Running Tips

This blog is usually about improv but with yet another lockdown started it looks like more and more people are taking up running as a way to stay healthy. I thought I’d share some running tips that I built up, some of which came from playing like an improviser when running. These tips aren’t going[…]

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Classes This is going out to everyone who has a real-life course booking with us for this year. Unfortunately it doesn’t look likely that London will be back in Tier 2 over January or February so we have had to postpone all courses due to start in January and February until the Spring. Courses due[…]

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Well that didn’t go as planned. Obviously there have been lots of horrible things about the year. People have been ill, lost loved ones, lost jobs, had their businesses closed down and more. When we started the year we weren’t expected to actually be closed down for so much of it. But in this blog[…]

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Hoopla have been running improv classes online this year and their next improv courses start in early January. Hoopla’s classes are fun & friendly and a great way to have some fun and meet new people. We help make improv open and accessible to everyone, with a playful and supportive environment. Here’s a collection of[…]

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Classes Any real-life classes (with one exception who we are emailing separately) that were due to run on Monday 2nd, Tuesday 3rd or Wednesday 4th November we will still be doing these in-real-life at the normal venues at the normal time. For any real-life classes happening from this Thursday 5th November up until this Christmas[…]

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Here’s a handy guide for our front of house team about safety measures and legal requirements in place during physically-distanced times. We’ve made this post public so other improvisers and groups can also use it if they find it helpful. This guide is based on the following: >> Hoopla’s Full Risk Assessment >> Department of[…]

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Here’s a handy guide for Hoopla performers about safety measures and legal requirements in place during physically-distanced times. We’ve made this post public so other improvisers and groups can also use it if they find it helpful. This guide is based on the following: >> Hoopla’s Full Risk Assessment >> Department of Digital, Culture, Media[…]

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Here’s a handy guide for Hoopla teachers about safety checks and teaching tips during physically-distanced times. We’ve made this post public so other improvisers and groups can also use it if they find it helpful. This guide is based on the following: >> Hoopla’s Full Risk Assessment >> Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport’s[…]

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Hoopla’s purpose is to bring the joy of improv to everyone. We aim to make improv fun, friendly, sociable, open and accessible to all. We’re aiming to not only keep improv fun while social distancing is still in place, but to make it MORE FUN than it ever was before! We’re improvisers, we can adapt,[…]

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