Sharing Our Love Stories with Improv Comedy
Through Love all that is bitter will be sweet,
through Love all that is copper will be gold,
through Love all dregs will become wine,
through Love all pain will turn to medicine.
Life is an improvisation, most of the time we are not prepared for it and we have to learn to deal and cope on a daily basis. Being more spontaneous, being in the flow and taking yourself less seriously can help enormously to adapt and cope with change. This is an improv comedy workshop where we will be sharing and exploring our love stories using tools from the world of improv comedy. No previous experience necessary and/or knowledge of improv or acting is required.
Nat is a teacher, coach and a consultant with over 15 years international experience in training and facilitating workshops. He puts positive psychology into practice with fun, play and laughter.
Nat has been featured in the national media including BBC radio and TV, Backchat with Jack Whitehall and internationally in the Japanese and Norwegian TV.
Nat is in Improv Comedy and acting by Keith Johnstone (Author of Impro), Remy Bertrand (Imprology), Tom Salinsky (Author of Impro Handbook), Anthony Atamanuik of UCB and other teachers in London.
Nat holds an MBA from Imperial College Business School and Masters in Psychology from Glasgow University. He is a Member of the British Psychological Society.