BIP Spring '24Schedule

Our schedule is jam-packed to help you make the most of the weekend. At the start At the start of each workshop session, meet in Howden to choose your workshops. Please respect everyone's time and strive for punctuality.

To help you plan your schedule, you can click the star next to a workshop listing to highlight it as something you're interested in; click it again to remove.

Note: starring a workshop does not guarantee you a space — you will still need to go to Howden at the start of the session to join your teacher.

Programme Notes

by Tom — Head of Training & Programming, British Improv Project

Workshop Choices

Once again, I'm delighted to be able to offer such a varied workshop programme, with some new teachers joining the stalwarts. This should help to keep our programme fresh, and present new perspectives on this art-form we all love so much.

With 90 attendees, we're offering six different workshop options throughout the weekend, so there's plenty to choose from.


Once again, our jams will be 90 minute sessions during the workshop programme. Each led/MC'd by experienced improvisers, we hope they'll give people a chance to perform on a smaller scale, offering more stage time per person with less pressure to do the perfect scene in your one opportunity on stage.

Hopefully these will give everyone a chance to show off what they can do, in a supportive, positive atmosphere.

Workshop levels

At these events, we try to ensure that the programme always has something suitable for any level of improviser. To make this clear, we've graded each workshop with an experience level.

If you're unsure about what level you are, consult with Tom, Geoff, or that specific workshop's teacher about whether it'll be right for you. Most of the workshops are repeated at a second level, so be sure to attend the one best suited to you — this is not just for your benefit, but for the others in the group as well.

That's all the major information you need to be aware of. Enjoy the weekend!

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