Tomorrow night, The Phoenix Remix are taking over Hoopla Impro at the Miller London Bridge once again to raise money for charity, this time all funds will be going towards the Charity Douglas Bader Foundation so it is all for a great cause! So here is your guide to what is happening, it is a jam packed night so you will not want to miss out!
Tickets – Free, buckets around the venue for those who want to donate to the charity. Reserve a ticket though as last time we sold out twice!
Address – Hoopla Improv Theatre at The Miller, 96 Snowsfields Road, London Bridge, London SE1 3SS
Doors – 7pm
Show Starts – 7:30pm
Show Ends – Approx 10pm
What is Happening on the night?
There is so much happening on the night of the show! We have got some of the best improv troupes and stand up comedians performing sets related to space, the future and technology! We have everything from AI, robots to music and Sci fi sets!
As well as comedy, there will be a Lost In Space quiz that will run throughout the night where audience members have the chance to win a bottle of bubbly and other prizes by answering questions about space and science fiction in the world of music, film, television and much more! 50p to enter and all the proceeds go to the charity!
Who is performing?
Here is a little bit of information about all the acts that are performing on the night. The aim of the night was to bring a variety of improv and comedy groups together under the same roof whilst also not having all London based acts:
Jenny Kassner is one to watch! She’s German, on the right side of the hot/nerdy scale, and most notably, a millenial, making her the the kind of person market researchers call an ‘easy target’. Jenny is an alumni of the Soho Theatre Young Comedy, So You Think You’re Funny 2018 semi-finalist, and 2Northdown New Act semi-finalist 2019. Talking mostly about social failure, being a European girl in a post-Brexit world, and Star Wars, this is the droid you’re looking for!
Do The Thing
The Phoenix Players
Bryn and Stuart take written suggestions of as-yet-unseen Doctor Who adventures the audience would like to see performed on stage. No previous knowledge of Doctor Who is required to enjoy the show, though Stuart will insist on dropping deep cuts for the fans.
We hope to see you at the show! Follow along with the event on all social media channels by using the hashtag #phoenixremixlive