Gorilla Burger – Improvised Comedy Carnage – Thursday 10 May 2018

Welcome to the underground

If you’ve ever watched an improv show and wondered “how hard could it possibly be”, this is the perfect opportunity to answer that question for yourself.

Gird your nerves with a pint and present yourself downstairs at the Malt Cross this Thursday for Gorilla Burger. You’ll be inducted into the heart of a sacred ritual evening, which begins with writing your name on a bit of paper and chucking it in a hat. Soon, the ceremony show will begin! Names will be drawn and randomly assigned to perform scenes and games, and you’ll be sacrificed find yourself on stage with other wonderful people, doing funny and amazing things.

Gorilla Burger is a super-chilled evening of improvised comedy belowstairs at the Malt Cross, on the second Thursday each month, ideal for new performers and old, cheered on by an enthusiastic crowd of pals.

New to improvised comedy? No worries. We promise you’ll have a great time. Of course, you don’t have to perform! You can remain happily anonymous in the audience, settle back with a pint, and enjoy the show.

For the old-timers, this is also one of the last chances to see our beloved David before he disappears into a puff of cross-Atlantic spume.

Thursday 10 May
The Malt Cross

(downstairs in the workshop space)
16 St James’s Street
Nottingham
NG1 6FG
7.30pm (show starts 7.45)
Tickets on the door £5/£3
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Code of Conduct

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THE VORTEX // SQUIDHEART // ALL-FEMALE IMPROV JAM || SATURDAY 19TH MAY @ The Angel

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