Grand Theft Impro and Enemies.
Fri March 03 8.00pm
96 Snowsfields Road,
London, SE1 3SS. Map
Tickets £7 (+ £1 booking fee)
After a triumphant inaugural Grand Theft Impro and Enemies, GTI continues its residency at our new home, The Miller.
Friday March 03 sees a set from brand new Free Association team, My Brother, Jose, featuring some, or all, of: Lorna Shaw, Scott Oswald, Tamar Broadbent, Alex Morris, Clare Couchman, Nick Everritt, Kerry Gilbert and Steve Violich. They will perform “The Harold.”
Then GTI will take to the stage with an extraordinary collection of guests…
Suki Webster – Comedy Store Player, Paul Merton’s Impro Chum, Eddie Izzard’s co-conspirator in Impro M.D. and One-Word Improv, and Ross Noble’s for his run of shows at the Cutty Sark. Suki has developed her own Impro Format, The Guest Speaker, which Phil and Charlotte have both been in.
Michael Orton-Toliver has his own BBC Radio 4 and Channel 5 sitcoms, The Literary Adventures of Mr. Brown and Borderline respectively. He is a member of Amsterdam’s legendary – and confusingly – Amsterdam-based American Impro troupe, Boom Chicago. He started at Comedy Sportz, and has played with IO West, The Second City, Ultimate Improv and his buddy, UCB alumnus Jim Woods. He performs with, runs and teaches for The Free Association.
Lauren Shearing has done stand-up, cabaret, sketch comedy… you name it. As long as those three things are what you name. A Monkey Toast Player, Lauren is also one half (or oneprov) of two-person improv show (or twoprov), Breaking & Entering. She also appeared in Newsrevue, ITV’s Comedy Cuts, the Edinburgh Fringe and has presented interactive kids shows for CBBC. She has performed with Showstopper and Austentatious.
How could you miss this wonderful evening of impro… (sobs)… how could you?