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Website: The Oatmeal


As a web designer/developer, and lover of all-things ‘online’. I think it’s only right I can provide you good readers of Improv some other spiffing websites to visit [on the basis you'll come back to ours, ok?]. When doing website … Read the full article here.

MICHAEL McINTYRE: Life & Laughing


Improv Magazine’s first book review! Admittedly, I’m not a very good reader; now, I don’t mean that I don’t know the difference between ‘their’, ‘there’ and ‘they’re’, or DATILYKETOTALKLYKEDISlol, it’s just that I have a very short attention span. Which … Read the full article here.

The Chekhov Sketch Show: review


Descending into a small room beneath a teashop, while the light tinkle of Korobeiniki (more commonly recognised as the Tetris theme music) plays in the background certainly isn’t the most traditional way to enter a show by Anton Chekhov, however, … Read the full article here.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World


Release: 2010 Director: Edgar Wright Bryan Lee O’Malley, the man behind the Scott Pilgrim series of comics, could be referred to as no less than a genius – taking superheroes, 8-bit culture and awkward teen angst and amalgamating the three … Read the full article here.