The Ferris Wheel has spun!! WIT’s four fun nights at the Cavern Club as part of the 2017 Fringe Festival, are over. The Theatreview reviewer found opening night “Fresh and invigorating“. But there are still more wonderful Fringe shows to see (including some darn excellent improv shows) so grab your friends and enjoy some really alive entertainment.
If you’d like to learn improv, WIT’s beginners’ evening class The Joy of Improv has run in cheerful co-operation with the Wellington Community Education Centre for more than ten years. WIT’s 2017 courses are open for enrollment now, as these often book out, it’s worth signing up now!
Have you already completed WIT’s beginners’ course, or have equivalent experience with another troupe? Our intermediate Next Step Improv course runs twice a year, usually timed for after every-other Joy of Improv. The next course starts on May 11th.
WIT also has regular improv sessions for people who’ve completed both the beginners’ and intermediate classes or have equivalent experience. WITty Tuesdays begin Tuesday February 7th. We are in two venues for February, as room bookings in Wellington were made just a little bit more tricky than usual by that darn earthquake last year. Note also, a new time for this year: 6.20pm to 8.20pm
February 21 and 28 Irish Society, 10 Fifeshire Avenue (off Cambridge Terrace)
March, we will be back in the Mezzaine Room in the Central Library.
Cost will be Koha – pay something if you can, but don’t fret if you can’t.
Special Workshop March 18-99 March (attend either or both days): Book now for Vinny Francois, Storycrafting