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Brighton’s award-winning Maydays launch improvisation sessions geared to the corporate market  

Brighton’s award-winning improvised comedy company, The Maydays, has launched a new improvisation package tailored to corporate groups, with the aim of instilling in participants greater confidence and creativity, the key to success. 

In addition to regular performances at various top UK venues (including regular appearances at Brighton’s famous Komedia) and comedy festivals, the energetic, high pedigree comedy company now offers perspective-altering tuition to both individual and corporate groups, enabling participants to build their confidence and creativity by learning the dark art of standing in front of people and making things up on the fly, and encouraging them to think in new, innovative directions.  

The beauty of improvisation is participants don’t have to be funny to create a slick and impressive performance, and the skills and confidence gained in this light-hearted, off-beat training will be beneficial in the business world, where adapting deftly to unexpected situations is critical to success.

Ideal for absolute beginners or those with a little experience in improvisation, the focus of the Mayday’s corporate tuition package is to facilitate increased confidence, team building, management skills, adaptability and creative thinking.  

Included in the corporate package price is the impressive venue: Brighton’s Vine Street Studios , a spacious luxury loft apartment decked out in a post-industrial chic style in the heart of the Brighton’s North Laine (which can also be used as overnight accommodation, sleeping up to 16) plus drinks and meals.

Prices for corporate packages start at £3000 for six hours of tuition per day (split into two sessions, am and pm), including exclusive use of Vine Street Studios for one day and overnight.  Two days’ tuition with two nights’ accommodation costs from £4800, based on a group of 16.

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