There is more to improv than being funny. The same exercises that we use as improvisers and comedians can also be applied to the workplace and businesses, driving collaboration and innovation by creating teams that can work and communicate more effectively. These fun, entertaining workshops can reduce barriers and increase participation by your team members.




















I offer a range of improvisation workshops which can be tailored to suit your business' needs.


I also offer ice-breaker sessions which serve as a great opening to your events and meetings. Pricing will depend on the number of participants and the length of the workshop. For further information, feel free to contact me.




Don’t just believe me! Here's what people are saying around the world about the value of improv in the corporate setting;


Forbes: Why improv training is great business training.


Entrepreneur: How improv comedy can seriously grow your business.


Bloomberg: How to run your company like an improv group by twitter CEO Dick Costolo.


Bloomberg: Why improv training is making management throw away the script. Companies use improv to boost creativity






What do you need at the venue?

The workshop requires a cleared space with chairs. The room should be big enough for the group to walk around freely.  

What is the maximum number of participants?

Traditional classes are limited to 16 students in order to maximise student stage time. However, I do offer larger conference style warm-ups for large groups. Please contact me to arrange a workshop for a conference. 


How long do sessions run?

Classes typically run for two hours but can be tailored to your needs: from a short hour-long session to a full day.


What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing.

A group of people play an improv game. Four players are in the centre of the room striking poses, and the other people are watching and laughing with the players.