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How Old Is ‘Old’, Anyway?

A playfully creative exploration of the subject of age. It’ll cover interesting conversational angles and might include art, crafting, improv comedy, poetry… or more! All ages welcome. Expect laughter, surprises and engaging connections. This workshop is led by Sue Mayo FRSA and Victoria Hogg MA. Sue makes theatre with community groups and specialises in working intergenerationally and outside of age silos. She loves hearing, swapping and playing with stories; from… Read More »How Old Is ‘Old’, Anyway?

Teen & Young Adult Space! On WhatsApp!

A welcoming interactive workshop lead by experienced group facilitators. A space for teenagers and young adults to connect and learn playful exercises and improv skills. Improv helps with everything from dealing with stress, friendships, communication, and school pressures, ll while having fun and meeting teens from around the world.

Teen & Young Adult Space! On WhatsApp!

A welcoming interactive workshop lead by experienced group facilitators. A space for teenagers and young adults to connect and learn playful exercises and improv skills. Improv helps with everything from dealing with stress, friendships, communication, and school pressures, ll while having fun and meeting teens from around the world.

Teen & Young Adult Space! On WhatsApp!

A welcoming interactive workshop lead by experienced group facilitators. A space for teenagers and young adults to connect and learn playful exercises and improv skills. Improv helps with everything from dealing with stress, friendships, communication, and school pressures, ll while having fun and meeting teens from around the world.

DANCE IT AWAY !

My house can be a space of limitation or liberation. My mind can be the same. We are happy to invite you to explore beyond thoughts. Through movement and play, we can express ourselves and see what emotions and intuition are present in our inner universe. How to embrace the joy of “releasing and dancing” to digest daily life. Your swinging brigadiers Sep and Claudita invite you to join us… Read More »DANCE IT AWAY !

DANCE IT AWAY !

My house can be a space of limitation or liberation… My mind can be the same! Through movement and play we can express ourselves and see what emotions and intuition are present in our inner universe. How to embrace the joy of “releasing and dancing” to digest daily life. Your sparkling brigadiers Claudita Fanni Fertino and Sep Vermeersch are happy to invite you to explore and travel beyond thoughts. PS.… Read More »DANCE IT AWAY !

VUCA, SCHMUCA: Creating a New Normal?

Do you really wish everything would just go back to “normal”? This improv workshop challenges the very definition of normal and invites you to engage the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of life with a bit of fun, experimentation and humor. Come play, improvise, create characters, and perform for one another across the globe. Facilitated by Sean Kwan and Cathy Salit. Sean is a drama based executive coach, passionate about… Read More »VUCA, SCHMUCA: Creating a New Normal?

Teen & Young Adult Space! On Zoom

A welcoming interactive workshop lead by experienced group facilitators. A space for teenagers and young adults to connect and learn playful exercises and improv skills. Improv helps with everything from dealing with stress, friendships, communication, and school pressures, ll while having fun and meeting teens from around the world.

Carnaval das Brincadas

The Brazilian group BRINCADAS invite you to our Carnival parade on ZOOM. Join us on February 20th at 3 p.m (Brazil Time). To subscribe, please send an email to projetobrincadas@gmail.com

Newsletter-January 2021

Hello dear Global Play Brigade, I’ve been upset and deeply concerned about the troubling events taking place in our world. Too many to discuss here, but I’m sure we all have great worries, sadness and anger as we continue in the midst of ongoing pain of the global pandemic. I keep having this dream (the nights I’m actually able to sleep) that the Global Play Brigade managed to get a… Read More »Newsletter-January 2021