The Improvised Bond Movie!
Daniel Craig has pulled out of the next James Bond film. Tom Hiddleston is busy. Idris Elba has said no. Even Pierce Brosnan refuses to get involved. Award-winning improvised comedians Shaken Not Stirred give it a shot. Armed only with audience suggestions, they weave together a brand new completely improvised movie in the style of Britain’s favourite spy.
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Cast of 'Shaken Not Stirred'
Alexander Fox a stand-up and character comedian who’s been described as ‘excellent’ by Jack Dee and ‘one of the most unique comic voices at the Fringe’ by Theatre Weekly. He has written and performed two solo comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, which won critical acclaim and were featured as a ‘Recommended Show’ by The Guardian and on ‘Best Jokes of the Fringe’ lists in The Independent and GQ Magazine.
Sally Hodgkiss is an actress, playwright, and hugely influential female performer on the UK scene. In 2019 alone she played at Glastonbury Festival with the Stephen Frost Improv Allstars, with the Comedy Store Players, and alongside Clive Anderson, Tony Slattery, Greg Proops et al in ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ at the Edinburgh Fringe. Her theatrical performances at the Manchester Royal Exchange, the Sheffield Crucible and Shakespeare’s Globe among others saw her labelled ‘something of a young Victoria Wood’ by British Theatre Guide.
Dom O’Keefe He is a former director of acclaimed improv company the Oxford Imps and for whom he directed two sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festivals 2013 and 2014 and the Imps’ tour of the USA in 2015. He also developed their touring show ‘The Curious Case of the Improvised Musical’, and starred in their sell-out improvised Shakespeare show, ‘The Play’s the Thing!’ Dom has taken two solo shows to Edinburgh.
Scott Oswald has toured with theatre productions nationally and internationally, before establishing himself as a rising star of the London improv scene as a founding member of improvised rock documentary Jack Left Town.
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