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Improvised Theatre: NOT TO BE AT ALL

"Onto the blank canvas of nothing the group conjure Drama & Comedy from Challenges, Inspirations, Props & Ideas, from the audience, You".

"NOT TO BE AT ALL" is a new production by Ed Cottrell, the former Royal Albert Hall Director and his students as a final project of the Improv Theatre Workshop which has been operated by Performing Production over the last month. Young talented people had been selected by their ability to perform, act and improvise their actions on the stage.

Improvised drama is known to be a work that hasn't been scripted but has made up spontaneously. It's an excellent way to generate new ideas and developing characters. And because it is unplanned, both performers and audiences will not know where the scene might take them to or what lines they would say. This will make the whole performance exciting and fun.

Date: 7 & 8 April 2017

Show time: 8:00PM

Location: London Theatre Workshop, 88 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V 0DN.

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