London AIN Event: Throwing Light on Spolin Games

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London AIN Event: Throwing Light on Spolin Games

Time: February 21, 2011 from 6:45pm to 9pm
Location: The Blue Fin (IPC Media) Building near London Bridge station
Street: 110 Southwark St
City/Town: London SE1 0SU
Phone: Call Tim Sturk at 07917851325
Event Type: ain, london, evening, event
Organized By: Paul Z Jackson (07973953586) / Tim Sturk
Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2011

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Event Description

RSVP with us by 18 February for this 21 February Event.

£7 at the door.  Please arrive at 645pm for a 7pm start.


In this session, Graham Bennett will share some Spolin Games.  Viola Spolin created "Improvisation for the Theatre" games originally designed to enable everyone to access their inherent ability to play.
The games were as equally effective and 'at home' in the classroom, playground and the theatre workshop. Therefore it is hardly surprising that some of her work has been used to create powerful applied experiences in business and social fields.  Others are waiting to have that application teased out.  In this session, Graham will be our guide in exploring applications.
No improvisation experience necessary.  Only an open mind and willingness to play.


We look forward to seeing you there!

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Comment by Maria Trevis on February 11, 2011 at 9:01am
Wish I could be there, alas I will be in Berlin. Have fun!

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