Improv Drop-In Every Thursday*
We’ve run weekly improv comedy theatre drop-in sessions on Thursdays since 2005!
The drop-in sessions are ideal for people who’ve never been on stage, as well as hardened improv vets. You’ll get to do loads of improv scenes and games within a loose workshop structure, combining skills development with adult play time (no, not that sort of playtime). The sessions are led by various MissImp members and focus on different aspects of improv but are mainly about learning, having fun and doing some great scenes.
*On the second Thursday of each month the drop-in transforms into Gorilla Burger – a show open to the public. Everyone can get on stage and perform – although you’re also welcome to come along, watch and cheer. Buy your drinks upstairs and bring them down.
£5 / £3 concessions
7.30 – 9.30pm
The Malt Cross
16 St James’s St
Please let us know if you’re coming along for the first time, or if you have any questions at all send us a message. Also, do read the MissImp ground rules before coming along.
You can find out what’s happening each week right here, or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and right here. Click on the posts below to see what we’ve been up to for the last month:
Improv Drop-In: Thursday 18 January 2018 - This week’s drop-in: Don’t Speak Brought to you by Parky. Boffins say that communication has very little to do with what we actually say. Research shows that 55% of communication is body language, 38% is the tone of voice we use, and only 7% is the actual words spoken. Considering that 93% of what we… Improv Drop-In: Thursday 4 January 2018 - This week’s drop-in: Making the Basics Fun Brought to you by Lloydie. New Year – and a chance to go back to the building blocks of improv and remembering why we love improvising in the first place. We are going to take everything right back to the first things you learn in improv. For seasoned… Improv Drop-In: Thursday 21 December 2017 - This week’s drop-in: Objectify Brought to you by Liam. Aren’t things brilliant? Something to look at, to talk about, and they give your hands something to do. They’re even great when they’re just imaginary, because they provide all of those opportunities, and more. Reaching for an object in a scene allows you to reach into your mind… Gorilla Burger – Improvised Christmas Carnage - It’s The Most Wonderful Gorilla Burger Of The Year It’s the second Thursday in December, so that means just one thing. It’s Christmas Gorilla Burger, so join us for presents, food, and the finest improvised comedy fuckabout evening in the Midlands. Get on stage and have a go, in the comfort of an immensely supportive…