Yes Anderson: The Improvised Wes Anderson Movie
  • Brighton Fringe

The films of Wes Anderson occupy a unique and vivid universe unto themselves. Love and yearning, complicated family dynamics, existential angst, typewriters, corduroy, suitcases and a whole lot of whimsy.Into that universe step Brightons long-established improv group, Tiny Dynamite. Their show will transport performers and audience alike into the twee, colourful and idiosyncratic world of Wes. Based on audience suggestions, the performers will spin an improvised comedic tale that will satisfy even the most hardened Wes-head. So put on your finest pith helmet, tracksuit or fur coat (or just come as you are) and enjoy a show that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you wish you had a really nice antique toy record player. Will Bill Murray be there? Who knows...

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