Austentatious ~ An Improvised Jane Austen novel.
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.
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).
University of Phoenix - Guessing
Amy is neither an American, nor a professional librarian. Such is the extent of her ability, she is able to both hold books and talk at the same time.
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 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.