NO Improv Jam -Thursday 24 April 2014

There is no jam tonight, repeat no jam. Many apologies for the late notice.
We are however most definitely back next Thursday (1st May) at The Corner at the usual time.

A curious confluence of appealing events has torn us asunder this night. In case you’d to join us in one of those activities, here are the details:
Vikings Live – 7pm at Cineworld Nottingham (with our own Mr Martin in it!)

An exclusive, expertly guided tour of the British Museum’s new blockbuster Vikings exhibition. The British Museum’s spectacular ‘Vikings: Life and Legend’ exhibition offers an extraordinary insight into how these great warriors shaped our modern lives. There are plenty of surprises in store as we learn how they created a complex international trading network covering four continents. We also discover our direct connections to the Vikings through language, poetry, names, place names and even our DNA. Featuring British Museum Director Neil MacGregor, this special live cinema event takes audiences on an informative private tour presented by historians and broadcasters Bettany Hughes and Michael Wood. Curator Gareth Williams brings the exhibition to life, alongside experts on Viking ships and swords, burial and beliefs, language and legacy. The broadcast includes stunning close-up photography of exhibits and the construction of the prow of a giant Viking ship. There is also an atmospheric torch-lit burial ceremony in the Museum’s grounds.

and
Showstoppers:  Improvised Musical – 8pm at the Lakeside (Djanogly Theatre)

Spontaneous musical comedy at it’s finest!
A brand new musical comedy is created from scratch at each performance of this award-winning show. Audience suggestions are transformed on the spot into an all-singing, all-dancing production with unpredictable and hilarious results.
This incredible comedy troupe never fail to impress as they create shows packed with drama, dazzling dance routines and catchy melodies, leaving delighted audience singing all the way home.
The how has played sell-out seasons in London’s West End, and has been a must-see staple of the Edinburgh Fringe for six years, as well as entertaining audiences on tour around the world. Recently the group recorded their first BBC Radio Four series to great acclaim.


Tomorrow night of course, is MissImp in Action!

The Glee ClubFriday 25th April 2014

Doors open 8.00, Doors close 8.15, Show at 8.30

Castle Wharf, Canal St, Nottingham

Tickets: £6.00 (£4.50 online) / £3.00 concs.

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