Fri, 25 Mar|
Do The Right Scene at Hoopla
Improvised comedy every Friday & Saturday night at Hoopla featuring top Improv groups on the circuit!! Tonight starring Do The Right Scene, Hat Trick and Fruit Machine...
Time & Location
25 Mar, 20:00
Hoopla Impro, The Miller, 96 Snowsfields, London SE1 3SS, UK
About the Event
Picture the scene – Christmas is over, New Year’s Eve is done, your auntie is muttering into her port about how it’s ‘bad luck’ to leave the decorations up.
But wait! What’s that on the horizon, shining like a beacon in the gloomy post-festive fog? It’s Swipe Right’s Winter Wonderland, and what a line-up of improv and stand-up comedy we have for you this year, all presented FREE and even with PRIZES to be won at London Bridge’s glorious The Miller from 8pm (doors 7.30pm) on Saturday January 4th.
And here they are:
* Kayleigh Cassidy is the right amount of mental. With an energetic blend of music and stand up comedy, Kayleigh tells stories about her working class upbringing while trying to work out why?! she has been so unlucky in love. She is currently working on a new project about her silent camino across Spain and Portugal.
* Do The Right Scene are fast paced and funny, they use personal stories to inspire hilarious and original scenes whilst bringing fresh new flavour to short form improv staples.
* Put your hands together for the London debut of the Dingbats Improv house team. Fresh from a long run of gigs at the Archway Theatre, these legends of the boards have been described by none other than Dame Judi Dench as ‘hilarious’. Come see what Judi saw.
* And there’s Swipe Right, doing our work-in-progress show How To Be Human, in which our expert Humanity Consultants take the audience on a journey from the bottom to the top of a single emotion. Will it be betrayal? Nostalgia? Joy? THERE’S ONLY ONE WAY TO FIND OUT.
Our music quiz will also be returning, perhaps in a new form, but still with PRIZES to be won. Oh yes.
Tickets are FREE but please reserve yours on the handy 'Get Tickets' button above to avoid disappointment, because nobody likes disappointment. It’s rubbish. See you on January 4th.