New Year New Course
Friday, 25 November 2022
Tuesday, 24 May 2022
THE RETURN OF THE IMPROBABLES!
Guernsey Improbables are returning to the stage live and in person! Celebrating with a fantastic double bill of made up mayhem using suggestions from the audience. The opening half will be the latest graduates of the ‘Improvise bill your joy back’ course and the second half will see a return of some of our old favourite players. We will also be joined by a brand new musical improviser adding the soundtrack to the evening.
We are also delighted to be the first show in the newly launched Kerry Luscombe Studio Theatre.
Saturday, 8 January 2022
This January join the Improbables in our new course. It’s a new year filled with cobwebs of the last two years and we could certainly use the unbridled joy of ‘playing’ and making things up so get your joy boots on and make the leap. The first session is on the 27th of January. Booking is essential so reserve your place www.ticketsource.co.uk/guernsey-impro or by contacting Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 8 May 2016
Thursday, 18 February 2016
Performing our own improv format called 'Fluff or Forfeit' which involves the same audience suggestions played out but with the twist that the audience decides at the end if the actors played to the rules and if not the director has to perform a forfeit.
After 2 years of ridiculously low price of £6, we've bowed to economic pressures and brought ticket prices up to £8. Our funny five offer is now £35 for 5 tickets and Student/conc tickets £6.
Block booking are always welcome (we can think of nothing more fun than sharing the laughter with your friends) so if you have something in mind contact us direct email@example.com
See you there.... BOOK HERE
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Sunday, 11 October 2015
It's a pleasure to introduce players to the endless enjoyment of improv. What's always interesting is hearing people's reasons for joining the course.
'I saw it and thought, that is something different, I'll give it a try.'
'I was scared, but I knew I needed to do something for me'
'I spend so much of my time being careful of what I say and measuring everything that comes out of my mouth, so when I saw this I thought it would be good to challenge myself to get out of that space'
Whatever their reasons, they are all taking that leap together and splashing about in the ocean of impro fun.