I had nearly forgotten, it’s been 10 years. Damn pandemic messed with our concept of time. But here I am, 10 years on looking back on what performing an improvised show with a stranger has taught me about Improv and
Improv is Dead, Long Live Improv!
All the World’s a stage And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts.
2016 – An Improvised Year In Review
AS 2016 draws to a close and we reflect on the turbulent year it has been on the political and celebrity bereavement front, the world of improv has been plowing away both in the limelight and behind the scenes around
2014 – An Improvised Year in Review
I have had quite a fortunate year in improv in 2014. Despite all the challenges life has thrown my way, all the ups and downs, improv is the reliable beacon of fun, community and self development. I’ve already talked about
Welcome to the (Improv) Family
As we approach the festive season, we are constantly reminded of how much Christmas is a time for family and friends. It’s the one time of the year when we give presents to people we don’t really like and get
Neil+1 Comedy Improv In July!
I’m excited to announce two upcoming Irish dates for “Neil+1“. * July 5th – South Bank Playhouse, Belfast * July 7th @ 5pm – Smock Alley Black Box Theatre, Dublin. Part of the 10 Days In Dublin Festival What is
London and Improv With A Large Dollop Of Sci-Fi!
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of popping over to London to perform at Impro Fest UK, a festival organised by Sprout Ideas. The festival ran for a week and I was there for 3 days of it. I