Date: Saturday 9th June 2018.
Time: 11:30am -
Teacher: Oliver Senton.
Venue: Theatre Delicatessen, 1st Floor, 2 Finsbury Avenue (off Whitecross Place), London, EC2M 2PP.
Tube: Liverpool Street, Moorgate or Bank.
Oliver is a founder member of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical and literary improvisers The School of Night. He runs the impro modules at Drama Studio London and is coming to Hoopla for a one day workshop.
As improvisation becomes more and more a part of the theatre world (and vice-
This workshop is for people with previous improv experience, and also performing improvisers.
We'll be looking at listening in depth. Listening is not something you do once in a beginners course and then move on, there's a whole endless world in the here and now on stage so we’ll be listening on an advanced level. Theatre doesn't happen 10 seconds ago so we'll be playing with being totally in the present moment and show how deep we can truly listen on stage.
We’ll also be looking at staging to make improv scenes that look and feel as good as the best rehearsed theatre.
This is part of a series of Saturday workshops where Hoopla are bringing in the best performers in the country to help the improv scene learn from them and grow in new exciting directions.
The best bits of impro, combined with the best bits of acting, from one of the most experienced improvisers in the country.
Please note this workshop is only for people with previous improv experience. If you haven’t done any improv or acting before it’s best to start with our Beginners Improv Course first.
Q: Who is this suitable for?
A: People with previous improv or acting experience, and performing improvisers. If you haven’t got previous improv experience it is best to start with our Beginners Improv Course first.
Q: What’s the class size?
A: Strictly limited to 14 people.
Q: Will you be doing it again?
A: At the moment this is a one-
Q: Is there a lunch break?
A: Yes there’s a short lunch break around 1:45pm.
Q: What follow up classes are there?
Oliver Senton is a founder member of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical and literary improvisers The School of Night.
He has been a regular participant in Improvathons in London, Liverpool, Cork and Edmonton, Alberta.
He runs the 1-
As an actor he has worked with the RSC and Chichester, in Mamma Mia! and Peter Pan Goes Wrong in the West End, at Southwark Playhouse, BAC, the Finborough and extensively on screen and radio.
He trained at The National Youth Theatre, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and with Ken Campbell.