Upcoming Classes


This Spring Improvable are offering courses for all levels. Come out and play, you’ll have lots of fun!

Taster Classes:

Dip your toe in and give improv a try. A friendly afternoon or evening of fun and games, suitable for all. Multiple dates. Tickets Here

Playing Gender:

Learn to play characters with a wide variety of gender expressions confidently and sensitively, and push your comfort zone a little wider! Sunday May 21. Tickets Here

Improv to Performance:

An 8 week improv course suitable for all levels, with a show at the end. 8 Mondays from 7-930, starting March 13. Tickets Here

The Living Room:

A one day elective class about our favourite format, the Living Room. Best for players with a bit of improv or comedy experience. Sunday March 26 11-5. Tickets Here

Improv for English Second Language:

A one day class for anybody who wants to practise their English in a fun way, and for people who are worried about performing their best in their second language. Sunday April 23 1-4. Tickets Here

Advanced Short Form Improvisation:

A fun and high-energy course intended for those with some previous improv experience. 8 Tuesdays from 7-9:30, starting April 18, plus a showcase.

Tickets Here

About your teacher:


Artistic director of Improvable Stephen Davidson has been improvising for 6 years and is a huge improv geek. He currently also directs QI: Queer improv, and plays with The Verbs, house team of the Nursery theatre, in interdisciplinary group Zootropic, and in twoprovs The Eh Team with Kit Harmon and The Happiest People in the World with Erick Castellan. He has studied improv through i/o Chicago, The Nursery, The Free Association, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Hoopla, The Maydays, Music Box, Showstoppers, Imprology, and more.

Stephen loves improv and one of the world’s most cheerful people when playing or teaching. His day job is as a clarinettist, conductor, and music teacher, and he’s always felt at home on stage. When coaching both music and improv he prides himself on creating a positive environment so that players can perform at their best. Stephen likes his improv like he likes his partners; silly, clever, and emotionally connected.