Logan Murray’s Stand Up Course: Mondays, May 2021
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'Logan Murray's courses in stand-up do morethan teach comedy - his students discover themselves.' - New Statesman

Logan has taught Greg Davies, Rhod Gilbert, Josh Widdecombe, AndiOsho, Luisa Omielan, Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, Kavan Novak, Ed Petrie, EdAczel, Kirsten O'Brien, Rik Edwards, Paco Erhard, Anna Crilley, Hollie Walsh,Miriam Elia, Tom Wrigglesworth, Jessica Knappett, and thousandsmore.

Past participants have gone on to win every major comedy award.

Perhaps that's why it's one of the most highly regarded comedyworkshops in Europe. Logan takes a special pride in helping you unlock your ownunique comic voice. He will encourage you to be the best comedian you canpossibly be.

This ten week gives you a chance to go deeper into the art andcraft of making people laugh. From finding your creative inspiration tolearning the building blocks of jokes, these sessions will help you become abetter writer and performer.

But perhaps the best reason todo this course is that it will be one of the most satisfying things you do inyour life. You will laugh more, you will play more and you will learn moreabout your creative processes than you ever thought possible.

Course Dates - May 3rd & 10th (Online) 17th, 24th, & 31st May, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th June, 5th July 2021 - Showcase 6th July 2021.

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