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Casual Sets are non-narrative longform drop-ins classes focused on a range of fun yet practical exercises to get the best out of your scenes.
As the name suggests, they are casual sessions and are open to all levels. In addition to Scenework Fundamentals, they will cover a wide range of longform skills such as creative edits, sound and movement, group games, initiating with premise, tackling longer scenes, physicality, matching energy, organic transitions, playing to the top of your intelligence … And much much more.
All teachers are experience improvisers trained at the Upright Citizens Brigade.

Selected Sundays 4PM – 6PM

Mariana Feijó is a performer and writer trained at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York. She’s also a photographer with work published by the BBC, the East End Film Festival and Slapdash Festival. She is Funny Women’s Social Media Manager and she also writes for their magazine and teaches at their workshops. She can sometimes be found swing dancing and more regularly doing a bit of capoeira. In addition to C3Sundays, she co-produces other comedy nights with her all female team 20% Less.

Megan Harrison is a classically trained actor/comedian. She has trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and the Free Association in London. Megan has performed in numerous West End Productions including ‘Whistle Down the Wind’, ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ and the Olivier award winning ‘The Railway Children’. She hosts a weekly improv show in central London C3Sundays.

Keith Malda is a stand up comedian who started improvising in 2013. He has trained with Upright Citizens Brigade teachers, from New York and L.A. Anthony Atamanuik, Will Hines, Billy Merritt, Dyna Moe, Ari Voukydis, Betsy Stover and more. He has also done improv courses with J-Star Atlanta, Hoopla, The Nursery and The Maydays. Keith produced and hosted “Stand Up & Improvise”, a comedy night where comedians improvise their set lists. He hosts a weekly improv show in central London C3Sundays.

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