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Improv • Running Time: 120 mins
The Second Liners

Monday Night Improv at the Courtyard Playhouse will be a regular feature every month showcasing local, established improv troupes from Cape Town.

This Monday we present The Second Liners, Cape Town’s functionally dysfunctional improv comedy troupe. Since 2017 they have been swooping in to bring improvised comedy to those eager to bear witness and hapless bystanders alike. Watch agog as they transform the stage into a portal for madness and wonderment, drawing in audience suggestions to create an unrehearsed, unscripted and entirely ungovernable performance!

Join these Mother City rogues and prepare yourself for: hilarious portrayals of this world and beyond; benevolent audience interaction and secrets of the cosmos.





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Theatre-making • Running Time: 120 mins

The first Play Things of the year is here, with the theme of Something's in the Air.
Is it love? Is it smoke? Is it the sense of something foreboding?
Find out how 8 theatre-makers and performers have interpreted in through sketch, script-readings, poetry and monologues.

Play Things is the monthly experimental space at The Courtyard Playhouse where performers can showcase whatever they have been playing around with.

Play Things occurs on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 8pm. Entry is free. Donations are welcome.

The theme for February is Something's in the Air.  Is it love? Is it mist? Is it a sense of foreboding? Find out how the theatre-makers and artists on this month's line-up have interpreted the theme in theatre, poetry and comedy. The line-up includes Natalie Fraser, Kanya Viljoen, Phil de Lange, Kate Pinchuck and Jon Keevy.




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Tue 25th Feb 8pm: Sorry, sold out

Choral Satire • Running Time: 60 mins
Written and directed by Juliet Jenkin | Starring Wynand Ferreira, Alice De Beer, Alicia McCormick, Kaylee McIlroy, Francesco Nassimbeni, Tazmé Pillay & Johann Vermaak.

Lee-Anne wants to go shopping, Jason wants to be American, and Emily just wants to get married! But why can’t Karen sleep at night? And what is that noise outside?

There’s something out there. There’s a shadow in the garden, a shape at the bottom of the swimming pool, a breathing at the top of the stairs, and a face, a face, a face in the mirror.  

Award-winning playwright, Juliet Jenkin (The Boy Who Fell from the Roof) presents Woolworths, a dark, mesmerising, and hilarious satire on middle-class South Africa. Charging through trellidoors, security estates, rhino charities, gold mines, shopping malls, rugby stadiums, game farms and bank queues, this epic choral work is a force of culture.

‘A combination of totally unexpected, original and brilliant.’ - The Weekend Special

Reviews:

https://weekendspecial.co.za/woolworths-theatre-arts-admin-collective/ 

https://www.matiemedia.org/a-production-woolworth-seeing-for-the-whole-south-african-middle-class/

Juliet Jenkin’s plays include the award-winning Afro-Gothic fantasy More South African Deep Freezing, co-written with Frances Slaboleszy, about a pair of vampiric time-travelling tuckshop ladies; the historical-ish biopic, Mary and the Conqueror, on the life and works of novelist Mary Renault; the dark fable Big Girl, on a giant woman on the run from the law; and everyone’s favourite high-school coming-out dramedy, The Boy Who Fell From The Roof.  

Her career highlights include playing a very deranged Grumio in The Taming of The Shrew at Maynardville, working as the literary consultant for the Artscape’s New Writing Programme, writing a weekly radio drama series for SAfm, and teaching at UCT. 

Juliet is currently a PhD candidate at the Centre for Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies at UCT. 

Alice De Beer is an up-and-coming performer and theatre-maker, and a recent Theatre and Performance graduate from UCT’s Centre for Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies.

Her graduating show Sidewalks was an all-singing, all-dancing, post-modern Queer Cabaret on love, loss and being fabulous.  

