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Two-person improv enhanced by the skills of a classically trained bassoonist, who gradually becomes part of the show!

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The Clones

Witness the incredible as the two performers create a one act, comedic theatrical piece out of thin air. A two person improvised show from Nottingham based improvised Lloydie James Lloyd and Liam Webber.

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squidheart is an improvised comedy show created and performed by Kate Knight and Suzie Evans. Inspired by a single word from the audience, they create an entire world featuring a range of hilarious characters and compelling stories.

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Sisters of No Mercy

Pat Robinson and Julie Hanson are Sisters of No Mercy. They create fantastic scenes with diverse characters and genres, drawing on their lifelong experiences and observations!

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More than 66 million years ago Tyrannosaurus Rex bros, Tyran and Rex, wowed the cretaceous period with very unique short improv scenes full of rip-roaring energy. Possessing inflatable powers of time travel, the dinosaurs have returned to bring you something sharp-toothed and very memorable.

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Rosie and Pippa

Rosie & Pippa (which one’s which?! They don’t even know) met at their audition for The Vortex (the all-female Harold team) and have tolerated each other ever since. Currently preparing to take their sketch show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, you’ll be seeing more of this duo in various forms.

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Ben and Ian

Three vowels, two Ns, and a B, that’s Ben and Ian in a nutshell. Two Edinburgh fringe veterans team up for a bizarre and whimsical string of scenes. With clear influences from A Bit of Fry and Laurie, and more than ten years of improv experience between them, you can’t

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The Improclaimers

The lmproclaimers are an improvised musical duo. The audience creates the set list, and The lmproclaimers craft the suggestions into an unforgettable set of pop hits. From heartfelt ballads to punk anthems, this promises to be a gig to remember.

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Improv Drop-In: Thursday 16 August 2018

This week’s drop-in: It Takes Two Brought to you by Emily. **Please note the change of venue: we are now at the Lacehouse** Scenes between two characters are easily the most common kind of scenes we do, so what can we do to make them look interesting to an audience?

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