Improv courses in Brussels
ImproBubble offers a variety of weekly classes, catering to all levels. Whether you’re a curious beginner, an enthusiastic intermediate or more experienced player, there will always be something for everyone.
Introduction to Improvisation
Mondays (from September 30-November 25), 19:00-21:30
Sink your teeth into improvisation with our introductory 8 week course! Registration coming soon.
Level II: The Improviser’s Toolkit
Tuedays, 19:00-21:30 (from October 1- November 26)
In Level I, we learned the key principles behind the art of improvisation. Level II is all about adding and expanding your improv skills. Classes will include work on characters & physicality, emotions, playing with space, object and activity work, discovering patterns and the ‘game’ of the scene.
We will also work on creating good platform beginnings (the who/what/where), in order to make our scene work more solid.
Level III: Solid Scenework
Thursdays, 19:00-21:30 (from October 3-November 28)
In Level II, we focused on adding core skills to our improvisor’s toolkit; Level III will focusing on refining these skills in the context of solidifying scenework, as well as adding further layers…
More specifically, we will look at:
- status dynamics and shifts
- working on timing
- knowing who has the focus of the scene
- solidifying our platform
- working on our storytelling skills
Acting for Improvisers: Focus on Emotions
September Mondays, 19:00-21:30
Gabriel Soler Molina takes you on an actor’s journey, to add depth and intention to your improvisational skills!
Musical Improvisation Part IV
Sep 3-Oct 15: 19:00-21:30
Ingmar is back by popular demand to teach a fourth installment of Musical Improvisation. Saddle up and get ready to reach to greater improvised musical heights!
September Thursdays: 19:00-21:30
In these 4 lessons, you will learn basic character, storytelling and stage techniques that can be used to perform an improvised long form solo show. You will discover how to surprise yourself on stage with offers, how not to block yourself and how to create characters that are easy to tell apart and fun to play.
I started taking improv classes at ImproBubble because I wanted to improve my story-telling skills whilst running a role-playing game for friends. Kelly and Ben have provided me with a versatile and diverse toolbelt of improv techniques that have made my games more lively, dynamic and player driven. I now look forward to next occasion my players throw our game entirely off course!
Need help finding the right course?
New to ImproBubble and not sure which level you would fit into? Email email@example.com and one of our teachers will get back to you and help you decide which course would be the best match!