Thinking of joining our next Stand-Up Comedy course? Always wanted to try your hand at Stand-Up but not sure if taking a course is right for you? Read on to find more about our classes…
There’s No Wrong Reason To Take Stand-Up Classes
Maybe you’ve always wanted to try your hand at Stand-Up but you’re not sure how to get started. Maybe your friends think you’re hilarious but you’re not sure how to structure your material. Perhaps you want to hone and tighten your comedic writing. You might already have a few gigs under your belt and you want get feedback on your material, and focus on crafting new jokes. Or, maybe you just want to build confidence in speaking in public. Whatever your reason for taking a Stand-Up class you’ll get regular feedback to help you find your voice. Classes are a safe and supportive environment to try out ideas, overcome jitters or just enjoy a couple of hours trying to make other people laugh.
There Are A Billion Different Ways To Be Funny
There is no one right way to perform stand-up as everyone has a different sense of humour and style of delivery. So why take a class? Classes are a great way to hone your material, work on the craft of joke telling and see what works. Whether you want to to be a quick-witted One-Liner comedian or develop a surreal character act, workshops are an environment to discover the kind of comedian you want to be.
Even People Who Are Naturally Funny Can Benefit From Workshops
You might be the funniest person your friends know but performing Stand-Up in front of strangers can be a very different experience. Even the naturally funny can benefit from a little direction, helping to shape gags to get maximum laughter from your routines, stories and jokes. They’re a great way to get regular feedback from professional stand-ups & peers and to try out new ideas in a supportive environment.
Learning Stand-Up Can Give You Fresh Perspectives
Successful Stand-Ups tell jokes and stories with clear points of view and the best try to find a new perspective on even the most banal of subjects. Performing Stand-Up encourages you to think outside the box and see things from a new perspective.
Stand-Up Is Not As Solitary As You Think
Stand-Ups are often told “oh, I could never do that. It’s too scary.” Of course, standing in front of a crowd with only a microphone and a few jokes can seem very scary. However, starting your stand-up career with another group of comics helps ensure you get the support you need to take your first steps onto stage.
Sign Up To Our Stand-Up Classes Today!
ComedySportz UK has been performing and teaching since 2001. Our workshops have featured in The Stage, Cosmo UK and The Guardian. If you’re thinking about starting stand-up classes with us we’re happy to answer any questions you have before signing up. You can sign up here.
All of our classes and workshop leaders are fully accredited by CSzWorldwide, one of the world’s largest comedy performance schools. So, when you take a class with us, you’re not just benefiting from our experience but the knowledge of over 30 ComedySportz teams worldwide!
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