Three teams go head to head on Friday night (1 December) at Repertory Invercargill in an Improv battle for the ages.
Repertory Invercargill’s Unscene Theatre and Dunedin’s Improsaurus will astound and delight with their witty banter and impromptu shenanigans – all unscripted and all for a good cause, supported by The House Series.
The three teams will be judged in their head to head to head stoush by one of Invercargill’s brightest social media stars, Invercargill City Libraries and Archives’ Jay Coote, Improv aficionado Daniel Everest, and a special guest judge from the Southland Foodbank.
Proceeds from the show will go directly to the Southland Foodbank in time for Christmas, where it’s needed most.
Entry is either $10 cash or $5 and an item for the Foodbank – door sales only.
The House Series’ Jade Gillies says the evening is such a great, all-round opportunity.
“People can come and support some great local talent, see some visiting performers, have a great night out and all while supporting a great cause,” he says.
“Come and laugh all the way to the Southland Foodbank.”
Unscene Theatre: Improv Night!
Corner Jed and Esk St
Door sales only: $10 or $5 and an item to donate to the Southland Foodbank
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