Who are we?
The Impronauts are the biggest and oldest Improvised Comedy troupe in Cambridge, and our members are a mixture of students from both universities, and locals. We love Improv because we get to create new stories, situations, emotions, and reactions every time we step on stage. Similarly, audiences love it because they get to help create something with their suggestions, and they know they’ve seen a genuinely unique show!
We mostly perform two kinds of show: Fast-paced shows full of games and skits; and long-form, movie-esque improvised stories.
Edinburgh Fringe 2019 saw the return of our “Improv Actually” show – an improvised romantic comedy. We used to take over the ADC Theatre Bar to perform Quickfire! in a cosy setting, but have now replaced it with Clickfire!. The Impronauts are also proud to have created a smash-hit project: Comic Sans Men. It is a series of shows run completely by women and non-binary performers and is being repeated this term as “Comic Sans Men Again“.
We occasionally perform immersive theatre experiences, as well as office parties, wandering character work etc. Send us a message!
Impronauts: Clickfire – Love Edition
£ FREE | Online
The Impronauts are back, and coming through your computers once again to deliver joy and laughter into your eyes and ears!
Watch our once-live-streamed improvised games on YouTube
We celebrated love in its many forms, so there’s something to warm everyone’s hearts.
Get Involved: Open Workshops
People often underperform in auditions. That’s why we don’t hold them.
Sadly our in-person Workshops are on hold due to the Covid-19 Lockdown, but we are running them online and entirely free.
If you would like to learn how to do Improv, or brush up on your skills, you are welcome to attend our Open Workshops, regardless of experience! It’s free, and it’s fun! From these workshops, we invite the most diligent, dedicated and passionate people to become Impronauts. Welcome aboard!
No high-pressure, gone-in-a-flash, easily-messed-up audition. Instead, we’ll work with you to hone your skills until you’re ready to join the troupe.
Of course, you can just come and have fun even if you don’t ever want to perform on stage!