Alicia McCormick is the straight-laced alter ego of Burlesque sensation Cookie von Tastee. A diverse performer, Alicia has been seen in Tara Notcutt’s all-female version of The Taming of the Shrew playing, Neil LaBute’s bash (also directed by Tara Notcutt) the comedy MATE directed by Sam Gray, as well as the bootscootin' cowboy cabaret Angels on Horse back: Reloaded, directed by Fiona du Plooy. Other credits include the cult hit and Ovation Award-winning sketch comedy Dirty Words directed by Jason Potgieter, The Things You Left behind directed by Kim Kerfoot, which won a Silver Ovation award at the NAF in 2014, as well as the comedies An Absolute Turkey, directed by Chris Weare, Hitched directed by Paul Tosio, and of course, more children's theatre than you can shake a stick at. 

Kaylee McIlroy is an up-and-coming actor, and a recent Theatre and Performance graduate from UCT’s Centre for Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies. 

Her recent performances include The Fool in Lear’s Daughters directed by Clare Stopford and Phaedra in Phaedra’s Love directed by Roxanne De Freitas.  

Francesco Nassimbeni is a theatre-director, writer, actor and designer.

Among other works, including Everything is Boring, Poetry for Dragons, and the sleeper hit, Clan, Francesco is the director of "YOU SUCK: And Other Inescapable Truths" featuring comedy star Klara Van Wyk (Mail and Guardian 10 People to Watch in 2018.) A Standard Bank Ovation Award Winner and Fleur du Cap nominee, the show has its Afrikaans debut at the Klein Karoo Kunstefees in April 2018.

Francesco completed a Masters in Theatre-Making at the University of Cape Town in 2017, and is a lecturer in AFDA’s Acting Department. 

Tazmé Pillay is a Durban-born actor and performance artist. As an artist, Tazmé hopes to redefine the emphasis on patriarchal masculinity in the theatre, and eradicate the ideal of the heteronormative actor. Advocating that the yardstick for roles be shifted, he promotes the visibility of queer masculinities on stage. Naturally resenting convention, he is constantly motivated to push the boundaries of his craft. He has appeared in Steven Berkoff’s Agamemnon and Michel Bouchard’s Lilies, both directed by Geoff Hyland playing the Queen Clytemnestra and Michel Marc Bouchard's Lilies. Tazmé appeared in the Standard Bank Ovation Award winning Out of Bounds and was most recently seen in Kei garnered him a Best Actor nomination in the 2016 BroadwayWorld.com Awards, and he was most recently seen in Kei-Ella Loewe’s high-flying comedy Winging It! 

Johann Vermaak is an actor, director and puppeteer. 

He has appeared in numerous theatre productions, highlights include the theatrical debut of Cry, the Beloved Country; Bacchus in die Boland and the 2011 production of Taming of the Shrew at Maynardville. He was a puppeteer and director for the International Emmy nominated Puppet Nation ZA News, and has received three SAFTA nominations for this production. These include (along with his fellow puppeteers) a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Comedy (along with his fellow puppeteers) and two nominations for Best Achievement in Directing. In 2017 and 2018 he won the SAFTA for Best Achievement in Directing for a TV Comedy. He recently starred in the multi-award winning short film It's Complicated directed by Grant de Sousa, and the Gerhard Pretorius’ comedy-short Swaaibraai for the KykNet Silwerskermfees.    





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Live Board Games • Running Time: 120 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse
Family Friendly

Let your competitive side go wild and take on some strangers with your closest allies in four rounds of epic battle. Gather your shrewdest, most crafty friends and form a team that will compete for the grand prize and title of Games Night Champions. We have carefully designed a four-round competition that tests your wits, creativity, vocabulary and speed. At the end of the night, the team with most points will emerge victorious. For those of you who are flying solo, fret not, for we will be compiling a team of individuals that arrive on the night. So, make sure to bring your most charming self and make some friends. As always, our famous downstairs bar will open to add some fuel to the fire. Let the games begin and let the odds be ever in your favour.  

Games include Pictionary, 30 Seconds, Dobble, Heads-up, Bananagrams and more!

* Please note that ticket price is per person and not per team. Please call or email us after making payment to reserve your team table at bar@courtyardplayhouse-ct.co.za, call or whatsapp us at 079 199 9078.

Teams of 2-6 will compete within their teams each round and elect a champion to represent them against other teams for log points at the end of each round. Four rounds, four games, one champion. The games on offer are: Dobble, Pictionary, Bananagrams and Heads Up. Don't worry, if you haven't played any of these games before they are super simple and will be explained each round by the games master. 




