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Do we plan too much? The role of improvisation in training delivery

I am not the world’s best at planning, and probably wouldn’t rank very highly at following a plan either.

I’ve often felt that this was a weakness – I know it’s also a strength (I am good at thinking on my feet and coping with change), but it’s also true that it mightn’t be such a bad thing to plan ahead and perhaps stick to a schedule every now and again … so, when Paul Levy proposed talking about the role of improvisation in training delivery, I was rather excited! 142 more words

Training Delivery

Paul Levy talks to Nicholas Quirke about The Tempest

Nicholas Quirke, from Droll and Folly Theatre,  has brought The Tempest indoors! Known in Brighton for his award-winning outdoor productions, director Nicholas talks about the challenges and delights of having “proper lighting” and the opportunity to create a storm at the Emporium Theatre (now known as… 20 more words

Audio Interviews

Paul Levy talks to Simon David Eden about The Albatross 3rd and Main

Paul Levy talks to writer, director, and designer of The Albatross 3rd and Main, Simon David Eden, which plays during February 2016 at Emporium Brighton. 34 more words

Audio Interviews

Fight Club

Active imagination is the most powerful technique Jung ever encountered for metabolizing, digesting, and assimilating the contents of the unconscious and hence, becoming conscious. Instead of passively watching the manifestations of the  1,517 more words

Mind Control

The Eternal War

One of the oldest, most fundamental myths is that of the conflict between the two opposing forces of Light and Darkness – the Eternal War… 5,510 more words

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Paul Levy talks to Roman Withers and Rosanna Bini about Cabalesque Tales of the City

“It’s cabaret, it’s burlesque… welcome to Cabalesque. Do you dare to step inside?” Paul Levy talks to producer and director, Roman Withers,  and writer, performer and assistant director, Rosanna Bini about… 63 more words

Audio Interviews

Listen to people you don’t like! | Paul Levy

The Aga Khan delivered the Samuel L. and Elizabeth Jodidi Lecture at Harvard University yesterday.  He has been a strong proponent of pluralism in the world and has devoted billions of dollars in resources from the Aka Khan Development Network to enhancing education, health care , culture, and economic development in the world’s poorest countries in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. 115 more words

Aga Khan IV