Max Dickins is director of Hoopla, the UK's first improvisation training school and London's first dedicated improv comedy theatre. Offstage, as a coach and business speaker, he has brought improvisation into workplaces across the world, with clients including Facebook, Google and Unilever - even teaching candidates on The Apprentice (BBC1). As a comedian and writer, he has had his own Sony Award-nominated show on Absolute Radio, appeared numerous times on Michael McIntyre's Big Show (BBC1), and taken critically acclaimed shows to the Edinburgh Festival and on tour around the UK. His book My Groupon Adventure was described by the Irish Examiner as 'full of heart'.
'This book had me from page one! [...] I learned shed loads whilst
simultaneously laughing out loud.' -- Sherilyn Shackell, Founder
and CEO of The Marketing Academy
'I didn't realise how fundamental improvisation is to everyday life...until I read Max's book.' -- Alice Ter-Harr, Former Deliveroo EU Marketing Lead
'Unlock those barriers you didn't realise were holding you back in your work life with practical and engaging know-how from the world of improv. You owe it to yourself and others to rediscover the curiosity and play already inside you.' -- Kate Diver, Head of People Operations, Transferwise