Brighton based improvised comedy troupe Off the Cuff are taking over Otherplace at The Basement this Friday to celebrate their tenth anniversary. This twelve hour event will feature a free improv workshop, a performance by Sussex’s own SUDS (For Queen and Country), Dougie Walker’s one man show Mölgich, and will culminate in stand-up and improv shows from current and past members of the troupe.

The troupe was formed at Sussex in 2005 by some friends inspired by a trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival(‘We can do that!”) and have since gone on to become a mainstay in Brighton’s flourishing improv scene. Show support for the home grown talent and ensure a great time by purchasing tickets from the link below:

Tickets:
£5/£4 conc for individual shows (except Off The Cuff)

£10/£8 conc for Off The Cuff’s headline show

£10/£8 conc for 3 shows (excluding Off The Cuff)

£20/£16 conc for an all day pass

Available from: www.otherplacebrighton.co.uk | 01273 987516 | 07800 983 290

Running order (timings may be subject to change; additional non-ticketed shows to be programmed across the day):

12:00-13:15            The Pit                      Free improv workshop [non-ticketed]

13:30-14:30            Main Space            For Queen and Country – SUDS

14:45-15:45            The Pit                      Stand-Up Philosophy

16:00-16:30            Main Space            The North! The North! (Work in Progress) – Have You Lost Me?

16:45-17:45            The Pit                      Do You Mind? – Bear Dog

18:00-19:00            Main Space            Möglich – Dougie Walker

19:30-20:45            The Pit                     Off The Cuff Stands Up with Pete Strong, Tom Veryzer and Simon Plotkin

21:00-23:30            Main Space            Off The Cuff’s 10th Anniversary Spectacular

 

Alex Mason

 

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