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Austentatious ~ An Improvised Jane Austen novel.

Currently touring



Austentatious is an entirely improvised comedy play in the style of the wondrous & witty Jane Austen, based on nothing more than a title from the audience.


Be it ‘Mansfield Shark’, ‘Darcy & Hutch’ or ‘I know what you did last season’, no two shows are ever the same. Performed in period costume with live musical accompaniment.


Fresh from winning a Chortle award, a debut nationwide tour and appearances on BBC Radio 2 & Radio 4 Extra, Austentatious is an unmissable & uproarious show, guaranteed to delight.

The Bumper Blyton Improvised Adventure

Edinburgh Festival 2014



The picnic hamper’s packed, it’s time for a jolly adventure in the grand old style of Enid Blyton!


Cast yourself back to the 1940s when houses cost thruppence, snuff was tuppence, and getting a tongue sandwich cost wuppance.


The stellar cast improvise entirely new adventures daily using your suggestions and inspiration from the Blyton classics; Mallory Towers, Famous Five, Faraway Tree and Noddy! Expect mystery, mild peril, rambling castles and bumbling baddies! 

The Baker's Wife ~ Stephen Schwartz

The Drayton Arms, Kensington, 2015



A humorously endearing show from the composer of the blockbuster musical Wicked.


This delightful gem of a musical features a characteristically witty and tuneful score from composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell). An uplifting story of love and loaves, The Baker’s Wife is a must-see for all musical theatre fans.

Girlfriends by Howard Goodall & Richard Curtiss.

Union Theatre, Southwark, 2014


Directed by Bronagh Mary Lagan and performed by arrangement with Faber Music Ltd. London.

'Girlfriends' is set on a Bomber Command air base in Norfolk in the darkest days of World War II, amongst the volunteer ranks of the WAAF - young women who came from all corners of the UK (and the Commonwealth) to join Britain's first fight for survival against the Nazis: their loves and losses, their fears and friendships, their laughter and their bravery.

They weren't just part of history - they made it.

No Strings! An Improvised Comedy Musical...with Puppets!

Edinburgh Festival 2014


When improvisers from critically-acclaimed hits Showstoppers and Austentatious find themselves entangled on the improv stage, only their puppet friends can unravel the tales gagging to be told. Audience suggestions set the scene for a completely improvised musical comedy show.


Cast credits include: Richard Hammond’s Secret Service (BBC1), Alan Carr's Specstacular (Channel 4), Grandpa in my Pocket (CBeebies), Comedy Central, Inherit the Wind (Old Vic), Olivier Award winning La Boheme (Soho Theatre).