Cardiff Impro

Delivering high quality training in improv comedy and theatre events. 

Location: Cardiff, Wales
Members: 49
Latest Activity: Sep 11, 2019

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Delivering high quality professional improv comedy training. 

Cardiff Impro runs weekly classes andcourses, as well as weekend intensives. 


For all walks of life, improv comedy will offer a development in confidence,communication and spontaneity.


Train like Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Will Ferrelland Brits such as Eddie Izzard, Paul Mertonand Phil Jupitus. 


Level 1: Fundamentals of Improv Comedy

Level 2: Efficiency in Scenework

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Comment by Johnny Farrell on February 17, 2015 at 3:28
What an outstanding organisation!
Comment by Nathan Keates on February 16, 2015 at 19:48

NEW Course: 8 weeks of improv comedy with Ludus Ludius Youth Improv. Book now on the website:

Comment by Nathan Keates on August 5, 2013 at 15:08
Bring young people and come to the improv comedy sessions:
Tuesday 14:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 14:00 - 16:00
Thursday 14:00 - 16:00
Friday 14:00 - 16:00 ... All @ Downstairs in Somewhereto_:Restore, 11 High Street, Cardiff, Wales CF10 1AW
These are youth-led workshops, free sessions on being off the cuff, improvising as an act of creation. 
Who are Ludus Ludius Youth?
Ludus Ludius Youth have improvised in many places, for example, Cardiff, Newport and London.

With the foresight of a potential National Tournament, we are excited to be one of a few youth improvisation groups in the UK.
Our past productions have been: TheSprout Xmas '10, ‘11, ’12, TheSprout Awards '11, Private show for Cathays Youth Group, The Annual London Make-A-Wish Theatresports Tournament, Various ‘My Words My Voice’
...And the Somewhereto_: restore

Comment by Nathan Keates on October 23, 2012 at 20:55

Now looking for performers that want to learn and perform a run of Musical Improv! No improvisation experience necessary, but singers/musical prowess would be good.

Initiating idea now, so no date is currently in mind. London gig is most likely.

Comment by Nathan Keates on January 5, 2012 at 21:07

On Sunday 22nd January 2012, wow, 2012... Ludus Ludius are holding a beginners improv comedy workshop. Using our 'Zorro of Improv' insights that combine using and trusting yourself and the people your with for the sketch-based improv day. So book via and come to Rummer Tavern at midday on the wintery Sunday. 

Comment by Nathan Keates on October 31, 2011 at 15:42

The stories we tell say more than perhaps we plan to let on. Find out what's going on in the heads of Rob Egginton and Nathan Keates as they weave an improvised story through one suggestion with interlinking narrative, highlighting themes, characters and relationships and all that jazz. With just two performers? How is that possible? Come along and find out!

Two teams, the blues vs the yellows - you vote on the winner!

Date: Sunday 6th November
Venue: Gwdihw
Time: 7pm
Cost: FREE

Comment by Nathan Keates on August 31, 2011 at 13:18

Weekend Workshop: Improv Comedy


Discover your confidence, play well with others and find out what changed Mike Myres life.


Saturday 17th September and Sunday 18th September 2011, midday till 6pm.


Book now online, (workshops).

See you soon.

Comment by Nathan Keates on August 24, 2011 at 20:56

If you read this then well done for being on the page and scrolling down. Sometimes our lives are so busy that returning to a page may skip the mind and leave you in your preoccupied state of being that allows you to roam around missing out on opportunities.

Quick look at what we are about to do: 'Harold Teams' is a year long training programme that will take people that are committed to improvisation with their passion and develop these players to be able to perform with the greats of the UK impro comedy circuit. Also, based on the situation that our next theatre production stands in, we may have many opportunities for a full scale improvised production needing dancers, clowns, teccies, costume, make-up, DSM, MD and basically everyone.

Comment by Nathan Keates on July 16, 2011 at 8:45

We have another weekend of merriment. do you feel rigid in your script? Do you need more confidence in improvising? Do you miss connecting to fellow workshoppers? (That's always a personal highlight on any workshop for me).

In a weekend workshop we shall cover the varies aspects of improvisation making it suitable for all; those that have improvised and those that haven't. Covering topics from Al Wunder, Andrew Morrish, Keith Johnstone and some from the infamous Nathan Keates (amongst others). By the end of the weekend all of you will have personally explored and developed in the art form of improvisation and can stroll through the wonders that are your journey to the unknown.

Saturday 6th August and Sunday 7th August, midday - 6pm @ Rummer Tavern.

time to Journey to the Unknown! Book via our webiste

Comment by Nathan Keates on May 28, 2011 at 17:04

We have a weekend improv comedy workshop available to all and you too.

In a weekend workshop we shall cover the basics of improvisation. Covering topics from Keith Johnstone, Viola Spolin, John Wright, Chris Johnston and some from the infamous Nathan Keates (amongst others). By the end of the weekend you should have a good understanding of the art form of improvisation and can stroll through the wonders that is your journey to the unknown.

Book with them or direct

Our homepage and goto Workshops tab for more info.


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