Come and watch three local improv groups forge ahead with ideas that are as fresh, squeaky and full of promise like a brand new pair of trainers.
Wednesday 12th February 20:00
Scratchpad is the Bristol Improv Theatre’s new scratch night – carving out stage time for fledgling ideas, emerging groups and the shooting sprouts of talent. Come and watch three local improv groups forge ahead with ideas that are as fresh, squeaky and full of promise as a brand new pair of trainers. When they hit the West End you’ll be able to say ‘I was actually at their first ever gig!’
This Season’s line up includes:
The Zapruder Twins’ Travelling Circus – twoprov from the survivors of the JFK assassination, John McInnes and Philip Rodger.
GCSE Drama – improvised physical theatre, poetry and dance that honours the melodrama and darkness of teenage theatre pieces, by the Delight Collective
Steampunk’d – a Victorian tale of adventure and invention that follows in the footsteps of Jules Verne and HG Wells, from Real Positive Poles.
Scratchpad is a free event, with cash donations warmly received on the night.