There are just a few spaces left on our Foundation in Improv Workshops commencing 16th February! Don’t miss this chance to learn from Manchester’s longest running comedy improv classes and sign up today.
Whether you’re a budding performer or a professional hoping to learn new communication and listening skills or someone who just wants to have a bit of fun for a couple of hours on a Saturday, our workshops have something to suit everyone!
Build confidence, learn the core skills and tenets of Improvised performance and meet new people in a safe and supportive environment. Workshops are fun, friendly and above all, affordable with no stage experience necessary!
Our workshops have featured The Guardian Online, The Stage, Cosmopolitan UK and Manchester Confidential. Our courses and workshops leaders are fully accredited by CSz Worldwide, one of the world’s largest comedy improvisation schools.
Visit our workshops page today to reserve your space. You can pay in full now or pay a non-refundable £30 deposit and pay the rest later!
During the 8 week course you will learn key skills including:
Intro to Scenes
Intro to Games
Taking Improv Workshops with ComedySportz can be beneficial in many ways:
Improvisation is a great skill in auditions and rehearsal
Build confidence in performing off-script
Develop listening and communication skills for networking and teamwork
Discover a positive, open attitude to communication
Find your unique comedic voice
Focus on being “in the moment” and seizing opportunities
Rediscover your playful side
Meet new people
Already have some experience in improvisation? There are a few spaces left on our Intermediate Improv course. This is open to anyone who has recently taken our 8 week Foundation in Improv workshops or an equivalent course/experience. It’s best to be honest with yourself and your skill level as the intermediate course assumes a level of pre-existing knowledge/experience. Sessions cover everything from deeper character creation to improvised rap on a rolling curriculum. If you feel you may benefit from a refresher it is advised to try our Foundation in Improv workshops first. If you have any queries about our courses please don’t hesitate to get in touch today!
Fun loving Improv troupe seeks audience with GSOH of humour and long walks in the park this month… If that sounds like you then we’ve got lots going on this month to keep you and your family entertained during the half-term break!
We’re back at Waterside Arts 16th February with ComedySportz 4 Tots and our ComedySportz Valentine’s Special!
ComedySportz 4 Tots is our show for ages 6 and under with plenty of BIG laughs for little kids. There will be plenty of opportunities for kids and adults alike to get involved with all the silly songs, stories and games.
Then love will be in the air as our teams battle it out for your affections in our Valentine’s Special show with plenty of themed games! Who wins? You decide!
If that wasn’t enough for you then we’re back at Ramsbottom Civic Hall (16th February) and The Way Theatre, Atherton (23rd February) for more all action, all improvised competitive comedy. We’re delighted to be back at these exciting new venues – book your tickets now!
Think you might want to try your hand at Improv or looking for an alternative valentine’s day gift for your special someone – or even as a couple)? There are only a few spaces left on our next 8 week batch of workshops in Improvisation and Stand Up. Visit our workshops page or drop us an email to enquire about booking a space on one of our workshops as a gift.
Earlier than usual we start our next batch of 8 week courses.
Courses in Stand Up and Improv taught by professional stand ups and improvisers!
16 years in the business so far, we train privately, we work with businesses and schools and we also fully staff the Improv and Stand Up sections of the University of Salford’s BA in Comedy Writing and Performance.
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CSzUK have just completed an excellent project with New Mills School in Derbyshire.
In 9 weeks a number of students worked on how to devise and write comedy sketches. We looked at Improvisation and Writing Techniques which culminated in a number of completed sketches written by the students.
Their English teacher, Mr Hill, had this to say: “You have been amazing with them and I feel that they have all benefited in some way, shape or form from the work you have done. They have said many positive things about the sessions which is great.”
It’s been a very rewarding project headed up by Kate Mccabe, Sean Mason and Brainne Edge, with assistance from Rob Hudson, Chris Tavner and John Cooper. It was extremely exciting to see students who rarely put pen to paper really take on this challenge.
We are told the students now plan to perform some of the sketches they wrote at some point. The best of luck to them, there is some very funny stuff in there (and a LOT of puns! 😉 )
Get in touch to see how CSzUK’s workshops can benefit your pupils (and staff) as we provide many bespoke workshops to fit many different funding criteria.