Super Trooper Improv (STI) comedy night at the Peacock Bar on Thursday 29th November 2018
Join the guys & gals of Super Trooper Improv (STI) as they return to the Peacock Bar for a night of 'gut bustingly funny' improvised comedy.
Doors open at 7.45pm with the show running from 8pm to 10pm.
Entry is free but you have the opportunity to give 'pay as you feel' donations at the end.
STI have had a monthly residency in Leeds city centre since June 2017. We perform a variety of comedy sketches and games entirely based on suggestions from the audience, similar to TV shows like Whose Line Is It Anyway. Because it’s entirely improvised, every show is different, but past sketches have seen a farmer’s sheepdog arguing with its owner while piloting a spitfire, a news report on the Thames being turned to custard and Michael Parkinson being outed as a Russian spy.
The group has had headline bookings across Yorkshire (Leeds, Hull, Harrogate, Sheffield, Garforth etc), comedy festival bookings at the Discount Comedy Festival (Leeds), the Hull Comedy Festival and at Beverley Laughs (Beverley) as well as appearances in Manchester and Liverpool. We also run bi-monthly shows in Bradford.
'STI are one of Leeds premier improv troops. Their members are witty and engaging and provide a ton of laughs' - Jay Johnson, The Pit Comedy Club promoter.
“STI are new on the Improv scene, but I’ve seen a shedload of their shows, and they’re always really inventive, wonderfully funny, and not afraid to innovate.” – Comedian Paul “Silky” White.
Audience members have also written kind reviews:
“First time I have seen this group perform, totally fab evening and if you get the chance to see these peeps do not miss it.'
'Fantastic show at The Pit in Leeds this evening. Loved every second of it.'
“I would recommend anyone to see Super Trooper. Gut bustingly funny”
The line-up will include some of the following:
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