It’s often said that laughter is the best medicine, so Hoopla, the UK’s first improv theatre, will be aiming to inject comedy into the current crisis with some online improv classes.
Following the cancellation of their normal workshops and the delay to their annual improv festival, the company have created online drop-in sessions, bringing improvisation to your living room-turned-home-office.
Packed with 100s of improv games from their regular courses, as well as interactive scenes, the focus is on having fun and letting yourself go in this troubled time. Surviving lockdown through improv!
Hoopla was founded with the idea of bringing people together through improv and, at a time of social distancing, it’s more important than ever to maintain interaction and stay connected for your mental health. A real confidence-boosting experience, Hoopla aims to stretch your mind as well as your perspective.
Improv classes are one of the fastest growing hobbies sweeping the UK. Starting as a weekly workshop above a pub in Balham, Hoopla are now the UK’s biggest improv school and usually run multiple courses every night of the week in venues across Central London as well as regularly running corporate workshops to clients including Google, Facebook, and Accenture.
When: 25th March – 2nd May 2020, 7pm – 9pm
Where: Online using Zoom. All details to login to Zoom will be emailed to participants on the day of the workshop
£: Classes cost £10 and are suitable for 18 years +
More info: www.hooplaimpro.com