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OFFSTAGE Theatre Group presents

Tony Slattery's Crimes Against Improv

26 January
Tony Slattery's Crimes Against Improv

Produced by Barnaby Eaton-Jones

Yes, it's Tony Slattery and a team of local improvisers pitting their wits against each other. They'll be doing silly things because the audience say so. During the course of the evening, with comedy improvisation on trial, the audience will decide at the end whether the verdict is GUILTY or NOT GUILTY. Will Mr. Slattery be locked up in improvisation hell forever? Only you can decide.

Come along and find out whether the improvisers escape out of an open window or are locked under the stage forever.

A member of the famous Comedy Store Players, Tony Slattery has appeared as a regular on Channel 4's 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?', as well as appearing in films such as 'Peter's Friends', 'To Die For', 'The Crying Game' and 'How To Get Ahead In Advertising'. He's also made appearances in BBC's 'Robin Hood' series, ITV's 'Kingdom', 'Coronation Street' and 'Bad Girls'. His stage work includes the lead in 'Me & My Girl' and new 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Royal Albert Hall. Also featuring David Clarke, Barnaby Eaton-Jones, Allan Lear, Horston Longsail and Verity Smith.

Information

Not suitable for those aged under 16

Times & Prices

Date Time Venue Full Price Concessions
Saturday, 26th January 2019 19:45 Main House £12.50 -