Gorilla Burger – Nottingham’s Improv Karaoke – Thursday 11 February 2016

Love is….not asking questions

We’re back, with the only BYOB improvised comedy night in the UK.
Gorilla Burger 2016
Names drawn from a hat, on-stage games and scenes, laughter, love and tears – all followed by the joyous return of The Corner House Players in the improvised whodunnit mystery Good Cop, Bad Cop. All for just four quids.

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.

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 unpredictable comedy fun. You’ll also get to enjoy a short improvised show to end the night.

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.

Thursday 11th February 2016
7:30pm – 10.00pm (starts 7.45pm prompt)

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!

Improv Jam – Thursday 4 February 2016

This week’s jam: “Oh God – what am I going to say next?”

Right NowThis week’s improv jam is brought to you by: Lloydie

“Oh God – what am I going to say next?”
This week we are going to attempt to banish that thought from your improv mind forever. The next thing you do relies on what is happening right now. Focus on reacting to what’s happening now and you will get to play more, play better and have more fun. What’s not to like?
This week we are going to do a number of warm-ups and exercises that focus on using the last thing said to move our scenes forward.  We will then use this way of playing to do a whole bunch of scenes – each new one inspired in some way by the last. The answer is in what has just happened, not in what you’re trying to invent. Don’t believe me? Try it out this Thursday and see for yourself.

Thursday 4 February 2016

7.30pm – 9.30pm
The Corner
8 Stoney St