Led by: Neil Mullarkey
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Who should attend:
This workshop is for bright and ambitious people. It offers teams and individuals the chance to step outside conventional thinking, to engage in the risky world of improvisational theatre and discover new possibilities.
1 Day course
Minimum 20, maximum 40 recommended.
This course has been created by someone at the top of his profession for people at the top of theirs. This is not conventional training. It is not about spoon-feeding "Learnings" to passive recipients. It is an active and interactive process where people are asked to address their own behaviour, and are offered the chance to experience a new paradigm.
Topics / Content:
This course on improvisational comedy will teach the delegates about:
Being adaptable and flexible
Building on the experience of team members
Shifting responsibility within the team
Spotting opportunities and exploiting them
Creating new opportunities
Working with new partners
Satisfying a paying audience
Every organisation shares such goals. Every leader and every team share such goals.
Total course fee is £5000 + Vat.
Neil Mullarkey was educated at Cambridge University. He studied Economics, Social and Political Sciences and was President of the Cambridge Footlights, directing their pantomime and revue and touring the UK and Australia.
He's done two double-acts, with Mike Myers and with Nick Hancock. Since 1985 he has improvised sketches and stories with the Comedy Store Players, of which he is a founder-member. Neil has written and performed four one-man shows
A Bit of Quiet Fun,
Memoirs of Lord Naughty,
All That Mullarkey, and Don't Be Needy Be Succeedy, which has been touring the UK & Ireland to great acclaim and won the Fringe Report Award for Best Satire of 2002. In it Neil plays L. Vaughan Spencer, Life Coach, Self-Help Guru and Gangsta Motivator.
Neil starred with Eddie Izzard in the sell-out West End run of One Word Improv and has guested with The Groundlings in Los Angeles and Second City in Toronto.