Many Londoners would rather peel off their own skin than voluntarily speak publicly to a group of strangers or colleagues. We fill with dread at the mere suggestion of audience participation. But if we are eternally resistant to standing up and garbling a few words we risk our amazing ideas (remote controlled G&T maker?) not making it out to market, or our hard work going under-praised. Eleanor Conway’s (comedienne, MC and public speaker extraordinaire) workshop teaches audience management, presentation skills, and how not to look like you’re having an aneurism on stage. The second workshop delves deeper into structure, improvisation, anecdotes and metaphors. Goodbye to death-by-powerpoint, hello to audiences gushing at your every word.
N1PerformanceSaturday April 16