Improvisers are positive, accepting, bold, fun and playful… that's a pretty wonderful community to be part of. We present this handy guide of how to get involved with the BIT community, our art, socials and performances.
Where to Start
Start off with a trip to the theatre! During our seasons, we have shows and events most Fridays and Saturdays, so come along to to something on our programme and say hi! Our average ticket price is just £6 and many of our events are free.
The BIT is made possible by our fantastic and dedicated volunteers. Volunteering at the BIT is a great chance to meet new people, see shows for free and learn a new skill – all in an evening!
To find out more about volunteering, email our excellent volunteer co-ordinator,
Rob Kershaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to learn how to improvise yourself, with a view to getting on our stage, the best place to start is to sign up to our next Discovering Improv Class. It's a 6 week course with 15 other eager participants – all people just like you! If you're looking for something more advanced we also have the Performance Improv courses for actors and performers.
If you've got the improv bug, the next step is UP! The The Unscripted Players are the BIT's improvised amateur dramatics (am-dram) society and have regular weekly meet-ups at the theatre for workshops and castings/rehearsals for their seasonal shows. Visit www.unscriptedplayers.com for more.