Improv Double Bill: Notflix
Waiting For The Call presents Notflix, the most / least recommended original movies generated from the ghastly depths of audience suggestion.
Think of a terrible plot, think of awful characterisation, think of twists so frustratingly illogical that you yearn for the narrative simplicity of Memento.
How could it possibly get any worse? Did we mention the cast are making it up as they go along? Did we mention its a musical? Oh. Also featuring a live band and original improvised songs.
Notflix. Because everything is better as a musical.
Waiting For The Call have been Semi-Finalists for Funny Women and Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2015, as well as The Sunday Times, Marie-Claire and Elle Magazine's Pick of the Edinburgh Fringe.
"Roaringly funny and incredibly talented"
Broadway Baby ★★★★★
"One of those groups who can improvise their way out of anything"
Three Weeks ★★★★
With Support From:
Steves and Wooster
It always seems so simple to begin with. Whether he's cleaning Aunt Agatha's cottage when the chimney explodes, or helping Gussie Fink-Nottle woo the girl of his dreams and accidentally proposing to her himself, Bertie Wooster can't catch a break!
Thankfully he can always rely on his inestimable valet Jeeves to help him out of a tight spot.
Prepare to laugh your socks off as events spiral out of control, culminating in a fantastically frantic and farcical finale in this lovingly improvised tribute to the works of P.G Wodehouse.