Beyond The Ridiculous
Holly is the Artistic Director of Beyond The Ridiculous, an improvisational theatre company comprising of Holly’s previous students.
We all have voices in our heads. People we’ve met, aspects of ourselves, bizarre and banal creatures cobbled from emotions and memories. Instead of wishing they’d keep the noise down in there, the fools of Beyond The Ridiculous invite them out to play!
Fooling is a staggeringly versatile form of solo improvisation. Expertly facilitated by Fool Shaman Holly Stoppit, Beyond The Ridiculous is a chance to see courageous performers leaping off cliffs into the limitless possibilities of each moment. You may laugh, cry or stare dumbfounded and for once the voices in your head will discover they are not alone.
BEYOND THE RIDICULOUS ARE COMING OUT TO PLAY ON SATURDAY 8th DECEMBER 2018
Beyond The Ridiculous and Friends present a double bill of live shows at the Bristol Improv Theatre on December 8th 2018.
The shows start at at 2.30 and 7.30pm
Each performance will showcase 5 solo players, a combination of members of Beyond The Ridiculous and shiny new fools who've come up through Holly Stoppit's summer schools, as they playfully unpack their reality for all to see. You may find your own stories tangled in amongst the improvised play.
Come to one show (£8 / £6 concession) or both (£12 / £10 concession)
Saturday matinee starting 2.30pm click here.
Saturday evening starting 7.30pm click here.
For more info about the shows click here.
To find the facebook event click here.
Beyond The Ridiculous are available for hire for events, festivals and bespoke projects. Get in touch to find out more.
More about Beyond The Ridiculous:
“Both incredibly funny and incredibly moving”
Huffington Post review.
“Change your life, shake the doom from your hair. Go see Beyond the Ridiculous.”
Weston Super-Mum review
“The fools took the risk to be seen, and generously poured their hearts and souls onto the stage for us to splash in.”
Talking Cat Review
“I actually cried laughing.”
“It was so releasing. I feel in a much better place than when I walked in. Seeing everyone getting their crazy parts out made me feel connected to mine. But I push mine down. Seeing the performers release it all made me want to get out and play more.”
“I have definitely never seen anything like that before.”