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Improv Fun for Primary

In Blah Blah Blah Improv’s workshops for children, every week is filled with fun improvised drama games where they’ll be making things up on the spot!

Happy Circle

Suitable for primary school-aged children who want to have fun while:

  • unleashing their creativity

  • learning to act

  • learning comedy

  • sharpening communication and public speaking skills

  • learning to think fast

  • boosting social skills, teamwork and critical thinking

  • playing theatresports games made famous by the hit improv show ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’

  • learning to support others in a scene or skit

  • connecting with other children

  • letting go of doubt and running with instinct

  • building confidence

  • enhancing their inner comic 

  • reading body language


We create a supportive and inclusive community in our classroom that feels safe and is loads of fun!


Teachers for this course have a working with children card (Blue Card) and current first aid certificate.


New dates to be announced soon. Email to express interest.


Each course runs over a school term for one hour on a Tuesday. Term 3 is from 5pm to 6pm (AEST), and term 4 is from 4pm to 5pm (AEST). Kids can also book casual drop-in sessions rather than booking the whole course.



The course takes place on the Queensland/NSW border at the CWA hall 169 Griffith St, Coolangatta. The venue is wheelchair friendly.

“The classes are extremely funny! Every week I leave with a giant smile and sense of peace. Perfect if you want to stop overthinking, learn to speak on the spot, and get your creativity flowing again!”


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