Schutte the Unromantic
24th May @ Omnibus Theatre for Engine Room
30th June @ The Nursery Theatre, London
3rd July @ Etcetera Theatre, London
19th July @ Sweet Venues, The Iron Duke, Brighton
26th July @ Hoopla Improv Theatre, The Miller, London
Katy Schutte is not a romantic.
Schutte the Unromantic is Katy's new storytelling stand-up comedy show fresh from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, written and performed by Katy Schutte (Happily Never After/Knightmare Live/Who Ya Gonna Call?). This is the story of her trying to find love despite freezing up at chocolates, serenades and thoughtful surprises. For the record, Katy is perfectly happy to put Baby in a corner (where she has a great view of the room).
Praise for Katy’s previous work:
“Hilarious” – Colin Mochrie, “Bloomin’ Marvellous” - David Schneider, “Brilliant!” – Matthew Holness.
★★★★★ Three Weeks (for Who Ya Gonna Call?)
★★★★★ Broadway Baby (for Happily Never After)
★★★★★ Edinburgh Reviews (for Knightmare Live)
About the show:
Schutte the Unromantic is an autobiographical account of the romantic gestures that I have experienced in my life whilst being wholly uncomfortable with romance. The arc of the show follows the storyline of our most famous RomCom movies, but the touchstones are all moments from my life. I am currently looking for touring opportunities, so please get in touch.
I've written, directed and devised shows for myself and also with Tom Adams, Emma Frankland and Laura Mugridge. Largely though, I'm an improviser and travel all around Europe and the US teaching and performing longform improvisation. I'm a Funny Women Finalist and winner of the Brighton Festival Best Comedy Show award. I've just written my first book on longform which will be published later this year. I'm also an actor with roles in site-specific theatre, comedy shorts and TV commercials. I've recently been performing with Knightmare Live at the Udderbelly and in a Tim Burton inspired musical at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.