Creative solution-focused corporate training. Using improvisation to retain, engage and enthuse.

Generating more confident, collaborative, creative teams



Recent Work

Question: How do you take teachers out of their comfort zone? Answer: Get them involved in a improvisation session! We recently invited Victoria Hogg of The Offer Bank to put some Dulwich Prep...
Professional entertainer Ash Perrin founded The Flying Seagull Project in 2008 to bring happiness to children who are underprivileged, marginalised or suffering. The UK-based charity currently has 20+ entertainers engaged in arts workshops, music and dance lessons, circus shows and clown doctoring.
Comedy Improvisation Beginners Course - Starting Wednesday 8 November** Are you looking to improve your people skills? Whether it's for the meeting room or on the stage, this is the course for...

Improvisation in the workplace will unlock potential, encourage communication and create a culture of entrepreneurial thinking

Based in London but working across the UK and internationally, The Offer Bank pushes a workforce to be the best version of itself — without making the sessions feel too risky. Expect much laughter and many hidden skills to emerge during our unique workshops.

Workshops include:













I loved this workshop. It helped me be more open and listen better to what others were saying. I would do it again!
— Participant, 
Collaboration, Pageant Media

Victoria has demonstrated 100 per cent commitment and reliability. She is a fantastic team player; simultaneously flexible and a tower of strength.
— Julia Lewis, 
Cub School Training Programme,

This workshop has really opened my eyes and allowed me to empathise more
— Participant, 
Dreamland Staff Training

I knew it would be a challenge being so out of my comfort zone but I feel empowered and more in control for surrendering control.
— Student, 
Beginner’s Comedy Improv, 

The benefits are tenfold for any production company. Especially being able to relate to the actors as teammates and understand their processes. Everyone works more organically now.
— Kishore Verma, 
Film Professor, Royal Holloway