Fancy some improv in the afternoon? Yes and Another Thing focuses on drama

Yes and Another Thing

Yes And Another Thing! aims to be an improvised theatrical production, focusing on the drama and characters rather than the more typical comedy style seen at the Fringe.

Directed by Ed Cottrell, the performers will guide the audience through a new story every day,  11-13 August at 2pm, at The Lion and Unicorn.

Artistic director Ed Cottrell has created over 200 improvised works including topics such as the News of the World scandal and people trafficking. The instant improvised sketch shows rely on the experience of performers gained in workshops of voice work, movement and creative individuality. The young company will have worked exclusively with Ed Cottrell over a period of 20 weeks to prepare for Yes And Another Thing!

The PPP Theatre Group is inspired by participation in and watching Ed Cottrell’s BYT Experimental Theatre Group. BYT has twice represented the UK at the Cairo International Festival of Experimental Theatre and at venues in Britain and abroad.

Apart from running BYT for 40 years, Ed Cotrell has been a lecturer in further and higher education, head of performance art at South Thames College, Putney and teacher at Arts Educational School. Ed spent 8 years as Stage Director of the Royal Albert Hall, responsible for the overall presentation of 300 shows a year.

PPP Theatre Group is a new project, intended to take the work on for another 40 years.

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