Who is a clown? Someone who makes you laugh. And why? Because a clown is innocent, fragile, free and fearless just like you are somewhere inside you. Explore your inner clown with Monia Baldini
We were all children once but do we remember? Do you remember how you use to play when you were a child? How free you were to play and how free you were to imagine? Children find games everywhere, the all world is a game.
This workshop is aimed for beginners and absolutely no previous experience is necessary.
A clown is like a child, we all have a clown inside we just need to wake them up. Are you ready to wake up yours?
In this evening workshop we are going to
• try clowning structures together and with each other.
• practise clowning skills for bring people together
• develop the sensitivity of the clown
• laugh, a lot (and maybe even cry)
After the workshop, your new clown presence and awareness will help you to communicate better with others. And maybe you will find more games in your everyday world too.
About Monia Baldini
Monia Baldini (aka Nina Divina) is an Italian clown Gaullier trained (the same school that trained Sasha Baron-Cohen). She is the executive producer of A Tuttifrutti Production, hostess of the international female clown night “A Tuttifrutti Cabaret” and co-writer and performer of “Tragic Scenes Of Legendary Women Where Snakes Were (Kind Of) Present” an anarchic feminist clown show about women and tragedy.
On the night;
Doors open: 7pm
Workshop begins: 7.30pm
What you should bring;
Clothes you can easily move and play in. We have changing rooms, showers and lockers at the venue.
We're a sustainable venue and no longer use disposable cups for our events. Please bring a refillable water bottle or coffee cup for drinks. Alternatively we have reusable cups you can purchase from our tuck shop for £2.50 (and get 50p off any drink).
House of Togetherness
House of Togetherness is the pop-up Home of Human Connections in Covent Garden, here for just 3 months. We create live experiences that explore our relationship with ourselves and others in a playful, meaningful and often profound way.
We welcome everyone beyond their identity, labels and beliefs. There are no shoulds or musts at HoT only permission to be yourself.