The School Of Laughter

The School Of Laughter

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London   ·  The School of Laughter: Find Your Funny! Learning With Laughter: Stand-Up & Improv Comedy, Communication & Team-building Training in London
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1. What would make you laugh, in your perfect day?  Crazy animals at the zoo – I love how free and fun they are - especially the monkey’s  2. What would you be doing in your perfect morning?  Reading and eating breakfast in bed – making lazy love - not in bed  3. Describe your perfect lunchtime.  Lunch outside in

1. What would make you laugh, in your perfect day? Crazy animals at the zoo – I love how free and fun they are - especially the monkey’s 2. What would you be doing in your perfect morning? Reading and eating breakfast in bed – making lazy love - not in bed 3. Describe your perfect lunchtime. Lunch outside in

Do you know an optimist comedian? It is a contradiction in terms, comedians and optimism. This almost sounds more like a joke: An optimist and pessimist comedian went to a pub, optimist said: "Ah what a lovely day, I am sexy and good looking, Gods gift to women". The pessimist comedian looks quizzically and says:

Comedy and Pessimism: Embracing Life with Laughter

“There’s this mental delight that’s followed by the physical response of laughter, which, not coincidentally, releases endorphins in the brain.  And just like that, you’ve been seduced into a different way of looking at something because the endorphins have brought down your defenses. This is the exact opposite of the way that anger and fear and

Every act of communication is, in some way, an act of translation. Writer Chris Bliss talks about the way that great comedy can translate deep truths for a mass audience.

A Guide to Solving the Mysteries of Life  "Perché, non mi ritengo tanto in alto da rispondere di no a chi domanda di parlarmi."*  Andrea Camilleri, Excursion to Tindari  Andrea Camilleri, with Salvo Montalbano, created one of the greatest characters in modern fiction. Montalbano, reflects the Sicilian and Italian exhilaration at its best. Camilleri in Montalbano captures the

An inspector calls: British tourists go on trail of Montalbano Island proves big draw to UK fans of detective series broadcast on on Saturday nights

We feel guilty for all sorts of things that have no particular relevance to us. It's not an emotion that one can rationalise nor make sense easily. Certain emotions like guilt and shame, are there to help us appreciate our own complexities and living with contradicting feelings and be perfectly ok with it. For example,

We feel guilty for all sorts of things that have no particular relevance to us. It's not an emotion that one can rationalise nor make sense easily. Certain emotions like guilt and shame, are there to help us appreciate our own complexities and living with contradicting feelings and be perfectly ok with it. For example,