One man. One suggestion. One completely improvised show. Two-Time Canadian Comedy Award winner David Shore performs The One-Man Harold.
The Harold is the most commonly known type of long-form improvisation. From an audience suggestion a Harold team of five to ten people perform an opening that inspires a series of scenes and group games. As The Harold progresses, characters from different scenes begin to interact and story lines start to come together.
Designed to be performed by a minimum of five people, David Shore will perform The Harold completely alone. He will play every character in every scene and every group game.
Saturday, July 18th
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
The Omnibus Theatre
1 Clapham Common Northside
London SW4 0QW
£10 at the door