As long as I’ve been doing improv I’ve wanted to go to Chicago. I think that’s pretty common amongst folks who make stuff up – eventually you wind up reading Truth in Comedy or finding YouTube sets by groups like The Reckoning or TJ & Dave and the pull towards
Many a MissImper will talk of performing in London; a few even tell of training in the USA. However, it is rare for one to speak of improvising in Slovakia. And so it was that Orla and I found ourselves below ground in an office block in Bratislava. Dave and
We’re famous! Kinda… Check out this very nice interview with Hazel Ward in LeftLion (the Nottingham magazine of culture and cool stuff) about MissImp, our 20th Anniversary and the late night ramblings of people faced with questions: >> LeftLion interview While you’re there, you might also wanna take a peek
A post by the ever lovely (and terrifying in Shoot Out) Elliott Bower: Improv is Awesome Improv has always been fun to watch and do because quite simply it is off the cuff which is what life is: there’s no script for life. Nottingham’s premier Improv company MissImp have been progressively making
Three weeks ago MIssImp had the great fortune to spend time in workshops and show with the legendary Susan Messing, What fun. Lots of people have things to say about her, and the improv we did with her. This is the third post about our thoughts. Jamie Reblogged from: http://sevenism.tumblr.com/post/57708553531/some-writing-about-some-improv-stuff
Two weeks ago MIssImp had the great fortune to spend time in workshops and show with the legendary Susan Messing, What fun. Lots of people have things to say about her, and the improv we did with her. This is the second of a couple of posts about our thoughts.
Two weeks ago MIssImp had the great fortune to spend time in workshops and show with the legendary Susan Messing, What fun. Lots of people have things to say about her, and the improv we did with her. This is the first of a couple of posts about our thoughts.
A few weeks ago 2.8 Hours Later, the live zombie city game came to Nottingham and two of our performers, Cat and Marilyn took part – as zombie and survivor. They wrote about their horrific (awesome) experiences for Nottingham Live – see below… Cat the zombie I forget how I
Last night I returned to a MissImp jam after nearly a six month absence. I used to make sure I never miss a jam but all this comedy lark I do keeps me exceptionally busy and ages me more than the Master’s laser screwdriver (only Doctor Who fans would get
Whilst having a clear out and getting ready to move home, I came across this rare example of an early Miss Imp flyer This show must have taken place around the turn of the century and featured me, Justin Gould, Andy Monk and Ade Kelly. From those early days with just
During the coronavirus outbreak, MissImp has continued to offer entirely free online activities for our community, including commissioning an ongoing series of paid virtual drop-ins from improvisers around the world, fortnightly online Gorilla Burger shows and more. If you’d like to help us keep these activities going and keep our lights on we’d be immensely grateful. Together, we can get through this.