WEDS 4TH – GUILD OF STUDENTS
Improvabunga: A side-splitting 50 minute improvised romp featuring live musical accompaniment and four buzzers that let you control the show.
THURS 5TH – PATRICK KAVANAGH
Based On A True Story: Fat Penguin Improv create a completely original night of comedy using Chicago’s most famous improv format.
THURS 12TH – THE VICTORIA
The Folly: Comedy nonsense, new and fresh each time, from a play that nobody wrote.
THURS 12TH – PATRICK KAVANAGH
Based On A True Story: Fat Penguin Improv create another comedy show from scratch.
MON 16TH – BLUE ORANGE THEATRE
Box Of Frogs: Monthly show in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter where audience members have the option to join performers on stage.
THURS 19TH – PATRICK KAVANAGH
Based On A True Story: Some of the best improvisers in Birmingham take to the stage to deliver another Fat Penguin Improv comedy show.
THURS 26TH – PATRICK KAVANAGH
Based On A True Story: Weekly show where a series of monologues are converted into comedy scenes by members of Fat Penguin Improvised Comedy.
SAT 28TH – THE HIGHBURY
Improvide: One day charity improv festival with 7 separate shows featuring 10 different local improv acts. See Squidheart, Jumprov, Forghorn Unscripted and many more.
TUES 31ST – ROSE VILLA TAVERN
Margaret I Have Something To Tell You: Allison host a comedy extravaganza, featuring guests Andrew Thayer & Jazz Police.
MON 2ND – THEATRE ROYAL
Impromptu Shakespeare: An entirely new Shakespeare play bursting with love, poetry, comedy, soliloquies, mistaken identies and the supernatural.
TUES 3RD – THE CASTLE PUB
Rhymes Against Humanity: Enjoy another free jam night with Rhymes. Join them for an exclusive evening of musical improv comedy where you can get involved.
THURS 12TH – MALT CROSS
Gorilla Burger: Theatre karaoke where you can be the star. Or you can just sit back and enjoy an evening of unplanned, uncensored improv comedy.
MON 16TH – THE ANGEL MICROBREWERY
Cats Pyjamas: Audience members can sit back and enjoy a free comedy show or take the plunge and join the performers on stage.
SAT 21ST – NONSUCH STUDIOS
Improv Nonsense: No scripts? No time to prepare?! No problem! A show full of fun and games in the centre of Nottingham. Featuring Ten Thousand Million Love Stories.
SAT 7TH – CREATE STUDIOS
The Same Faces: Brilliant comedy sketches live on stage, in the style of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”.
WEDS 11TH – UPSTAIRS AT THE WESTERN
The Same Faces – Uncle Armando: Given a suggestion from the audience, the performers tell a story and that story will in turn inspire fantastic improvised sketches.
SAT 14TH – DEACON STREET ARTS
Tiny Jam: Watch Tiny Stories perform on stage and then put your name in the hat for a chance to join them.
SAT 28TH – HAYMARKET THEATRE
Showstopper: A brand new musical complete with hilarious characters, fabulous dance routines, beautiful songs, epic story lines and the pzazz of a Broadway show.
SUN 8TH – BLOSSOMS, WOLVERHAMPTON
Jumprov: Special show by the Jumprov Ladies for International Women’s Day. Part of Black Beauty Brunch.
SUN 8TH – POMFRET ARMS, NORTHAMPTON
IWD celebration: Genkiprov & Improvoke present some of the most talented women in the Midlands in a showcase of spoken word, comedy, improv and music.
MON 9TH – LIBRARY ROOM 2, UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
Improv Musical: Overflowing with musical madness and hilarity, witness the talented cast and live band create an hour long completely original musical before your eyes.
THURS 12TH – HUMANITIES BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
Artificial Improvisers: A mad scientist (with a PhD in Improvised Theatre Studies) invites you to observe a demonstration of her brand-new inventions, the Improv-bots!
FRI 13TH – ESQUIRES COFFEE, COVENTRY
Full Of Beans: Coventry Improv presents their monthly big gig, a hugely entertaining slice of live improv in the heart of the city.
FRI 13TH – FEARON HALL, LOUGHBOROUGH
Splat Night: A new regular night of improv comedy. First half features guest act Tiny Stories, second half is a jam where everyone can join in the fun.
SAT 14TH – BRIDGE HOUSE THEATRE, WARWICK
The Noise Next Door: Twelve time sell-out veterans of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival leaving audiences everywhere in awe of their lightning-quick wit.
SAT 28TH – POMFRET ARMS, NORTHAMPTON
The Same Faces: More instant humour from this long-established comedy group.
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