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Improvised Kid's Storytime • Running Time: 60 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse

Interactive fun for the whole family! In ‘My Kid’s a Superhero!’ the children create three Superheroes with special abilities, powered by the children’s favourite animals. The children guide their hero through their beginnings, surviving the obstacles of being different at school, saving the world and finally overcoming their biggest hurdle, their Villains!

'My Kid’s a Superhero!’ will have the children talking all week about Super Chicken Boy, Giraffe Man, Goat Girl and how they saved the world!

For children 4-11 years old. A new and imaginative story every time!


Every Sunday afternoon at the Playhouse is Improvised Kids' Storytime! Where kids of all ages (even the grown-up ones) come to experience a completely unique, interactive, improvised kids' theatre performance. The children direct the actions of the actors, volunteer to help on stage, or jump up to give suggestions.

Because it's improvised, each week sees a new and wildly imaginative story brought to life that will have the children talking all week.

Improvised Kids' Storytime is a magical and interactive experience for children 4 - 11 years old, as well as fun and entertaining for parents.

"Adults and kids were all laughing and fully captivated." - Third Culture Family

"It was a truly wonderful performance. This was our first visit here and will not be our last. My son was so engrossed that even he could not break away from the action. We highly recommend bringing the family along to this. Grab some of the delicious popcorn and go straight to the bean bags." - Mums Like Us

"It is completely driven by the children in the audience. They get to help out on stage, answer questions, decide what characters should do next ... Highly recommended for the kiddies, from 3 – 11 years" - The Peace Lily

"The audience particularly children get to interact and join the cast on stage...We can highly recommend watching one of there improvised play for the whole family." - Cuddles and Crumbs




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Workshop • Running Time: 60 mins
Sessions are led by Kemsley Dickinson, founder and owner of the Courtyard Playhouse in Dubai and Cape Town

Our drop-in improv sessions at the Courtyard Playhouse are open to everyone, whether you are an experienced actor or not. All levels of improv experience welcome, all that is required is a great attitude and a willingness to play! It's a great opportunity to practice, de-stress, have some fun and meet new people, and best of all, there's no fee to join! The workshop is free!

Improv is great for people who love to be on stage and want to learn the core elements of improvised theatre, or for business people learning to feel comfortable with public speaking... in fact, anyone who wants to have fun while learning to be more spontaneous, creative, playful, open and aware.

Every Monday evening, after the workshop we have a Maestro Improv™ Show. Participants in the workshop may be cast to perform at the Maestro that evening. A great opportunity to get in some stage practice. 

We're looking to put together an ensemble of actors to perform together at the Alexander on a regular basis. Casting for this will take place from the pool of people taking part in the drop-in sessions.

Please register your attendance here and if for any reason you can no longer attend then please let us know at least one hour in advance so someone else can jump in.

There is no workshop fee.




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Improvisational comedy • Running Time: 120 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse
Family Friendly

Fast-paced, unpredictable, and hilarious.

Ten of Cape Town's virtuoso actors converge for a night of scenes, songs and games based on audience suggestions. You score the players on a scale of 1 to 5, and after each round, the players with the lowest scores are eliminated.

When only one remains they, are crowned the Maestro! 

Reviews:

'Great fun! Very enjoyable and funny! I'll be back!' - Carol

'Great fun - will be back. ' - Judy

'The show was hilarious and well directed. I enjoyed the intimate space.' - Kerry

'Loved the layout and how it was directed. It’s been fascinating for me to be able to experience so many styles of improv theatre there.' - Penelope

'Great format, great performance, great diverse cast made it lots of fun!' - Sven





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Improvisational Comedy • Running Time: 120 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse

There are 350 PowerPoint presentations given every second around the world. But none quite like this.

Speechless shows off Cape Town's silly side by letting presenters live out their worst nightmare: giving a presentation with absolutely no preparation. We put entertainers, entrepreneurs, and audience members on the spot with nothing more than a stage, a microphone and a PowerPoint deck full of surprising images that they’ve never seen.

