Archive | August, 2010

Week 4 – Existential Pants

31 Aug

Thanks to everyone who came to the fantastic show last Thursday performed by the marvelous Existential Pants.  It was a really good musical improv show.

My favourite moments:

The coke dealing Sesame Street puppet bent on world dominatation.

Fixing tractors, in a very special way.

And the septic leg blues.

This Thurday The Fish return!  8pm at The Brighton Improv Temple.

And it’s great news as we have extended our ALL FREE show policy to the whole of  September.

Also Sunday workshops and performances start this week.  Take a look at what have on offer at:  The Brighton Improv Temple

or follow the twitter @improvfish


Brighton Improv

Week three – The 3 man show

24 Aug

Thanks to everyone who came to another bumper A Fish Called Improv show last Thursday.  Only 3 of us performed (Simon, Simon and Jos) but great fun was had by all.  I loved compering and perform to such a lively audience.

My favourite moments:

Two angry but flirtatious Brian Blesseds in the the Roller Coaster of emotion.

The first date with the man with the pretty ugly nipples.

The Haddock who wants a stool to sit down on because his fins are tired: in the boring game.

This Thurday The Fish take a well earned rest but Brighton Improv presents the marvellous

Existential Pants

who is be producing their very own brand of improv music and comedy all FREE of charge from 8pm at The Brighton Improv Temple.

Sunday workshops and performances also take a break but will be back in September.  Watch out for more news coming soon:  The Brighton Improv Temple

or follow the twitter @improvfish

Week 2 – Improv and out!

16 Aug

Thanks to everyone who came to the Brighton Improv Temple show on Thursday performed by A Fish Called Improv and to the free-for-all Sunday show yesterday (Thanks to Thea, Rachel, Andy and first timer Natasha for being our experiment lab performers).  Great stuff!

Favourite moments last Thursday:

Using real babys to make jelly baby sweets and jelly baby shower gell in the local drama

“I’m not a waiter, I’m a Panda!”  A case of mistaken identity in the Boring Game.

The compelling need of one bored soldier to shoot something even if that happens to be his comrade in arms in this weeks alphabet.

Get more FREE improv at the Brighton Improv Temple this Thursday at 8pm with A Fish Called Improv and on Sunday from 7pm in our  ‘Whose Line’ style show.

Performers workshop – £5 – 4-6pm:  This week the topic is Stillness.

check the twitter @improvfish

CALL to all Brighton Improvisers

12 Aug

Comedy Improv show this Sunday

If you’d like to perform in a ‘Whose Line it is anyway?’ style show this Sunday (15th Aug) at 7pm at The Brighton Improv Temple please let me know.



Si x

Brighton Improv – 1st show

10 Aug

Thanks to everyone who came to our first Brighton Improv show performed by A Fish Called Improv.  There was a great vibe.

I was going to sound record it but forgot to press record!

Favourite moments:  Joe not knowing what Brighton Pride was.

Husband (on his knees) asking wife to squeeze his big red ripe tomatoes in the Boring Game.

Sewerage swimming and the Church of Beef in the Local Drama.

Rhyming words with Bjorn in the musical game Da Doo Ron Ron.

World worst thing to say and do at the morgue (Produced the most inappropriate and unrepeatable actions of the night)

More for FREE this Thursday at 8pm or Sunday at 7pm (First show this week 15th August)

Performers workshop – £5 – 4-6pm:  This week the topic is Confusion to Help the Improv Mind.

check the twitter @improvfish