The Comedy School London UKClown & Comedy Workshop

Clown & Comedy Workshop with Mick Barnfather

(Complicité & École Philippe Gaulier)

More Dates Coming Soon • 10.30am to 5pm

At the Comedy School, 14-15 Gloucester Gate, Camden, London, NW1 4HG.

This workshop will look at what it is that makes us laugh and how we can be funny, concentrating on the clown and the pleasure to be ridiculous in the space.

The clown moves from one flop to the next always happy and optimistic to be playing before an audience.

There are many confusions and disasters in a clown show but there are never any doubts.

The clown is joyful, playful, mischievous and full of fantasy.

Nothing in this workshop is related to a style but very much looking to find what is uniquely funny about each person and how they can make that accessible to an audience.

The workshop will aim to be energetic and very playful. Participants will be encouraged to have fun and pleasure and use this as a starting point.

When people have fun and play instinctively it is then that they start to play the fool, tell stories, joke and discover their creativity.

[The recommended minimum age for this class is 16. If anyone under 16 would like to attend, we are happy to assess this on an individual basis; please contact us before booking.]

COST: £65 ( £55 concession )

Concession for students, seniors, unemployed, Equity, Members of The Comedy School


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Mick Barnfather

Mick Barnfather The Comedy School London

Mick Barnfather has worked for Complicité and École Philippe Gaulier.

Television credits include Bramwell, Peak Practice, Between the Lines, Pie in the Sky, Peter and the Wolf, The Bill, and Burning Ambition - a play written for the B.B.C. by Theatre de Complicité.

In his Clown & Comedy workshop he looks at what it is that makes us laugh and how we can be funny, concentrating mainly on the clown and the pleasure to be ridiculous in the space.

The workshop aims to be energetic and very playful. Participants will be encouraged to have fun and pleasure and use this as a starting point. In Mick's opinion, when people have fun and play instinctively it is then that they start to play the fool, tell stories, joke and discover their creativity.

www.MickBarnfather.com

The Comedy School London UK

The Comedy School,
15 Gloucester Gate,
London, NW1 4HG.

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