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What: An hour and a half of fearlessly inventive, exciting and funny sketches and songs, all made up on the spot, all inspired by audience suggestions.

When: Every Thursday from January 30th to April 3rd 2014

What Time
: 8:30pm -10:15pm (doors open 8:15pm)

Where
: Upstairs at The Wheatsheaf, 25 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1JB.
Five minutes walk from Tottenham court road or Goodge Street tubes.

How Much
: £5 if you buy them online; £7 on the door.

Bookings
: buy cheaper online here - or e-mail tickets@grandtheftimpro.com or phone 020 7580 1585 to reserve tickets to be picked up on the night.


Photographs by Rob Rackstraw

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Grand Theft Impro reunion this Thursday "unlikely" says incorrect man.

This Thursday...

April 3 2014
8.30pm

The Wheatsheaf,
25 Rathbone Place,
London W1T 1JB.

The last GTI of this term sees an all-GTI line-up of GTI for the first time in many years as Cariad Lloyd, Dylan Emery and Phil Whelans are joined by founder member of GTI, Alan Marriott .

WTF, I hear you spell.

 

Founder of Grand Theft Impro, Alan is now back living in his native Vancouver. A voice-over maestro, to all young Americans it is Alan, not Neil Morrissey, who will always be Bob the Builder. He was in The Reduced Shakespeare Company, he brought Theatresports to London and he devised or co-devised Hamlet ImprovisedThe Impro Musical and Impropera. His book, Genius Now is a must buy for impatient people who want to be Genii.

Nearest tubes: Tottenham Court Rd, Goodge St. and Oxford Circus
£7.00 on the door or £5.00 onlne. For tickets click here


Morpurgo, Webster and More Mead (says man from olden times.)

Next Thursday...

 
March 27 2014
8.30pm

The Wheatsheaf,
25 Rathbone Place,
London W1T 1JB.

...for the penultimate GTI of the season, a flotilla of guests will assemble so varied and with skill-sets so wide-ranging yet complimentary that it'll make Avengers Assemble look like Avengers Bump Into Each Other By Chance Down Lidl But The Hulk Has To Go To A Parent Teacher Thing and Iron Man's Got To Do His Tax Return So They Decide To Leave It For Now Til Everyone's a Bit Less Busy Maybe Thor Will Send A Group Email End of Next Week and See How Everyone's Fixed.

Meanwhile at GTI, Phil Whelans will be joined by...

Joseph Morpurgo – star of runaway Edinburgh smash Austentatious and his own hit one-man show Truthmouth. Joe was one of londonisfunny.com’s ten performers to watch in 2013 and is currently filming Harry Enfield’s new project. Super-power: third stomach, really good at impro

Suki Webster - Comedy Store Player, Paul Merton's Impro Chum, Eddie Izzard's co-conspirator in Impro M.D. and One-Word Improv, Suki is currently doing shows with Ross Noble at the Cutty Sark (avast!) in which GTI's Phil Whelans is guesting March 21. Super power; becomes a liquid when confused; really good at impro.

Chris Mead – Chris’s Dr. Who podcast The Ood Cast is loved the world over. And possibly on other worlds*.Chris is part of sci-fi impro group, Project 2.  Super power; ability to see supernatural overtones in everyday events; also really good at impro.

Nearest tubes: Tottenham Court Rd, Goodge St. and Oxford Circus
£7.00 on the door or £5.00 onlne. For tickets click here

 

* Life on other planets "unlikely."


Stuff

GTI have been on Time Out's recommended list continuously for the past three years, we were in Jim Sweeney's Time Out Comic's Choice,  London Lite's 'Must Go' show and Such Small Portions' Comedy Picks.

"At the forefront of the revival in impro, Grand Theft recalls the exuberant forays of Not Only But Also or Beyond The Fringe."
William Cook, The Guardian

"Simply marvellous."
Time Out

"A rumbustious night out"
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

"A unique brand of extreme theatre - Grand Theft are always entertaining!"
Daily Mirror

"These guys are great, enthusiastic, musical and most importantly funny."
Remote Goat