Introducing the world to our full-length shows, No Second Thoughts saw four radically different stories played out in front of spring audiences. Monks healed armadillos, King Harold banned universities in the South of England, a gristle factory owner hatched an evil plot involving local schoolchildren and, on the last night, we discovered why D-Day actually happened in Bermuda.
First performed in December 2002, with Christmas in the air and Andrew Pontzen on keyboards, our fully-improvised pantomime has since toured to venues across the south of England.
Our first touring show, with a smaller cast drawn from previous productions. A darker, more dramatic style, combined with more intimate studio venues, we took the show to theatres in Cambridge, London and Peterborough, as well as a run at The Zoo in August at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
It's the end of the world! Trapped in a theatre, unable to continue our play, we improvise stories from your ideas. A unique mix of comedy, music, puppets and actors doomed to die.
The Uncertainty Division invite you to join them for a drink - and some songs, stand up and anything else fun. Unwind from the stresses of Edinburgh with a light-hearted take on the world, at C Cabaret Bar throughout the Festival.
Take three actors, add an audience and give them enough ideas for an eighteen minute story - 18 Minutes was first performed at The Space, Mudchute E14 in August 2005.
A completely new show in November 2007: half-remembered fairy tales, audience suggestions and improvisation combine to rediscover tales that you thought you knew, and ones you've never even imagined.