Dates and Times
Sun 19 Apr & Sun 31 May 2020 at 7pm
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Presented by Do Not Adjust Your Stage
The Wunderkammer is the original award-winning hit improv comedy show from leading London-based group Do Not Adjust Your Stage (DNAYS). After hearing entertaining and informative TED-style talks from expert guest speakers, the group create an entirely improvised comedy show, inspired by the content of the talk. No two shows are ever the same!
After touring the UK, Europe and the USA, The Wunderkammer returns home to London for three exclusive dates at the Camden People’s Theatre in 2020. Each night, we welcome two guest speakers to give short talks on their areas of expertise. Previous speakers include a cloning scientist, a film critic, a piracy negotiation expert and a professional extreme snowboarder.
The cast of DNAYS includes award-winning writers, actors and comedians with a host of radio, TV and stage credits, including Murder in Successville (BBC3), Sketchorama (BBC Radio 4), Scrambled (CITV) and Spokke (Writers Guild of Great Britain Award Nominated)
“Fearless comedy to great effect” ★★★★★ Everything Theatre
“A superb masterclass in the art of improv comedy” ★★★★★ LondonTheatre1
“The thinking person’s improv night” ★★★★ Remote Goat
“Impressive” ★★★★ Three Weeks
“Excellent improv…absolutely marvellous” This Week London
Winner – Stagedoor’s Most Loved Show at VaultFest 2017
About the Company
Do Not Adjust Your Stage are an award-winning improvised comedy group who specialise in creating comedy in unusual locations, including museums, libraries and art galleries. While based in London, they have toured their hit show, The Wunderkammer, to theatres and festivals around the UK, Europe and the USA since 2014.