you can still do this workshop.
Q: How big is the class size?
A: Maximum of 16 people, we find this works as it’s big enough to create a fun atmosphere but small enough that you get lots of time to play with each exercises.
Q: Will you be doing it again?
A: This is probably a one-
Kaila Mullady is a New York based performer – The 2015 World Beatbox Champion, the 2014 American Vice Beatbox Champion, 3x Loop Station Champion and 3x reigning Beatrhyme Champion. Kaila performs all over the world infusing beatboxing, singing, rapping, poetry and theater to push the boundaries of creativity and show what the human instrument is capable of.
"This is more than a class, it's an access pass to parts of your brain you need to explore. If you love improv, hip hop, comedy, or you just want to have a blast while learning to elevate your rap game in a safe space, then take this class. You will be challenged. You will grow. And you will laugh. A lot."
"The environment is crazy supportive. The class, without a doubt, made me a better freestyler and a better improvisor. Two for one! I can't recommend this class enough if you're a person who likes having a good time and becoming awesome. You like having a good time and becoming awesome, right? Take this class."
"it was my favorite class I've ever taken. I've truly never had more fun or felt more free in an improv class. From learning a little hip hop history, to some simple freestyle, to more complex rhyme schemes, and even some beatboxing, it was all-
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“North Coast is unbelievable... Spectacular! I loved it.” DICKIE SMOTHERS. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
“North Coast’s new musical show simultaneously makes you marvel at the genius of North Coast, and question the work ethic of actual Broadway composers who swear they’re not turning in the first draft.” MIKE PESCA, The Slate, NPR
Best of the Fest at Vancouver International Improv Fest.
The New York Times Critic’s Pick.
Top 10 Comedy Shows of 2014 and Critic’s Pick -
"A lot of shows proclaim, 'You've never seen anything quite like it.' In North Coast's case, that is actually true.
"I love North Coast, not only for their superior rhyme skills, but also their ridiculous senses of humor. They put on the type of show that you always remember seeing for the first time. And they're so good that you'll want to bring others to see them, making you look cool in the process." Keith Huang, Former Artistic Director of The People's Improv Theater (NYC),
"North Coast is consistently fun, delightful and surprising. They make improv and freestyle rapping look easy and effortless. For that, I am really jealous. Thanks, North Coast!" Megan Gray, Artistic Director of the Magnet Theater (NYC).
One of the most fulfilling parts of Kaila's career has been teaching workshops for the past five years promoting reading, writing and finding your own soul music.
Her work using beatboxing as a tool for speech therapy led to a partnership with New York University where a class was designed specifically to build tools in the classroom for blind students based off of her curriculum. Giving back to communities is an integral part of Kaila’s creative process which motivated her to take over producing the American Beatbox Championships in 2016 which is the largest platform for Beatboxers in North America.