As the night goes on, callbacks to catchphrases established earlier in the night cascade over each new improvised routine, until you think the whole anarchic romp is going to collapse under the weight of all those puns and sight-gags, but somehow it just keeps on getting funnier and funnier.
A nice little promo for a Festival Comedy show – Puppy Fight Social Club will be performing at MICF and at Sydney Comedy Festival.
Impro Australia is pumping out even more regular fixes for the hopelessly impro-addicted.
So how does it work? You bring a wrapped Christmas gift to the show. We will randomly select and unwrap gifts during the show. The unwrapped gifts will be the inspiration for our Christmas stories and songs all made up on the spot, without a script, without a rehearsal, live before your very eyes! At the end of the night, gifts will be re-wrapped and donated to the fine folk at St Vincent De Paul to pass on to those less fortunate.
November and early December sees a whole lot of improvised comedy shows around town.
Who doesn’t love the opportunity to goof around in a vaguely macabre fashion? Which comedy venues are putting on the fangs, capes and neck-bolts etc? Several Sydney rooms are doing themed shows this week – check out your favourite comedy venue and see what ghouls they have dragged forth to entertain you.
Sunday night Theatresports® at Sydney’s Belvoir Street Theatre is a tradition that is celebrating 25 years this year. They’ve come up with a new format to showcase both veterans and newbies on that great stage.
Shake off the winter blues by adding to your comedy skillset. Stand Up and Impro are both on offer – courses in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney.
A Melbourne winter favourite returns for a new season starting June 21st.
Barely surviving on a diet of reruns of Whose Line Is It Anyway? – hope is at hand, there’s quite a selection of live shows to enjoy! From classic Theatresports(R) formats to long-form extravaganzas to innovative semi-scripted shows with a twist, from local to national to international performers, it’s all here.