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In Rhymes Against Humanity’s first show back since the pandemic, there was sport, romance and carb-theft.

From the suggestion “Love At The Olympics” the cast covered the story of two athletes competing in the Co-Ed Jam-nastics – a gymnastics event that also involves slicing bread and putting jam on it.

Our main character was the daughter of a pushy mum who wanted her to win the Jam-nastics event. Her love interest, an Australian called Flip Flop, had an evil coach who wanted him to murder his main rival. But Flip Flop rebelled.

Two commentators provided in-depth insight into the Jam-nastics, while “Brad The Bread” sought to sabotage the event (and the commentators’ break room) by stealing as much bread as he could. He also shot our musician for shouting out a pun.

All in all, it was great to be back playing to a fantastic crowd at Metronome in Nottingham.

The next musical we do could be titled by you! Make sure to check out our next show. It’s improv at its most thrilling!