The Werewolf Game - Connect, socialise and play in London

  • Connect, socialise and play

  • Duration icon2.5 H
    Participants icon1 - 4
    Offered in English
  • The Werewolf Game - Connect, socialise and play in London

  • Connect, socialise and play

  • Duration icon2.5 H
    Participants icon1 - 4
    Offered in English
  • Offered in English
  • Meet your host, Dave B
    Photo of Dave B

    I am currently the resident improvisation tutor at the University of West London and the Court Theatre Training Company. I started improvising to help reduce my anxiety and began performing with London Theatresports and Scared Scriptless in the 90s. I also teach regularly at Giles Foreman Centre For Acting and The Actors Centre and am a member of the Applied Improvisation Network. I have directed shows by Stephen K Amos, Carey Marx, Felix Dexter and Phil Nichol. The last of which was also nominated for the Perrier award! As well as written for many comedians and sketch shows and also manages The Funny Side comedy clubs. Before I began ad-libbing professionally I gained a BSc. in Computer Science. I have pet ferrets :)

  • What you will see and do

    The Werewolf Game!

    Connect, socialise and play ...

    The werewolf game was introduced to us during an improv session and now it has taken on a life of its own.

    “The town has become infested with werewolves. The townsfolk must take immediate action and eradicate this menace before everyone is eaten!” The Werewolf is a party game! Its easy to learn (they’ll be an explanation at the beginning) and fun to play. There’s no board, few rules, just talking, thinking, pointing, bluffing and lying! The game is great for sharpening your critical faculties, communication and social skills. And its a great way to meet people. The evening will start with a fun improv icebreakers before playing at least two games of werewolf and a new interactive game called “Flatmate”

    Venue: The City College Building, 55 East Road, London N1 6AH

    Nearest Tube: Old Street (Northern Line)

    Date: Saturday 1st July 2017

    Time: 7 pm

    Price: £12


    FAQs

    Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

    Ages 18+ only.

    What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

    There is a lot of free parking in the area after 6.30pm on weekday evenings and all day Saturday & Sunday. Check the nearby parking meters to be sure.

  • Included iconWhat's included

    Free tea & coffee
  • Policy iconCancellation policy

  • The event is on the second floor of the City College. Looks for signs.

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