A virtual wheel determines at random what kind of talk they have to give — it can be a TED Talk, a new app being launched, a quarterly report, even a wedding toast — and then our presenters do the best job they can to try to get through the show while attempting to leave the audience Speechless.


Reviews:

‘What a fantastic start to the week. Hilarious acts… Couldn’t stop laughing, loved every bit of it, definitely coming back for more.’  - Arlene

‘Brilliant, hilarious and dramatic — a beautifully imaginative evening.’  - Eva

'What a fabulous evening! The whole cast did an amazing job and a big applause for the team at Courtyard for putting all of this together.’ - Deepika

'Brilliant show. Thoroughly enjoyed the improvised performances. Definitely coming back to the Courtyard Playhouse' - Jibran




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Pub Quiz • Running Time: 120 mins
presented by Alexander Bar

Strap your smarty-pants on over your party-pants because 'Let's Get Quizzical' isn't your ordinary pub quiz. Stock up on strange facts! Prepare for Quiz masters with sexy voices! Thirst for spot prizes that almost 100% will be liquid! And of course there'll be quirky formats and categories like 'Um, Actually' and 'Famous Cats'!

And now, introducing the roll-over Impossible Question prize! Answer the Impossible Question and win a R500 bar tab this week! If no one answers it correctly, the prize increases to R1000 the following week!

Hosted by Quiz Master Jon Keevy.

Ready? Then Let's Get Quizzical!

Kindly note: Quiz tickets are per person (not per team) Please call or email us in advance to book your team table hello@alexanderbar.co.za.

Rules:

  • Each team must have at least 2 people but no more than 6.
  • Pineapples disguised as people will be counted as people.
  • Silly team names are compulsory.
  • The Quiz Master is always right. Even if google says no.
  • Brains only! No phones, laptops, or encyclopedias!




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Running Time: 50 mins
Directed by John Trengove | Written by Gwydion Beynon | Starring Glen Biderman-Pam and Jemma Kahn
16 S V L

Though it never saw the critical success of anything else anyone involved with the play has ever done, Amateur Hour! must be someone’s favourite show, it must be...

Amateur Hour! - a loving celebration of rank amateurism - is coming out of retirement. The production premiered at the National Arts Festival in 2013 where it won nothing and played to befuddled houses from Cape Town to Perth (twice).  

★★★★½  "Only artists with an encyclopedic knowledge of performance, theatre and comedy could deliberately stage a show so gloriously shambolic."  - The West Australian, Fringe World, Perth

Reviews:

http://thecritter.co.za/?p=58

John Trengove, director

John Trengove is a South African film director, known for The Wound (2017),a controversial film which tracks a closeted relationship between two men in the context of the Xhosa initiation ritual. The film premiered at the Sundance film festival, and won best feature at Frameline, Sarasota, Valencia and Taipei Film Festivals. His short film, The Goat (2014), premiered at the Berlinale Film festival in 2014 and went on to screen at over 40 film festivals worldwide. Trengove is the recipient of the prestigious BFI Sutherland Trophy for Best First Feature. In 2010 he directed the miniseries Hopeville, which was nominated for an international Emmy and received the prestigious Rose d'Or for drama. Trengove occasionally directs theatre, including the cult hit, The Epicene Butcher (and Other Stories for Consenting Adults) (2012). John lives with his husband in Johannesburg and São Paolo.

Gwydion Beynon, writer

Gwydion is a writer and producer based in Johannesburg. He is co-founder of Tshedza Pictures, responsible for some of South Africa's most popular and critically acclaimed television including the creation of The Republic, The Queen, Rockville and Igazi. Their latest offering The River won 11 Saftas in 2019 and was nominated for an international Emmy for Best Telenovela (he and his partner Phathutshedzo Makwarela are said to have invented the South African Telenovela genre). They are also well known for being the first team to produce television in Xitsonga - Giyani: Land of Blood. In 2012 Gwydion wrote the cult hit The Epicene Butcher (and Other Stories for Consenting Adults) going on to have an illustrious career in independent theatre, writing for the likes of James Cairnes, Toni Morkel and The Centre for the Less Good Idea. In addition to his television work, Gwydion teaches writing in Johannesburg. 

