Fiji – A Cannibalistic Romantic Comedy Nick and Sam have a date this weekend and if things go well it will be the first and last time they will ever see each other. You see Nick wants to eat Sam……
Up The Antics present a brand new improv show, The Russian Doll!
Up The Antics bring their hit monthly comedy genre variety show to the Bristol Improv Theatre, with headliners The Biscuit Barrel!
Be sure not to miss this super-special ‘Post-Election, Festive Celebration Comedy Night!’
The Slapstick Festival is returning to Bristol from January 23rd – 26th 2020 for #Slapstick2020. We’re on the look out for a great team of dedicated volunteers to help assist the festival is run smoothly.
Our comedy night showcases some of our upcoming talents and features support from some of the best emerging talent in the city.
Join you host Harry Allmark for a mad comedy night featuring a whole selection of stupendous stand-up, crazy clowning, kooky characters, impressive improv and strange sketches.
The Antics Joke Show celebrates October with a typically hilarious mix of stand-up, sketch and improvised comedy.
Come join us at The Wardrobe Theatre for a cheeky WORK IN PROGRESS of our debut show, Wild Swimming, on Sunday 21st July at 4pm. We can promise: SNACKS, ENFORCED FUN, PROGRESS.
The mischievous debut show from brand new company Play the Goat is packed with biting wit and riotous energy. Off-Peak questions: When do the ends stop justifying the means?
A workshop and competition show in the fierce vulnerability of male drag, exclusively for female-identified performers. We will find and hone your stupid male asshole, so you can slay the competition at being a hilarious, unique, very manly drag king.
Perfect for beginners. In this course we focus on the core essentials of improvisation. We learn to trust our own ideas, listening to others, and having the confidence to initiate spontaneous scenes. If you are a comedian looking to improve…
Parent’s Basement is Bristol’s home for state-side style longform improv, featuring some of the funniest improvisers the South West has to offer. Our house team perform sketches directly inspired from stories told by a guest monologist, then in the second…
It’s 1963 here in Weston and Beryl is worried that Mervyn’s retirement means her salon will be turned topsy-turvey by his enthusiasm to ‘help’ her. All hands to the sinks!