Warwick Improv Presents: Anything You Want

Theatre (improv, comedy)

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  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


Six actors. One hour. No script. Join Warwick Improv as we create a completely improvised stage play all spiralling from what you, our audience, suggest. Watch characters collide in a series of engaging narratives wound around unpredictable scenes. Expect an evening of captivating, emotionally charged improv with a splash of comic absurdity. From the characters to the plot, nothing here has ever been seen before! Warwick Improv are returning to the Fringe with their distinctive brand of improv focused on creating an intricate web of compelling relationships out of anything the audience wants!

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  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: Access to box office via ground level entrance; then up one floor in a standard passenger lift.
  • Wheelchair access type: Building Lift

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Thetapsi 41 days ago

We had high hopes for an entertaining hour from this clearly enthusiastic group of young people. However, they have missed the point of an improvised play. The audience were asked to shout out words and three were picked. Had the words been duck, carrot and pot then the resulting play might have made some sense but although the three words chosen did feature they didn’t appear to have anything to do with the plot. Although the improvised play had some witty moments it was a confusing meander through some scenes involving different pairings with some GCSE drama style angst which didn’t fit the description of the advertised ‘improvised comedy’. It was a long hour of sometimes uncomfortable silences from the performers with a few titters from the audience but no real laughs. The group need to work at devising a humorous plot with the audience suggestions at the core.

Mighty Mo 44 days ago

I think it’s fantastic that this company have brought their own improv show to the Fringe. Not an easy task and one that requires much hard work and dedication however, there were a few fundamental issues with this show. Firstly, there was no real structure and the lack of narrative made the hour feel like an eternity. The audience were asked to provide ‘suggestions’ but their contributions turned out to be insignificant as they played no real part within the storyline. The action was slow and slightly indulgent at times which made it uncomfortable to watch. The actors were witty and intelligent but they needed some real guidance with their format and delivery.

J. Mark 47 days ago

Given that this is an improv show there is a good chance that they could get better, however, last night's performance was disappointing. We really enjoyed last year's show, sadly this year had more of a year 6 school play vibe. Half of them spoke an octave higher than they needed to and one girl seemed to need the loo throughout. Hopefully they'll pick up steam throughout the fringe and produce something something you actually do want.

Damian Smith 48 days ago

This was a super improv show. The cast were really focused, very chivalrous, hilarious, had great communication, and created a very entertaining story and world for us.

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