Gorilla Burger – Nottingham’s Improv Karaoke – Thursday 11 June 2015

Bring On The Joy

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The unique improv comedy karaoke night you’ve been looking for.

Gorilla Burger is a live improvised comedy show for anyone and everyone. All you have to do is put your name in the hat, wait for it to be magically drawn forth and get up on stage to do something awesome and funny. You’ll be playing with some people who have played lots and some not at all – it doesn’t matter, we will cheer for you.

Nick is handling basic ceremonies like drawing and reading your name from a hat, he will be nice to you.

Even if you don’t fancy having a go (although, why wouldn’t you?) you should come along and enjoy a couple of hours of top-class comedy fun.

Gorilla Burger gives you the chance to drink, play and get on stage with a great bunch of people. It is always an awesome evening out – whether you take part or not.

Don’t forget to BRING YOUR OWN BOOZE (coz there’s no bar). No previous experience required. Drinking encouraged.


Thursday 11th June 2015
7:30pm – 10.00pm (starts 7.45pm)
Join the event on Facebook (because, why not?)
The Corner
8 Stoney Street
Lace Market
Nottingham
NG1 1LH
Entry Price: £4 on the door
The venue is in the heart of the Creative Quarter, opposite The Old Angel

Bring your own drinks! (we cannot emphasise this enough)

Improv Jam – Thursday 23 April 2015

This week’s jam: Improv 101,

This week’s jam is brought to you by: Ben

This week’s jam is going back to basics to refresh the key rules of Improv, from saying yes to raising the stakes of a scene and building a world to play in. These actions are all really important in getting any scene off the ground. Whether it’s your first or hundred and first time covering these basics it helps you improve every time.

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Think of this week as a tune up, your improv MOT and the focus on different basics will exercise different parts of your performance. Saying yes gathers the fuel for your scene; it gives the scene something to run on. The context of the scene, the environment and location, is the engine that lets it go and raising the stakes is like stamping on the accelerator. This evening we’re going for the land speed record.

Plenty of play time for everyone this week with a lot of group exercises and a lot of scenes as well. See you all on Thursday.

Thursday 23rd April 2015

7.30pm – 9.30pm
The Corner
8 Stoney St
Hockley
NG1 1LH
£3