Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd December | 20:00 (Doors 19:30)
Witches, wizards, and magical folx of Bristol!
This Christmas you are invited to take up your place at “The Show That Must Not Be Named” (for legal reasons) – spoof improvised Harry Potter from Chortle-Award-winning Jericho Comedy.
Watch as they conjure a never-before-seen adventure set in the wizarding world, inspired by your suggestions and a little bit of magic.
– ‘Brilliant – energised, fun and funny’ (Daily Info)
– ‘Supreme talent’ ⭑⭑⭑⭑⭑ (EdFringe Review)
– ‘Roaring success at creating vibrant comedy shows’ ⭑⭑⭑⭑⭑ (The Oxford Mail)
FRIDAY 22ND DECEMBER:
David Puck Drag’s Big Book of Improvised Interactive Musical Stories
The bedtime storybook has come to life and is ready to read you all – through song. But this isn’t a pre-published book, no! Just like the spoiled children we are – we’re getting a brand new story, where you choose the place, characters, even their decisions. Follow-the-fun silliness.
Think Bandesnatch meets Ru Paul’s Drag Race meets The Never Ending Story.
David Puck is an improviser, drag performer and painter. They’ve worked with orgs like HBO, Savage x Fenty, BBC Three, The Eurovision Song Contest and many queens from Ru Paul’s Drag Race.
Accompanied by dapper pianist and improviser Jack Greenwood.
SATURDAY 23RD DECEMBER:
To celebrate our final show before the holidays, join us in the bar from 9pm – 10pm for a festive singalong accompanied by our wonderful musician Leo Kitay to celebrate the season.
Leo will be playing a mix of the most Christmassy of Harry Potter scores for those who prefer to listen and classic carols for those who love to sing.
Suitable for all ages and magical abilities. Mischief managed.
AN UPDATE ON OUR TICKET PRICES
We understand that right now, times are tough for a lot of people. It’s important to us that everyone who wants to attend our shows is able to do so as easily as possible and is welcomed with open arms. Therefore, we’ve introduced a new open concession ticket price capped at £10 for all of our Christmas shows and beyond. If you’d like to come to a show but the standard ticket price is a bit of a stretch, please feel free to book a concession ticket, no questions asked. We can’t wait to welcome you to the Bristol Improv Theatre!