Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Improv on ITV

In a rare sign of boldness in ITV comedy commissioning, the network is making a pilot for Dream Date, an improvised stand-up show in which a group of comedians act out the ups and downs of a fictional relationship between two single audience members who have not met before.

As Media Guardian (free registration required) reports, ITV controller of comedy Sioned Wiliam commissioned the pilot after seeing the improv show at the Latchmere pub in Battersea, south London.

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