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Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

For the last few weeks I’ve been doing some improv classes with the good folks at Sprout. We’ll be putting on a show at the beginning of December. So if you want to see me possibly falling on my ass in performance and the other more talented folks from the course make a date for the evening of December 6th at The George on the Strand in London. Show time is around 8pm and tickets on the door will be (I think) a fiver. Would be fun to see you there.

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