How to Write & Perform Stand Up Comedy Women's Workshop - Manchester , AWOL Studios, Saturday, 20. July 2019


The Popular Women's Stand up Comedy Workshop coming back to Manchester as the last one sold out! 
Have you always wanted to try stand up comedy but don't know where to start? Wanted to try a comedy character? Want to step out of your comfort zone and try something different?
In this workshop you will be taught how to put together your first stand up set or character monologue. 
This workshop is the perfect next step for anyone who has already completed the Comedy Writing Workshop and/or the Creating Comedy Characters Workshop. If you haven't check out the other workshops asap! 
 If you have got material you have been working on you can bring it along to try out and get feedback on. This material could be for stand up or character monologues. This is also a chance to network and meet new people with similar interests to you.
You will learn what makes something funny, how to mine your own life for comedy inspiration and try performing.
In each workshop you learn;
✅ What makes something funny
✅ What it really means to 'write'
✅ How to bust through creative blocks
✅ How to generate comedy ideas from personal experiences and stories
✅ How to expand on ideas and subjects
✅ How to create something from nothing
✅ Improvising techniques
✅ How to perform on stage
✅ How to create characters
✅ How to create a story arc
✅How to get into the comedy world for performance or stand up
✅ What it takes to write a show or set
✅ How to tackle negative thoughts about not being good enough or starting a project
✅ Plus, you will get 1-2-1 time with me and get to ask any questions about the industry
NEW BONUS STUFF✅ Access to a private Facebook group of past students so you can keep in contact with other women wanting to create and work on comedy projects - plus stay in contact with the other women you meet in the workshop, share work, organise gigs and just get friendly support.✅ Which are the best Facebook groups to join to get details of competitons and new material gigs ✅ Using social media to network and promote yourself✅ Great social media sites to follow ✅ A list of the best comedy books ✅ The best podcasts for research and inspiration ✅ Best online resources to take your comedy to the next level including websites and Youtube channels✅ Details of comedy competitions and writing opportunities ✅ How to create an online presence and putting a website together
✅ A comedy plan of how you can start gigging or writing
✏️ Who is Jane?I'm a multi-comedy award finalist who has had sell out runs of my one woman shows at Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals over the last five years. I've also been heard on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Cumbria and BBC Radio Extra. I ran a successful comedy night in Brighton for three years and produce a couple of comedy podcasts. I have done full one woman comedy character shows and I do straight stand up. I also do voice acting for radio plays and voice over. During the workshop you will be able to ask me any questions about the industry and have some 1-2-1 time to talk about any creative projects or get some advice for your own career. I share all my experience and secrets about the comedy industry - (Most of which I wish I'd been told when i started out.)I've taught over 300 people across the UK and abroad to help them get on their comedy path. My workshop students have gone on to do stand up, win comedy competitions, write one woman shows, write children's books and write scripts / sketches.✏️ What have other people said about the workshops?"Amazing workshop! After about 15 minutes I felt connected with everyone in the workshop. I learnt so much and was so excited to start writing my own comedy material" - Natasha R"I got the confidence to start doing stand up! Thank you so much for teaching me and for the ongoing support" - Alex B"Thanks for a brilliant workshop! Great bunch of people - I'm still laughing now. Highly recommend!" - Sarah K✏️ Are you ready to take your first steps into a world of comedy?This is an intensive 6 hours workshop designed so you'll leave fully ready and trained to take on your chosen comedy project with confidence and excitement. Regardless of what you decide to do after the workshop the tools will help you in all walks of life. ✏️ When is it?Saturday 20 July from 11-5pm - That's 6 whole hours!Only 10 places per workshop to make sure everyone gets enough time to ask questions and share their work - so book your place to secure your spot!✏️ How much is it?The workshop is £80 Full price or £65 for low income / students / OAP. ✏️ Where is it?AWOL, Hope Mill, Pollard Street, Manchester M4 7JA - It's so easy to get there! It's ONE quick stop from Manchester Piccadilly Station. Get off at New Islington tram stop and walk 5 mins to the venue. This workshop is for anyone who identifies as a woman.Any questions get in touch at info@ can find out more about me at  forward to meeting you!Jane :)



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