London Improv is a bit over-excited about tomorrow. You see, we get to watch a group of fantastic improvisers hit the stage and do something completely new and original.
The Milk Monitors are of fine pedigree, featuring performers from the very well respected Oxford Imps, amongst others. We've seen the likes of Cariad Lloyd, Amy Cooke-Hodgson and Rachel Parris on stage, and to be honest if there was a comedy version of sexual attraction we'd have to go and have a lie down. And check out those dashing costumes too, these gentlemen and women don't do things by halves. Get me a fan.
The Milk Monitors fine form is that of one of Britain's best-loved novelists, Jane Austen. They'll improvise a whole new story before your very eyes, so if you're someone who needs a bit more culture in your life but don't want to have to read an actual victorian book; then this is pretty much a necessity. And we know for a fact that the players involved will add faster pace than a speeding carriage and more belly laughs than a Scottish gent with a quart o' whiskey. Can't wait.
The Milk Monitors are doubling up with superb long-form group and regular performers on the London improv stage: 8bit, so it's going to be both anarchic and anachronistic. Which is pleasurable on a linguistic level if nothing else.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you there.
Wednesday 6th July
Time: Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm - 10pm with interval.
Cost: £5 on the door.
Where: The Miller, 96 Snowsfields Road, London Bridge, London, SE1 3SS.