Our approach to making theatre involves using a range of improvisation games as well as exercises and techniques in order to stimulate original ideas and create material. This approach to creating a show is proving to be of great interest to the business sector, as the methods that we use in the rehearsal room can also be applied in the workplace to free up thinking and unlock new agilities and ways of working.
“You will walk out of one of our workshops having said and done things that you previously would not have expected of yourself – not because the person leading the session has simply talked about a shift in the way you might think, but because you will have physically done the work yourself. A key thing you will take away is a tangible sense of having more options.” John Nicholson Peepolykus Artistic Director and Business Improvers Founder & Coach
Here’s what happened on a recent Peepolykus Away Day run by John (that’s him, running around the office). Only joking. Or are we….?! (PS you might spot a few well known faces…..)
And here’s what happens when things go wrong for us. On stage. Live. In the West End. During Hound of the Baskervilles when the theatre roof leaked! And how we improvise, or think creatively, when we’re put on the spot:
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