The Bradford Improv Theatre.

We have a Tuesday drop in. Every Tuesday on Zoom a happy bunch of fools get together and play games. We’ll stick the Eventbrite booking widget below.

(Stone me this page needs a facelift. We were going to get some group photos to put on it but then a plague hit. Excuses excuses I know, but still, look at it. Stark.)

Improv. Creating stuff in the moment, often in a team. Some people do it for laughs. You don’t have to, it doesn’t have to be funny. It is fun though. It is enormous fun. And it is sociable.

Improv works the imagination. Improv takes the problem solving, solution finding, consensus finding bits of your brain for a light jog and a bit of a workout, and most people report feeling energised and more creative after a session; more able to empathise and to come up with ideas.

Without wanting to bury people in jargon we’re going to try to present the cases for improv here, but there is one that we’re going to stress time and again:

It is a laugh. It is a brilliant, energising, engaging, liberating, laugh.