Glen Biderman-Pam, performer

Glen is an actor, director and comedian. Since making his professional comedy debut in 2013, Glen has appeared as a comedian on Comedy Central on multiple occasions, as well as SABC 2’s Late Nite Talk Show, Bantu Hour as well as Blacks Only and WTF Tumi. He has been nominated three times for the Savanna Comics Choice Awards. He has performed internationally at the Perth Fringe World Festival, Brighton Festival and the Leicester theatre. Locally, he performs regularly all over Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. In July 2016 he was selected to play at the prestigious Cape Town Funny Festival at The Baxter Theatre. Glen's performance highlights include Somewhere on the Border (2011) Bad Jews (2016) and the Showmax hit Tali's Wedding Diary (2017). He lives in Cape Town. 

Jemma Kahn, performer

Jemma Kahn is a theatre maker based in Cape Town. In 2018 she won the prestigious Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Theatre. She has performed her unique brand of visual theatre, based on the ancient Japanese kamishibai, extensively throughout South Africa as well as in the UK, Holland and Australia, garnering numerous nominations and awards. Some highlights of her work include The Epicene Butcher, We Didn't Come to Hell for the Croissants, In bocca al lupo, The Borrow Pit and Cellist with Rabies, shows in which she collaborates extensively with theatre-makers, writers and visual artists. In 2020 Jemma was announced as the first curator of the new Courtyard Playhouse (formerly The Alexander Bar)  in Cape Town.





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Running Time: 60 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse

Improvised Kids' Storytime Festival offers a unique approach to theatre training for children, through improvisation: a focus on teamwork, listening and above all having fun on stage! 

The final workshop will showcase the kids' work in front of an audience of friends and family on our brand new stage.

These workshops form a part of our Improvised Kids Storytime Festival in conjunction with Mama City Improv Festival.

These workshops run over three days:

6-8 Yrs Old: Wed 11th & Thu 12th 3pm - 4pm culminating in a showcase on Fri 13th 3pm - 5pm

9-12 Yrs Old: Wed 11th & Thu 12th 4pm - 5pm culminating in a showcase on Fri 13th 3pm - 5pm

13-18Yrs Old: Wed 11th & Thu 12th 5pm - 6:30pm culminating in a showcase on Fri 13th 3pm - 5pm





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Cabaret • Running Time: 120 mins
Kitty Kat Club
No under 18s

The Kitty Kat Club presents the fourth instalment of their widely acclaimed Cabaret Series: Le Cabaret De L'amor! An All Women Cabaret hosted in The Courtyard Playhouse's newly renovated theatre. This Cabaret welcomes its audience members to join The Kitty Kat Club's all female ensemble in a celebration of love, passion, romance and feminine prowess.

Audiences can expect to be delectably dazzled and charismatically charmed by Cape Town's most exquisite Variety Theatre, presented in various live entertainment forms. Le Cabaret De L'amor presents an array of performance mediums including contortion and strength acts, various dance forms, Cape Town's most limber violinist, live vocals, comedy, burlesque, and more...!

Bring your friends, tinder dates, boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands, wives, co-workers (and an open mind!) for an evening of unapologetic expression and celebration! We absolutely cannot wait to see you there!





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Improvised Kids Storytime • Running Time: 60 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse
All children should be accompanied by a seated adult

An improvised tribute to the wondrous work of Roald Dahl

Dive into the magical mind of one of the most adored children’s authors in this unique and interactive play created by you, the audience! Help Roald decide on the hero of our story, and the villains, monsters, friends and animals we will meet along the way. Expect music, singing, dancing, silliness and sumptillious adventure…whether you are a fan of greedy Augustus Gloop, musical genius Matilda or the terrible Twits, Little Dahlings will make you tickle with trepidation and churgle with laughter.

Suitable for ages 4-100

Every Sunday afternoon at the Playhouse is Improvised Kids' Storytime! Where kids of all ages (even the grown-up ones) come to experience a completely unique, interactive, improvised kids' theatre performance. The children direct the actions of the actors, volunteer to help on stage, or jump up to give suggestions.

