Cardiff Impro

Delivering high quality training in improv comedy and theatre events. 

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

About Us

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 Nathan Keates on October 18, 2009 at 19:16
Whose up for participating in monthly performances? We are open for two players, one musician and a technician to hold an improvised format together for an awaiting audience.
Comment by Nathan Keates on October 15, 2009 at 6:32
Free Workshops to those that commit to LL productions.
Saturday 11am and Sunday 6pm - 9pm. This Sat&Sun, 17th/18th.
Comment by Nathan Keates on August 13, 2009 at 22:42
25th Aug-29th Sept are some dates to ponder on. no confirms, so no details given.
Comment by Nathan Keates on August 13, 2009 at 22:36
There is always use of actors coming up.

It would be useful to get committed players, ie, have a settled knowledge that whose playing will be an improviser for the performance. FREE training for those that commit.

We do need committed musicians and teccies too.
Comment by Sarah-Jane Broderick on August 3, 2009 at 15:40
Got any use for some actors coming up?
Comment by Nathan Keates on July 25, 2009 at 16:09
'Playtime With Us' review
They were amazing... It was gob-smacking... and utter filth.

Ok, I'll explain. We got there and they were all in the sun, thus the Main Stage of the Fair Play festival where we took to the stage at 3.15pm to perform 'Playtime with Us' was on dirt and gravel. We often were on the floor on the dusty ground that became our oxygen.

Having now played out the new version of this format we are now certain what we need to do for Brighton Fringe next year. Thats the next stop for this production.

With Bristol Zoo and urination issues to wanting cake and dying from the sun's heat in the Sahara. We sang and improvised our way through the games to then encapsulate the whole thing straight after with Ludus Ludius' focal point of playfulness.

Whether it was amazing and gob-smaking i don't know, as it would be a biost opinion. But it was utter filth though.

Thank you Edith and I guess me too to cover the team. Two players risking it all to find their true playfulness.
Comment by Nathan Keates on June 28, 2009 at 12:02
we are looking for sceneographers and musicians for our Flurry of Florence long form show at Chapter Arts centre.

Anyone able to help out?

All it entails is being creative with set and placing whatever is available for each scene in order to make our performance flow well. This is a vital role, as it has to be an obvious following scene and if the set isn't suggesting such we have a difficult job creating the story.
Musicians are also vital for a different reason, they support what happens onstage and lead to what might happen. Also make songs happen and support songs.

Chapter Arts centre, Y Llofft 31st July and 1st August, 8pm.

Thank you and pass on this request to whom you see fit.
Comment by Nathan Keates on June 23, 2009 at 14:24
Get in touch if you want to take part, train or both. We do workshops, productions, street jams, applied improv and more.

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