Big sad news… for the last two years we’ve had a show at The Hopkinson Gallery (the Art Organisation) on the last Friday of every month. So it’s a terrible thing to announce, but this month’s show on Friday 24th June will be the last! Horrid, horrid change! The space
I thought it would be nice to stick all of the best scenes from the April show at The Glee Club. We had a dinky but enthusiastic audience who pushed all of our buttons as performers. We were also experimenting with a new(ish) show format devised in its beautful simplicity
BBC3 endlessly repeats Family Guy at the weekends, but I’d forgottten about the one where Quagmire starts an improv group. Naturally it’s terrible, while still being funny. Watch it for yourself: Improv-Ment: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSnYsZ–KaI&w=425&h=349] It’s a familiar problem – Peter’s got an idea (his only idea) which doesn’t fit well
By Nick Parkhouse (4) Ah, the Hopkinson Gallery. With its lack of heating, its over-running yoga pupils and its one, lonely fluorescent light, it truly is the Room of Kings. The latest addition to the already-bloody-constricted-by-the-roof-pillars venue is an erotic dancing pole, which should come in useful and in no
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