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Learn stand-up comedy skills at free Greenwich Comedy Festival sessions
LEARN about the ropes of stand-up comedy at free sessions for under 25s in Greenwich.
As part of this year’s Greenwich Comedy Festival, Greenwich Council, GLYPT and the festival organisers have joined forces to offer workshops to 14 to 25-year-olds who live, work or study in Greenwich.
The free sessions from October 30 to November 2 at The Tramshed in Woolwich New Road are a great opportunity for youngsters to develop comedy skills, write material, develop their on-stage persona and perform to a live audience.
Festival producer Cass Briggs said: “These workshops are one of my favourite parts of the festival, each year a fresh group of students arrive, they're a bit nervous on the first day but by the end of the project week there they are, up on stage, belting out the jokes."
A showcase event will be held from 7pm on Saturday, November 2.
Anyone interested should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with THE COMEDY ACADEMY in the subject line.
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