Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Cabaret and Laugh-Fighting: This Week at The London Improv Comedy Club

Tuesday 15th November
Dan Attfield, that lovely funny bloke with the guitar, who's in Do Not Adjust Your Stage and Music Box, and also sings amazingly funny solo comedy songs - well he's also in a musical comedy band called The Rasputins! And they're gonna open the evening at The Music Box Cabaret, that's awesome.

And then, the Fat Kitten gang are going to take us back in time with their Victorian Themed impro show Party Like It's 1899. That's one intense half of comedy folks!

Then after the interval Music Box are taking the stage with their next improvised musical. Since Edinburgh we've had musicals set in a Giant Toy Factory, the Gentleman's Toilet in Mordor, and a carnival in Margate. Where's the next one going to be? Will we see more New York gangster Badgers, divorced Rabbits, bog goblins or fairytale princesses? Come along and find out.

Tuesday 8th November
Time: Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm - 10pm with interval.
Cost: £5
Where: The Miller, 96 Snowsfields Road, London, SE1 3SS.

Sunday 27th November & Sunday 4th December
Team of comedy improvisers will play out a series of sketches and games – all completely made-up on the spot. Cheer! as your favoured team triumph. Boo! as they are humiliated by their opponents. Hand over money! as they battle to the death to win the precious Theatresports Trophy, and all for a good cause.

In 2003, London's top comedy improvisation companies came together to perform a very special series of shows to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a charity which grants the wishes of terminally ill children. Three hysterical comedy shows later and the Make-A-Wish Foundation was £3,000 better off! We just had to do it all again!

Sunday 27th November & Sunday 4th December
Time: Doors 7pm.
Cost: £6.50
Where: Cockpit Theatre, Gateforth Street, London NW8.

Check out THIS CAST. Awesome.

This ground-breaking show picks strands from our lives and explores how we meet, part, love and live together. Belly laughs and tears, loyalty and betrayal, the banal and the fantastic. An ever-changing theatrical feast with understated Broadway-style songs.

It's pretty much The Canal Cafe's Christmas show this year, and it's going to be phenomenal. Get your tickets quickly, from hither: www.sillystringtheory.co.uk

Thursday 8th December 7:30pm
Friday 9th December 7:30pm
Saturday 10th December 7:30pm
Sunday 11th December 7pm
Wednesday 14th December 7:30pm
Thursday 15th December 7:30pm
Friday 16th December 7:30pm
Sunday 18th December 7pm


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