HOOPLA: Grand Theft Impro, Do Not Adjust your Stage & more | Hoopla At The Miller London  | Sat 26th May 2018 Lineup

HOOPLA: Grand Theft Impro, Do Not Adjust your Stage & more

Hoopla At The Miller in London

Saturday 26th May 2018

8:00pm til 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Hoopla Impro presents, Grand Theft Impro, Glitch, The Dreaming & Do Not Adjust Your Stage.

 
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HOOPLA: Grand Theft Impro, Do Not Adjust your Stage & more on Saturday 26th May 2018

GRAND THEFT IMPRO!

Improvised comedy. By veterans. For fun. Featuring DylanEmery (from the Olivier award-winning Showstoppers), CharlotteGittins (Austentatious) and Phil Whelans (Radio 4).

“Simply marvellous” - Time Out.

'GTI are at the forefront of the revival of impro in the UK' - The Guardian.

DO NOT ADJUST YOUR STAGE

Do Not Adjust Your Stage are a long-form improvised comedy group based in London. Inspired by conversations with their audience, DNAYS improvise hilarious, intriguing and moving scenes, characters and stories. Everything is created in the moment.

★★★★★ (EverythingTheatre)
★★★★★ (LondonTheatre1)
Recommended by TimeOut, Metro, Londonist.
Creators of Wunderkammer. Stagedoor Most Loved Award at #VAULT17

Glitch

Glitch - The Improvised Puppet Show Adventurous, action-packed and often emotional improvised tails from a cast of puppets.
‘Heart-warming, adorable puppets with potty mouths; what more could you want from a comedy show?’ — The List.
‘Glitch is a high-quality improvisation show from a talented cast, using puppets, that produce many laughs. No wonder it keeps selling out. ★★★★’ – North East Theatre Guide.

The Dreaming

The Dreaming are an avant-garde art collective who channel the Jungian skein to organically develop a perspective from several mouths and bodies. This is only the beginning of a fluid journey, a revery, in which 'the audience' is complicit. No, we've no idea what they mean either. They’re very earnest, but maybe not as serious as they imagine.

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