Episode 11: Sport, Art and other Reinterpretations

Episode 11 arrives with a bang as we make comedy out of all the big issues. Prisons, healthcare, murder art you name it. And with a fantastic cast to boot!

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What constitutes an artistic statement? Where is the line between loyalty and happiness among thieves? And how far can you push a healthcare worker before they snap? All this and more to be found on this month’s episode.

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CAST

jamesJames Witt trained in Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting after he had completed his degree in English and Drama and Theatre Arts, University of Birmingham. He’s a founding member of Music Box : The Improvised Comedy Musical which has been performing regularly since 2009. Other long term projects include Pirates! (Improv Adventures on the High Seas) and This Is Soap (The Improvised Soap) which he also directed. He also performs regularly with Hoopla Impro and Story Kitchen Impro‘s Theatresports! London troupe.  Other theatre credits include UnmythableNewsrevue and Shakespeare for Breakfast.

Ali Burton HeadshotAlexandra Burton recently performed in two plays at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with Fourth Monkey Theatre Company and is a member of the Actor’s Club with Director’s Cut Theatre Company. She trained at The BRIT School, Guildhall and is a member of The National Youth Theatre. She is also working on a short film Missing Shade of Blue directed by Sami Abdul- Razzak. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram!

Mike Lash HeadshotMike Lash is an actor, an open-mic stand-up comedian and improviser with Talking Dog, Kanga & Roo and Story Kitchen Impro. As an actor he trained with LAMDA, Brunel and City Lit. As an improviser, he trained with Monkey Toast and as a stand-up honed his high-energy absurdist set with Amused Moose. You can also follow him on Twitter!

 

CREDITS

Art or Artefact by Brendan Way
Curator – Alexandra Burton
Derek – Mike Lash

Gary & Barry by Nicholas Wooster
Gary – Mike Lash
Barry – James Witt

Netballers by Danny Antrobus
Anchor – Edmund Fargher
Reporter – James Witt

Fitting Tribute by Ian Briggs
Doctor  – Alexandra Burton
Kensington – James Witt

Voiceover Sketch by Robert Mills
Producer – Mike Lash
Clarisa – Alexandra Burton

No More Experts by Eliot Stewart
Man – James Witt
Cop – Alexandra Burton

Political Views by Jane McCutcheon and Vivienne Riddoch
Person 1 (Waiter) – James Witt
Person 2 (Retailer) – Mike Lash
Person 3 (Customer) – Alexandra Burton
VO (Hold Music) – Alexandra Burton
Person 4 (Award Winner) – Mike Lash

Hosted by Edmund Fargher
Produced by Katharine Kerr

Episode 10: Technology, Dieting and other Preoccupations – SKETCH, PLEASE!

Sketch, Please! is back to slam dunk 2017 with brand  new sketches from brand new writers and a cast  of brand  new performers!

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New Year’s resolutions include: Communicate better with your household gadgets. Redecorate your home with a superior Stone Henge. And make sure your apocalypse is suitably passive aggressive. All this and  more within!

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If you would like to submit a comedy sketch or volunteer as a performer on the show, check the guidelines on our Submissions Page and get in touch by midnight on SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19TH 2017

CAST

file-22-01-2017-11-46-50Sean McInerny is a part of London’s Theatresports Company Story Kitchen Impro  and can be seen taking part in Maestro at The London Improv Theatre and Theatresports once a month at The Miller. He is also part of improv group Electric Priests and sketch group Hiya Pet.

file-22-01-2017-11-47-15Andrew Rodgers is a part  of  several comedy  acts including sketch group The Pretty Faces, improv team Left Foot First and much more besides. The Pretty Faces are hosting a sketch show at the Backyard Comedy Club on 14th February.

file-22-01-2017-11-47-28Susan Cunningham is an improviser and comedian as part of The 2 Stoozes, a comedy duo with Stacey Hemphill.


CREDITS

Public House by Eliot Stewart
Barman – Sean McInerny
Customer – Susan Cunningham
Old Tim – Andrew Rodgers

Star Trek Budget Cuts by Daniel Page
Captain – Sean McInerney
Admiral – Susan Cunningham
Number 1 – Andrew Rodgers

Third Wheel by Edmund Fargher
Jane – Susan Cunningham
Mel – Sean McInerney
A.L.E.X.A. – Andrew Rodgers

Medical  Students by Robert Mills
Doctor – Sean McInerney
Miller – Susan Cunningham
Foster – Andrew Rodgers

Forecast for Female Weather Forecasters written by Robert Mills, performed by Susan Cunningham

Flatpack Stone Henge by Danny Antrobus
Husband – Andrew Rodgers
Wife – Susan Cunningham
Delivery Man – Sean McInerney

Last Judgment by Stephanie Weston
Angel 1 – Sean McInerney
Angel 2 – Andrew Rodgers
Angel 3 – Susan Cunningham

Papaya Diet by Henrik Persson
Greg – Andrew Rodgers
Sam – Susan Cunningham
Nick – Sean McInerny

Hosted by Edmund Fargher
Produced by  Katharine Kerr

Episode 12: Madeleine the Psychiatrist – ED & FRIENDS

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Who wears a scarf and forgot to take a picture with this week’s guest? That guy.

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