Because it's improvised, each week sees a new and wildly imaginative story brought to life that will have the children talking all week.

Improvised Kids' Storytime is a magical and interactive experience for children 4 - 11 years old, as well as fun and entertaining for parents.

"Adults and kids were all laughing and fully captivated." - Third Culture Family

"It was a truly wonderful performance. This was our first visit here and will not be our last. My son was so engrossed that even he could not break away from the action. We highly recommend bringing the family along to this. Grab some of the delicious popcorn and go straight to the bean bags." - Mums Like Us

"It is completely driven by the children in the audience. They get to help out on stage, answer questions, decide what characters should do next ... Highly recommended for the kiddies, from 3 – 11 years" - The Peace Lily

"The audience particularly children get to interact and join the cast on stage...We can highly recommend watching one of there improvised play for the whole family." - Cuddles and Crumbs




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Improvised Kids Storytime • Running Time: 60 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse
Children must be accompanied by a seated adult

Interactive fun for the whole family! In ‘My Kid’s a Superhero!’ the children create three Superheroes with special abilities, powered by the children’s favourite animals. The children guide their hero through their beginnings, surviving the obstacles of being different at school, saving the world and finally overcoming their biggest hurdle, their Villains!

'My Kid’s a Superhero!’ will have the children talking all week about Super Chicken Boy, Giraffe Man, Goat Girl and how they saved the world!

For children 4-11 years old. A new and imaginative story every time!

Every Sunday afternoon at the Playhouse is Improvised Kids' Storytime! Where kids of all ages (even the grown-up ones) come to experience a completely unique, interactive, improvised kids' theatre performance. The children direct the actions of the actors, volunteer to help on stage, or jump up to give suggestions.

Because it's improvised, each week sees a new and wildly imaginative story brought to life that will have the children talking all week.

Improvised Kids' Storytime is a magical and interactive experience for children 4 - 11 years old, as well as fun and entertaining for parents.

"Adults and kids were all laughing and fully captivated." - Third Culture Family

"It was a truly wonderful performance. This was our first visit here and will not be our last. My son was so engrossed that even he could not break away from the action. We highly recommend bringing the family along to this. Grab some of the delicious popcorn and go straight to the bean bags." - Mums Like Us

"It is completely driven by the children in the audience. They get to help out on stage, answer questions, decide what characters should do next ... Highly recommended for the kiddies, from 3 – 11 years" - The Peace Lily

"The audience particularly children get to interact and join the cast on stage...We can highly recommend watching one of there improvised play for the whole family." - Cuddles and Crumbs




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Improvised Kids Storytime • Running Time: 60 mins
The Courtyard Playhouse

There’s something stirring in the toilet… and it’s not a toilet brush. When an unhappy Daddy tells the silly policemen that he’s lost his little boy in the toilet, their investigation takes our heroes all the way to the Toilet Monster’s stinky lair. An improvised and interactive adventure with games, toilet roll, dancing and lots and lots of imaginative fun!

For children 4-11 years old. A new and imaginative story every time that will have your children talking all week.

Every Sunday afternoon at the Playhouse is Improvised Kids' Storytime! Where kids of all ages (even the grown-up ones) come to experience a completely unique, interactive, improvised kids' theatre performance. The children direct the actions of the actors, volunteer to help on stage, or jump up to give suggestions.

Because it's improvised, each week sees a new and wildly imaginative story brought to life that will have the children talking all week.

Improvised Kids' Storytime is a magical and interactive experience for children 4 - 11 years old, as well as fun and entertaining for parents.

"Adults and kids were all laughing and fully captivated." - Third Culture Family

"It was a truly wonderful performance. This was our first visit here and will not be our last. My son was so engrossed that even he could not break away from the action. We highly recommend bringing the family along to this. Grab some of the delicious popcorn and go straight to the bean bags." - Mums Like Us

"It is completely driven by the children in the audience. They get to help out on stage, answer questions, decide what characters should do next ... Highly recommended for the kiddies, from 3 – 11 years" - The Peace Lily

"The audience particularly children get to interact and join the cast on stage...We can highly recommend watching one of there improvised play for the whole family." - Cuddles and Crumbs




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