HOOPLA: The Actor's Nightmare, Bumper Blyton & Jack Left Town!  | Hoopla At The Miller London  | Sat 20th October 2018 Lineup

HOOPLA: The Actor's Nightmare, Bumper Blyton & Jack Left Town!

Hoopla At The Miller in London

Saturday 20th October 2018

8:00pm til 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Hoopla Saturdays feature the some best improv troupes in the UK.

 
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HOOPLA: The Actor's Nightmare, Bumper Blyton & Jack Left Town! on Saturday 20th October 2018

Bumper Blyton

The picnic hamper's packed full of parody, ready for a riotous improvised spoof in the style of Enid Blyton. Come delight in lashings of ginger beer, grab a cheeky tongue sandwich or wrap your lips round a nice spotted dick! Each show is unique in this spontaneous adventure. A cast of some of the UK's best-known improvisers spin an entirely new tale for grown-ups using hand-drawn audience suggestions and inspiration from the Blyton classics.

'Pick of the Fringe' ★★★★ (Daily Record). 'Delightfully silly' ★★★★ (ThreeWeeks).

'They're phenomenal' ★★★★ (RemoteGoat.com).

The Actor's Nightmare

A two-act improvised play. From no suggestion this excellent cast attempt to improvise an entire play that wouldn’t look out of place at The National Theatre.

Directed and featuring Steve Steen (Whose Line Is It Anyway, Comedy Store Players, Blackadder) with a cast featuring members from Whose Line is it Anyway, Comedy Store Players, Showstoppers and Austentatious!

JACK LEFT TOWN - The Improvised Rockumentary

The Greatest Band That Never Was.

The show tells the story of the greatest band the world has ever known, Jack Left Town. It’s an improvised rock documentary in the spirit of Spinal Tap.

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