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IMPROV CLASSES (Acting Level 1)

by Acting Club

Social Cultural In-person

Mon, Oct 4, 2021

7 PM – 8:30 PM (GMT+1)

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8 week course, every Monday, 7-8.30pm starting 4 Oct till 29 Nov with break during Study Week

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In-Person Classes Are Back!

Wanted to try acting but never did? Want to gain confidence in front of people or work on your first impression? Or just want to refresh your acting skills? This is your chance!

Acting Club is delighted to offer its ever popular Acting Classes - Level 1. The focus of these classes will be on Improvised Acting.

Improvised acting is a great way to learn how to be more present, accept ambiguity and react spontaneously and confidently to the unknown - all while having fun! This is the perfect opportunity to get out of your comfort zone in a supportive and fun environment. Step up your game and become quick to think on your feet.

Improvised acting skills will help you in interviews, networking session, presentations or any other occasions where you have to confidently respond to un-anticipated questions or comments. Or just join for the fun and the comic moments that only improv theatre can produce!

This class is suitable for complete beginners. No prior experience of any sort required!

The classes will be taught by actor and director John Lightbody (see below)

Limited spaces! Register now before spaces run out

What's included?

  • 8 week course, every Monday, 7-8.30pm starting 4 October till 29 November with break during Study Week. The last session (29 Nov) will be a showcase for family and friends

About the teacher:

John Lightbody is a professional actor, director and drama instructor. He has appeared in numerous films and TV shows including How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008), DCI Banks (2010) and Holby City (1999) and EastEnders, and performed in multiple plays (

John has been teaching acting to LBS students for 15+ years! He has also directed Acting Club's Shakespeare performances in the past.