Notflix – The Improvised Musical
Because everything is better as a musical!
Netflix combines the taste profiles of 98 million users to create a perfectly ideal viewing experience…
Notflix combines the taste profiles of a room full of theatre go-ers to create a brilliantly hilarious and completely improvised viewing experience – a full musical.
The all female cast of ‘Notflix’ (otherwise known as ‘Waiting For The Call Improv’) use audience suggestions of recently watched films to create a brand new, fully improvised, one-night-only film musical inspired by one audience member’s idea and explanation.
The Notflix girls have made their mark on the comedy, improv and musical group scenes with a unique and niche blend of all three styles; something which is extremely rare and hard to achieve. Notflix also features a live band and they have developed their own original in-house long-form style of musical improvisation, making them one-of-a-kind amongst UK musical and improvisation groups.
Notflix has become a hugely popular and well recognised brand – the girls completely sold out their runs at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016-7, moving to Gilded Balloon’s flagship venue The Debating Hall in 2018. On top of this, they’ve sold out at London’s Vaults Festival and received a ‘High Commendation’, been featured in the Sunday Times, Marie Claire and Ellie Magazines and received nominations at the Musical Comedy and Funny Women Awards.
‘Roaringly funny and incredibly talented young women‘ – Broadway Baby
‘Professional, fun and effortlessly funny‘ – Musical Talk
‘The performers here really go for it with quality jokes, snappy lyrics and unselfconscious physical comedy’ – Reviews Hub
‘A little piece of theatrical genius’ – North West End
‘One of those groups that can improvise their way out of anything’ – Three Weeks
‘A well oiled machine…flawless. Notflix had the audience eating out of their palms’ – Live Review
‘Give them the Tony Award right now’ – Pint and a Play
‘If you’ve never witnessed a piece of improvised theatre, prepare to have your eyes opened.’ – West End Frame