Monkey Toast's Level One classes are a great way to learn everything you need so you can hit the ground running with improv.
Our Level One class is an accessible introduction to improvisation that will take you through the most basic elements of spontaneity to full blown, multi-character scene work in the space of eight classes.
You'll learn how to properly "Yes And" ideas, you'll create games within scenes and then explore them with your classmates, you'll learn stagecraft, active listening and many, many more skills that can be used for comedy, creativity or even around the office and our classes are ridiculously fun.
Plus you'll come out of the classes more confident, more creative and with a whole class-full of new friends (which while we can't promise that'll happen, it always does).
There is no prerequisite skill level for this class.
What? Monkey Toast Level 1 Improv Class
When? Monday 19th March - Monday 21st May: 6.30pm - 9.30pm. (Note, there is no class on April 2nd)
Where? The West London Synagogue, 33 Seymour Place, W1H 5AU London- nearest tube, Marble Arch
How? Simply book here to obtain the place in the class - which is limited to 12 places.
Who? Your instructor is Paul Foxcroft, Monkey Toast's Artistic Director.
That's it! Unless you're a member of Spotlight, in which case you can send us your Spotlight number for a secret code to give you 10% off your first class!
If you are under the age of 18 at the beginning of term, we will need either written or verbal permission from a parent or guardian for you to enrol in the class, please contact us directly before you book.
Tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. However, if you drop out of the class before it starts and if we are able to fill your spot, you will receive a full refund (minus an admin fee and any fees changed by Billetto).
Monkey Toast is committed to being a safe space for all of our students to learn and to express themselves. To that end, we reserve the right to remove any person who jeopardises the safe environment that we have created within our classes or our performances.