IRONCLAD IMPROV DROP IN SESSIONS A weekly series of improvisation workshops from Cast Iron Theatre’s co-founder Andrew Allen. This is an encouraging and nurturing environment that’s perfect for improvisers at any level! Come and join us if you want to add to your performance toolbox, if you’re a terrified beginner, or you simply want a laugh!
There will be no improv throughout August as we’re in Edinburgh Fringe but catch us when we return in September. Sunday Nights / 7pm – 9pm / £7 - pay on the door
Venue: Sweet @ The Welly, Duke of Wellington Pub, 90 Upper Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 3LQ
"An excellent class from a excellent teacher" "A really good class - full of fun and energy" "You don't have to be in this class for long to know that this is a teacher at the top of his game"
YEAR WITHOUT SUMMER May 1816. Claire Clairmont invites lover Byron to Lake Geneva with her stepsister Mary Godwin. Passions run high, ghost stories are shared. History has forgotten Claire, but without her, Mary might never have conceived of her defining work: Frankenstein. Mary Shelley is played by Rhiannon Willans Claire Clairmont is played by Morgan Bradbury Lord Byron is played by Edward Corbett Written & directed by Cast Iron's Co-founder Andrew Allen
In theatre, no one can hear you scream: one hour, one woman, one cult movie! Returning from the success of her award-nominated Edinburgh Fringe show, Cacophony, the “impossible to forget” [The List] Heather-Rose Andrews tackles the classic horror alone (with a cat). Written & directed by Cast Iron's Co-founder Andrew Allen