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Day: Every Monday from Monday 20th March, please see below for listings.

Time: 7pm - 9:25pm.

Cost: £16

Location: St. Hugh's Hall, Crosby Row, London Bridge, SE1 3PT.

Directions: On the corner of Crosby Row and Porlock Street, near our show venue The Miller.

Tube: London Bridge.

Ages: 18+

Please note these workshops are pre-bookable only now, so that we can keep class sizes smaller,  there will be no spaces available on the night so please book in advance below.


Fringe Guru Remote Goat 1080 Magazine Edinburgh Guide

“If improvisation floats your boat you should head to Hoopla. There’s fewer better ways to see what spur-of-the-moment comedy London has to offer.”

The Londonist

“Great improv workshop with @hooplaimpro couldn't stop smiling from beginning until end!”


“Thank you for an awesome session this eve. Haven't laughed this much on a Monday eve for years :-)” @SarasmithsVO

“Have I mentioned that I’m Learning Improv with @hooplaimpro and it is the best thing ever? Because I am and it is.”


"The workshop was just so much fun with an amazing teacher."

Joëlle Sarrailh

“My imagination has been given a serious workout this weekend with the @hooplaimpro course.”


“The workshop is supportive and collaborative and neatly strips out the expectation and nerves that result from comedic preparation.”

The Evening Standard

The supportive atmosphere ensures that even complete beginners will have the confidence to grow their skills.”

Time Out

“This introduction to improvisation will teach the skills you'll need to master scenes, stories and sketches in a relaxed environment.

“Thanks for the workshop. All the feedback has been extremely positive! The team loved it!”

PR Manager, Comedy Central

Reviews and Testimonials:

Monday Evening Improv Classes

A flexible weekly improv workout for people with previous improv or acting experience. You can come along whenever it suits you, be that every week or just once in a while, whenever you're free and want to do some improv.

We create a safe, fun, friendly and supportive environment where improvisers are free to play and be themselves.

Each session will start with some fun warm ups and core skills like Listening & Yes And before focussing on the week's main theme. In the second half there will be a mix of fun performance games, scenes, stories and formats.

Most of all the focus will be on improvising in a fun and carefree way, getting lots of practice in, and having a laugh with improv.

This workshop is suitable for people who've done a beginners workshop with us, or have done a bit of improv or acting before and want to keep practicing on a regular basis in a flexible way.

If you haven't done any improv or acting before it's best to start with our beginners improv class or beginners improv course first.

If you want to do a more thorough improv course take a look at our longer improv courses and also our longer weekend improv classes.

Meisner Technique For improv

Exercises from The Meisner Technique simplified and applied to improv. Repetitions, repetitions, repetitions. Emotional calls. Living truthfully under imaginary circumstances.

Teacher: Steve Roe.


Mon 27th Mar 2017: Meisner Technique for Improv


Mon 3rd April 2017: Scenes

Lots of practice at improvising scenes, scenes and more scenes. Three line scenes. Who, what where. A fun and simple way of looking at game of the scene, and then some fun scene based performance games to end.

Teacher: Steve Roe.



Mon 10th April 2017: Character

Fun ways to create spontaneous characters. Playing with voice, movement, emotions and genres to create characters on the spot. Staes of tension. Using your own life experiences and feelings to find quick characters.

Teacher: Steve Roe.


Easter holiday

Mon 17th April 2017: Easter

There’s no workshop on Monday 17th April due to the Easter Bank Holiday.

Mon 24th April 2017: Clowning for Impro

Clowning exercises and games applied to improv. Finding whats funny and following the laugh. Playing the flop. Clowning about.

Teacher: Steve Roe.


Clowning For improBank holiday

Mon 1st May 2017: Bank Holiday

There’s no workshop on Monday 1st May due to the May Bank Holiday.

Back to Basics

Covering loads of essential improv skills like Listening, Yes And, Commitment, Character and Scenes. Light hearted and fun to help you get back into improvising, improvising for the first time, or to get back to basics.

Teacher: Steve Roe.


Mon 8th May 2017: Back to Basics