This Autumn, Grand Theft Impro returns with…
GRAND THEFT IMPRO and ENEMIES.
Friday October 21, 2016 I 8:00 pm
London W1T 1JB. Map
£5.50 Here I £7.00 on the door
“All change,” said a very wise man, once upon a time, at a tube station somewhere. And he was right. If underpants, organ transplants and Doctor Whos have taught us anything, it’s that change is inevitable – vital, in fact. To sum up…
“Different” is this year’s “The Same”
That’s why Grand Theft Impro is changing. This Autumn we’ll be back at The Wheatsheaf, but on the third Friday of every month. And, in addition to a set from GTI, there will be guest groups.
We have some terrific acts lined up beginning, on Oct. 21 with…
- …FREE ASSOCIATION Harold team, THE WILSONS: featuring some, or all, of… MARIAM HAQUE IAN THOMAS DAY SHAMUS MAXWELL JON BROKE SHAUN LOWTHIAN SOPHIA BROIDO CHRIS GAU & KATHARINE BENNETT-FOX.
- RIPE GUFF: featuring DAVID REED AND PAUL FOXCROFT.
David Reed One third of monster hit sketch team The Penny Dreadfuls (two Radio 4 series and several one-offs), David has been on TV in such shows as Gary: Tank Commander, Fast and Loose, It’s Kevin (which Phil was in too) and Father Figure.Paul Foxcroft has written and performed in several sketch shows, including 2012 Fringe sellout Ladies and Gentlemen. He is a UK cast member of Monkey Toast and twoprov smash Cariad and Paul, in which he portrays the character “Cariad.” He has performed in 50 Hour Improvathons all over the world including at Bristol Old Vic.
David and Paul with then join up with GTI, as will…
- Naomi Petersen
Naomi is an actress, improviser and singer. Stage credits include Angus Thongs and Even More Snogging (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Chavs (Lyric Hammersmith), 10x10x10 (Pleasance), The Witches of Eastwick (Watermill) and Tender Loving Care (New Theatre Royal). Television and Film credits include Drifters (E4) and At First Sight (Rankin Film Productions). In 2014 she co-wrote and co-performed her two-woman show ‘Do We Have To Decide Yet?’ and , in 2016, her one-woman show ‘I Am Telling You I’m Not Going!’All for a bewilderingly reasonable £5.50. Come down, why don’t you?