Improv Drop-In: Thursday 15 February 2018

This week’s drop-in: Valentine’s Improv Wishes

Brought to you by Minder.

Improv Wishes is back! For the day after Valentines, Missimp is showing you love by giving you the improv presents you deserve!

How does it work? Send Cupid (Minder) a private message or email ImprovWish@gmail.com with something you’d like to do/see at next week’s Jam and it might just happen.

Want to play a specific game that you love? A scene set in space? Play with another performer that you admire? Maybe there is something you would love to do but have never had the chance – This is your chance! Whatever your improv wish, Cupid will try to make it come true!

Send 1 – 3 wishes to Minder via FB private messenger or email by 7pm on Wednesday 14th February for the best chance of having a wish come true. If you don’t send a wish, don’t worry! You can still join in on Thursday and we can try to include any wishes you think of on the night.


What else will there be?
– Music! We will have at the very least, the magical Sam Marshall from Rhymes against Humanity to cheer things up and help with musical improv wishes.
– Chocolate. Because it’s valentines and Cupid might be able to get some on offer on the 15th.
– a chance to dress up fancy/funny/whatever you want – or just show up in your usual clothes and laugh at Lee’s outfit.


Thursday 15 February 2018
7.30 – 9.30pm
The Malt Cross
We’re under the main bar – the doorway is inside, just to the left of the actual bar
16 St James’s St
Nottingham
NG1 6FG
Find it!
£5 / 3 concessions

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