Shows: Friday 23rd November, 8pm
Call 01274 233200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ever been to an open mic night and seen the same sort of performer get up... over and over again?
Yeah, us too.
Because being an ‘open’ mic night doesn’t necessarily make it an accessible mic night. It doesn’t necessarily make it a funny mic night, either. And we want to change that.
At Not An Open Mic Night, you will see a wide variety of comedy from a diverse range of comedians; developed at Theatre in the Mill’s Women’s Comedy Workshop.
Ranging from stand-up, to improvisation, to monologues, to drag. We guarantee you a programme that is experimental, courageous and - most importantly - funny. Like, eye-wateringly, side-splittingly, maybe pack a spare pair of pants funny.
Great comedy requires a great community. If you’d like to develop your funny in a safe and supportive environment, you might like the Women’s Comedy Workshop.
The dates of the next set of workshops are:
Workshop 1 - Saturday 20 October, 1.30-4.30pm
Workshop 2 - Saturday 3 November, 1.30-4.30pm
Workshop 3 - Saturday 17 November, 1.30-4.30pm
The workshops are FREE. Places are limited.
Performance (Not An Open Mic Night) - Friday 23 November, 8pm
If you would like to apply to take part, please download the attached Women's Comedy Workshop information sheet (pdf) and Women's Comedy Workshop application form (word document)
NB: You must be over the age of 18 and identify as a woman to apply. No prior experience or knowledge of comedy is necessary.
There will also be an optional masterclass on Wednesday 7 November, 6-9pm
Comedy Characters' Masterclass:
Come and take part in a 'Comedy Characters' Masterclass, led by professional comedian Jane Posslethwaite.
You will learn what makes something funny and how to mine your own life for comedy inspiration. You will also have a go at some improvisation, learn about story arcs and how to write characters for performance, stories, sketches, radio plays and more!
Please note: you must be over 18 and identify as a woman to take part. No prior experience of comedy necessary.
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