Long time Thespianage performer Rory gives his tips on his favourite show-starting game!
Our regular host, Paddy, discusses suggestions from the audience, what works for him and a whole host (🤦🏻♂️) of other thoughts...
So we did it! Alongside audiences in Manchester, Birmingham and York we got Japesh*t up and running in 2019! First up, Manchester, and the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival. A return to our regular venue, Gullivers NQ, but plenty of new faces mixed in with our familiar crowd. Considering a lack of rehearsal time, it being … Continue reading Japesh*t 2019 Review
Thespianage Productions are delighted to announce their BRAND NEW improvised comedy show entitled 'Japesh*t'! For the last two years, the "side-splitting company of hilarious comedians" (MCRFringeReview) Thespianage Productions has taken an 'Improv Comedy Showcase' (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) to the Greater Manchester and Great Yorkshire Fringe Festivals. This year, we're going bigger, better and brand new-e-yer with a … Continue reading Go Japesh*t at the Manchester, York and Birmingham Fringe!
Since September 2018, Thespianage Productions have been performing at Gullivers NQ on the last Saturday of the month. However, Thespianage Productions will perform the following 'monthly' shows during the next few months: Saturday 27th April - Monthly Show Saturday 25th May - Monthly Show No show in June. July is Fringe month - show dates … Continue reading Changes to Monthly Shows Summer 2019
So, on Saturday 30th March Thespianage Productions had their first ever official photoshoot! Directed by Rory, there were some unusual suggestions to say the least. The oddest of which was "sideways duck"... where you take the silhouette of the duck standing sideways - you're probably ahead of me. We're still not entirely sure what show … Continue reading Do sideways duck! Wait-what?
We may have filmed our first ever attempt at performing an Improvised 'A Christmas Carol' and we may have left it here... Enjoy - and Merry Christmas! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dxww9ybt3YA Video by Sam Davies of 'Stoat Media'