UTSOLGT: Short Form Improv Workshop with Tøyen Impro

We take our safety responsibilities very seriuosly and have adapted all our courses to Folkehelseinstituttet’s guidelines. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this or any other matter.

This workshops is dedicated purely to learning and playing short form improv games, in a fun and safe way!

In other words, you’ll learn and play A LOT of fun shortform games in this five hour workshop!

NB: Only 14 spots available.

Improv games are perhaps best known from the improvisational comedy television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway”. They’re super funny and you don’t have to be Ryan Stiles or Colin Mochrie to play them! Just be you.

The workshop will cover:

  • The rules of the game for many different games.
  • How to play the games.
  • How to use one game to discover a new game.
  • How to ask for, and use audience suggestions.
    As always: safety first, meaning among other things you’re free to participate as much as you’d like.

This workshop is open for all levels, no experience needed. All games will be adapted to your experience level. It will be taught in English, but you can perform in Norwegian or whatever language that works best for you. Even made up ones.

If you have any requests for games you want to play please let us know in advance, so we can add that to the list of games to play this day!

About the teacher:
This workshop is taught by Terje Brevik, the founder of Tøyen Impro. Before that he was the co-founder and director of Impro Neuf, Norway’s largest and most inclusive improv community, where he founded the Oslo Impro Festival in 2017.

Terje also teaches applied improv, identifying and improving people skills in a business setting. He’s been teaching improv in Norway and abroad for more than half a decade.

Terje performs regularly in Oslo as a part of Marienettes, BBC and Pusekatt. He’s a wonderful and engaging teacher who creates an amazing and welcoming learning
environment. Read more at terjebrevik.com

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