Play with Languages, London, UK

Email: tal@playwithlanguages.com

 Phone: 07722654807  

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Be Playful. Be effective.

We teach you Italian through theatre performance.

What's Play with Italian.?

We are language teachers and professional actors & we use theatre games and exercises to get you talking and connecting in your new language.

 

You don't need any acting experience!

 

Expect it to be fun!

Why learn through play?

Our brain learns best when it's in play mode

and a language is learnt best through real social interactions.

 

You will improve your Italian,

Meet new people,

Build up your confidence,

Improve your social skills,

Play like a child,

Release your day to day stress.

“Play is the highest form of research.”

 

- Albert Einstein

What will happen when you join?

You will learn new vocabulary & Improve your grammar and pronunciation.

You will have your new language ready to use in the real world.

 

You will also:

Build up your confidence,

Improve your performance skills (presence, confidence, partner work etc.) and have lots of fun.

 

and by playing games you will:

Connect with other people

Boost your energy

& release some daily stress.

We're pretty sure you will also make new friends.

 

When & Where we play.

Wednesdays 7pm-9pm

22nd Jan - 1st April 2020

*No class on 19th Feb*

 

Theatre Delicatessen

2 Finsbury Ave,

London, EC2M 2PA

Book a Play with Italian. course

Full term price

10-week course  £207

*Early Bird price £187

(*Until the 31st Dec)

Taster class £5

Saturday 15th January  7pm-9pm

Your Italian teacher

Ciao, I’m Geoff!


I grew up in the sunny south of Switzerland and came to London in 2019. I am still a bit overwhelmed by the crowds of people rushing around the city…
 

I am an acting student and foreign language teacher. I’ve taught several languages to students of all ages in smaller and larger classrooms. I am so happy to be now working in a room without traditional tables, chairs, or books. After all, to learn a language you just need a voice, a body, some imagination and a good sense of humour!