Arts & Culture

‘The Improvisation Play’ – puts the audience in the driving seat

Improvisation or ‘improv’ often takes the form of short sketches made up on the spot – but now two of the genre’s most sought-after names are taking improvised performance to a whole new level. Guided entirely by audience members the ensemble aims to put on a 70 minute play
for five nights in a row. It couldn’t be any more spontaneous and Paul’s been speaking to actors Lola and Charlie about the different challenges that may or may not come up.

You can catch The Improvised Play at the Arcola Theatre from 5 March – 9 March.

Shadia Edwards-Dashti 4th March 2024

TagArts & Culture, LocationHackney