2 Shepperton Road, N1 3DT London
The Right Kind Of Trouble: An Improvised Universe
Have you ever done something really cheeky? Tell us a secret and we’ll build you a show.
Every night we create a completely improvised universe – and then we make mischief in it. It’s a rich, varied playground of interconnected scenes and stories, an energetic and fast-paced show filled with playful, lively characters, and, of course, plenty of trouble.
The Right Kind of Trouble trained at London improv companies Monkeytoast and the FA. You won’t want to miss this hot mix of London’s most up-and- coming improvisers.
With special guests
No relation to Mitt, and really hoping he doesn’t run for office, Romney is an improv group made up of Ed Coleman, Stevie Martin, Raph Wakefield, Jack Needham, Alison Arnopp and Jenny Donaghue. Between them, their credits include Channel 4’s Damned, Radio 4’s Newsjack, BBC Four’s Steptoe and Son and Russell Howard’s Good News, but they’re also excellent, kind and tender people.
One of London’s hottest groups, The Committee perform hilarious, fast-paced improvised comedy. A whole show made up on the spot by performers as seen on BBC1, Channel 4 and BBC Radio 4, and all created from one single word from the audience.
One of The Times ‘top improv shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
“Packed full of laughs” ★★★★ The Scotsman
“Crackingly original” ★★★★ The List
“One not to miss” ★★★★ The Skinny