Development Opportunity for female and non binary performers

The Bristol Improv Theatre is collaborating with Michelle Graham-McMorrow (The Short And Girlie Show) to offer a development opportunity for women looking to get on stage and improvise.

Please note: We are using an inclusive definition of 'woman' and 'female' and we welcome trans
women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people. A small group will be trained for seven weeks in short-form improvised comedy (as seen in Whose Line Is It Anyway), culminating in a 30 minute performance at the BIT as part of a line up for International Women's Day (Friday 8th March).

This opportunity is perfect for women who:
– Are new to improv and want to try their hand on stage
– Have an interest in short-form improv comedy
– Looking to build confidence and develop spontaneity
– Love making people laugh

Apply
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please send an email to
caitlin@improvtheatre.co.uk by Friday 18th January detailing:
– Your previous performance experience (if any!)
– Why you would like to take part
– What makes you laugh

Rehearsals
Rehearsals will take place at the Bristol Improv Theatre at 7pm-9pm on:
Monday 21st January
Monday 4th February
Monday 11th February
Monday 18th February
Monday 25th February

About Michelle
Michelle Graham-McMorrow is an improviser, actor, comedian, writer, presenter and drama
facilitator with over 20 years experience. She is currently a member of Short & Girlie, the UK's
longest running all-female improv troupe. The Short & Girlie Show was voted 'Best Comedy Act' at L Fest 2014 & 2015, 'Best Act 2017' at G Fest, and the troupe recently hosted the Funny Women Awards at Komedia Brighton.

Michelle has taught and performed improv all over the UK, running Short & Girlie workshops at
festivals and fringes in Brighton, London, Coventry and Newcastle.
She currently co-presents ShoutOut, an award winning radio show for the LGBT+ community on
BCFM 93.2fm.