Little Forks – Discover Improv for Kids with Big Fork Theatre
Location: Spring Hill Hall – 10 Love Street, Spring Hill
Date: 29 September 2021
Time: 10 – 11.30am
Cost: Free (must register in advance) https://www.stickytickets.com.au/6whtz
Anyone can improvise! This free 90-minute course is designed for students to see if improv brings them joy and entertainment.
Improv helps students be better listeners, improves their confidence, gives them a creative outlet, supports social skills and teaches them how to work as part of a group in a non-competitive environment. Most of all improv is a fun and exciting activity to do during the school holidays.
In this class students will be lead in a number of fun and creative improv games by an experienced Big Fork Improviser who is a qualified early childhood educator.
This taste tester class is for students who are currently in grades 1 through 12. COVID Safe instructions will be emailed out prior to the class depending on current restrictions at the time.
Parents and guardians are welcome to remain on-site during the class, if not staying we ask that students be collected promptly at the end of the class.
Got a question? Feel free to contact the Directors at
Meet your teacher Ben Snaith!
Ben Snaith is a performer with a wide range of experience. He has worked as a touring independent musician, theatre maker, short film maker, performance artist and improviser, getting up in front of audiences for over a decade.
Ben is also an enthusiastic educator, completing a Bachelor of Education (Prep-Yr 12) with an Upper Years major in Performing Arts. He has also spent the last 4 years as a kindergarten teacher.
Ben holds a current Blue Card.