08/07/2014 - Nina Berry
Having caught the Teeth in Eggcups fever from their performance at Midday to Midnight Festival at Alphabetti Theatre at the end of last month I was looking forward to an afternoon of super silly sketches!
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Alphabetti are looking for one male & one female for The System by Nina Berry.
A 10 minute short for Alphabetti Soup – The System – “A chance encounter between two strangers at the end of the world; all they have is themselves, the system and Oscar Wilde'.
Alphabetti’s ever popular sketch show – Teeth In Eggcups – that was called in 2012 “#newmontypython” by BBC Radio 4 producer of The Today Program – is back for a summer tour in July 2014!
Alphabetti are looking for one performer either male or female to join the sketch show troupe – actors should be dedicated, hard-working, have a passion for comedy, experience on the stage, confidence to sing / dance (even if badly but confidence to do so badly!), ability to improvise and experience in devising own work is desirable.
The wonderful John-Paul Stephenson came down to our matinee show of 3 Shorts on Thursday 21st November and wrote this lovely review for Giggle Beats.
Tucked above a city centre pub, the Alphabetti Spaghetti Theatre are doing some remarkable things to keep grass-roots culture alive and well in Newcastle.
We have been working extremely hard for the past couple of months in the Alphabetti Office to make sure we have the most entertaining and exiciting season lined up for you. And boy, you should be excited as we’ve travelled far and wide (well – to Edinburgh and back if we’re being totally honest) to find you some of the best new Theatre around.
Of course you can expect to see Alphabetti’s debut sketch show ‘ Teeth in Eggcups’ returning with EPISODE 2.Have your favourite pop group ‘ The Frootloops’ managed to patch up their artistic differences? We sure hope so!