+44 (0) 7973 953586 paul@impro.org.uk

Are you ready to unlock your creativity and unleash your imagination? Whether you’re a seasoned performer or a newcomer to the world of theatre, our Improv in 6 acts programme will be returning to Oxford and is the perfect way to explore the possibilities of improvisation.

Over six weekly evening sessions, you’ll learn the art of comedy improv through a series of fun and engaging exercises designed to build your skills and confidence. You’ll enjoy thinking on your feet, collaborating with others and bringing your unique perspective to every activity.


Every Monday evening from 17 June 2024 for 6 weeks, 7-9.30 pm


The Oak Room, The Old Schoolhouse, Hertford Street, Oxford, OX4 3AJ.

How much?

£180, includes all classes, refreshments and free tickets to improv shows!


In a concise and organized sequence topics include:

  • Character
  • Teamwork
  • Narrative
  • Status
  • Embracing uncertainty
  • Spotting success
  • Short turn-taking
  • Inhabiting the moment
  • Confidence in your own voice and body language.

The course is designed and taught by Paul Z Jackson, director of the Awkward Actors shows.

It’s suitable for all levels of experience, actors and non-actors. Beginners especially welcome.

The course isn’t just for actors – it’s for anyone looking to develop their communication skills – whether or not you want to take these skills onto the stage. Improvisation appeals to business professionals keen to improve their public speaking, teachers hoping to engage students more meaningfully, and anyone who wants to have purposeful fun while meeting new people.

Sign up today and join us on a journey of discovery and laughter. You’ll be amazed at what you can achieve when you let go of perfectionism and embrace the power of improv!




Thinking of gifting someone you love the gift of improv? Look no further than our new gift vouchers, available to purchase from gemma@impro.org.uk


Graduate testimonials:


“It really gets me in the moment – Rob B”

“I’m enjoying letting go of the need to succeed – Ed S”