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Week 8 – The Short and Girlie Show

28 Sep

What fantastic guests!  Thanks to Ali and all the Short and Girlie group who came to teach a women onlyworkshop and rocked the crowd with a vibrant show.

My favourite moments:

STAMP “You don’t F-ing exist”  Thea’s reaction to the worlds worst way to cut fairies toe nails.

Hannah’s fantastic song about doing something very particular in the bin of your hated boss.Cookie Monster and The Count as Hansel and Gretel as Sesame meets Balir Witch in the film and theate styles game.

And the Dead Haddock BluesThis Thursday 3oth September  The Fish start the firsts of a run of 4 shows  at The Brighton Improv Temple.  Show time 8pm

This is the fanal FREE  show of September.

Keep up to date with what’s going on here:  The Brighton Improv Temple

or follow the twitter @improvfish

Simon

Brighton Improv

A Fish Called Improv

Week 7 – A little bit of what you fancy

21 Sep

We had a grand crowd this week with some great suggestions.  A BIG thanks to Ruby for coming up and being part of Samurai.

My favourite moments:

“Do you like my boob tube bra?”

“Yeah, but you’re not supposed to put it over your willie.”

Nicola expertly ejects me from the Boring Game with some Anne Summers chat.

Roasting a giraffe to the Gods of the teapot in the Local Mystery

“You know?   They poo themselves!”

Two Council Children’s officers forget what children are and try to remember in Roller Coaster of Emotion.

This Thursday we play guest host to the fabulous Short and Girlie Show

The show has the later start of 9pm.

Next Thursday 3oth September  The Fish are back!  8pm at The Brighton Improv Temple.

ALL the shows are still FREE for the whole of September.

NO Sunday workshops this week.   Next one 3rd October.

It’s a  two hour workshop between 4 and 6pm on 19th September for £5. Take a look at what have on offer at:  The Brighton Improv Temple

or follow the twitter @improvfish

Simon

Brighton Improv

A Fish Called Improv

Week 6

14 Sep

Thanks once again to everyone who came to the show at the Brighton Improv Temple last week.

My favourite moments:

Panda chat in the Boring game: “That’s not bamboo, it’s mambo.  Let me show you what to do with it!”

Confrontation and the feud of the hamster cage cleaning in Mortal Enemies

Doling out romantic sausage in the Local Drama

This Thursday The Fish march on!  8pm at The Brighton Improv Temple.

And next week (23rd Sept) we play guest host to the fabulous Short and Girlie Show.  The show has the later start of 9pm.

ALL the shows are still FREE for the whole of September.

The final Sunday workshops this month is this week.  A two hour workshop between 4 and 6pm on 19th September for £5. Take a look at what have on offer at:  The Brighton Improv Temple

or follow the twitter @improvfish

Simon

Brighton Improv

A Fish Called Improv

Week 5 – Adios to the Dolphin

8 Sep

This week we said adios to Holly who has gone off  to teach the youth of southern Spain.  She has been with The Fish from the first day we started and we shall all miss her tremendously.  Thanks Holly and the best of luck in Spain.

Holly and the lobster

Thanks to everyone who came to the show.  A small but perfectly formed crowd this week.

My favourite moments:

Holly’s amazing, an now infamous, dolphin impression

Six otters smoking by the river bank.  ” I’ve heared your mother was a stoat?!”

And Joe expertly never moving from a seated position in the Sit Stand Bend game.

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

And the shows are still FREE for the whole of  September.

Sunday workshops continue.  A two hour workshop between 4 and 6pm for £5. Take a look at what have on offer at:  The Brighton Improv Temple

or follow the twitter @improvfish

Simon

Brighton Improv

A Fish Called Improv

Ch, Ch, Changes

4 Sep

What ho everyone,

Just some quick news from the Brighton Improv Temple.

We have decided to concentrate on Thursdays as performance nights and have Sundays dedicated for workshops.

This means for the foreseeable future there will be no performances on Sunday nights.

We will of course let you know if this changes.

But there will be shows EVERY Thursday at 8pm and workshops for the first three Sundays of each month between 4 and 6pm.

Look forward to seeing you down at the Brighton Improv Temple soon.

Thanks

Simon