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June 20, 2013 from 6:30pm to 9pm – BaxterStorey - above the London Museum, enter at the Podium entrance
October 2, 2013 at 10am to October 5, 2013 at 6pm – Kalkscheune
London calling for applied impro events
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We have a fantastic new venue for this Saturday Dec 8. Please arrive ready to start at 3pm. We'll go 'til 9pm. Venue is Pleasance Islington. See AIN events for details and rsvp so we can get the right amount of festive supplies. The performance is early on in the festivities so see you at 3. This is going to be awesome! Bx
Thanks Jessica! Will check it out. How are the acoustics? Any others?
Oh no! A free and v comfortable place I've used for large group meetings (but not for messy improv ones) is 5th View, 5th Floor Watersones, Picadilly. Looks like it's had a facelift recently but they never used to charge and it was always empty, might be worth a try? http://www.5thview.co.uk/events/
Help! Just been told that our venue for Saturday Dec 8, 3pm - 9pm isn't available. Does anyone have/know of a venue we could shift to in central London?
Hopefully you're successful in mobilizing your follow countrymen in the Improv ways. I'm organizing an event in January in the Netherlands about Playfulness that could be interesting for you, to connect outside the Improv-box!:)
On the 11th of January my organization de Baak (influential Leadership Institute in the Netherlands) organizes the international Beat The World - Let's Play Innovation festival. It combines all kind of Playful interventions like Applied Improv, Gamification, Rapid Prototyping, Imagination, etc. to develop Agents of Playful Change in 1 day. The day is all about doing and experimenting, and not about just listening to speakers... It's great to be able to influence this when you're organizing it yourself:)
I think it would be really interesting for British professionals with a Applied Improvisation background to place Improv in a wider (international) range of expertises with a simular mindset. I'm just back from a half year Boston, where I investigated this and there is so much possible! We work with partners like MIT Gamelab from Boston, Endemol (Big Brother), Utrecht High School of Arts (Design & Play), etc. that support this way of thinking.
Because I really want to help Improv to become more visible, and would like to have more British professionals at the festival to attend, I can offer a special rate for people who are interested. We think Playfulness is really important for the future of Europe. And less far away then San Francisco;)
Please let me know if you have any question / thoughts / remarks! Oh, and this trailer gives you the right feeling!
All the best,
Here's the posters and pix from the November session on taking improvisation into corporate settings...
Hello London folk
Two 2.5 hour impro drop-ins this Friday 9th November (Beginners & Advanced) - both at the City College, Old Street.
You find more info here.
Hello Lovely Brits, We're having a day & evening AIN event in London on Saturday December 8th. Tempted to do some Christmas shopping in London? Come join us on the 8th and work & play with your fellow AINers. Details are here. Please rsvp. Best wishes Belina
Suggestion for January 2013 topic: How can we translate Applied Improvisation online?
Suggestion for February 2013 topic: How do we explore, clarify and deepen what we mean by Applied Improvisation? How can we experiment more?
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