Below is a snapshot of current happenings, either on tour or forthcoming performances.
THE GUEST SPEAKER
The Guest Speaker
“Improv Worth Spreading”
A show where each performer stands alone to give an improvised speech on a topic suggested by you, the audience. In The Guest Speaker we fly solo, there are no life jackets and no parachutes. Just as well we’re not getting on a plane!
October 7: Paul Merton, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch & Suki Webster
October 14: Paul Merton, Niall Ashdown, Andy Smart & Suki Webster
October 21: Luke Sorba, Phil Whelans, Charlotte Gittins & Suki Webster
October 28: Mike McShane, Cariad Lloyd, Paul Foxcroft & Suki Webster
At Hoopla Comedy Club, The Miller pub, 96 Snowsfields, London Bridge, London SE1 3SS – Doors 7.30 show 8pm tickets £5.
OUT OF MY HEAD - PAUL MERTON
With Paul Merton, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch and Suki Webster.
Discover the bizarre workings of Paul Merton’s brain, as he muses on the mighty behemoth that is his noggin. Paul returns to his stand-up roots for the first time this century. Away from the ‘Have I got News For You’ desk Paul Merton proves he’s got legs.
A night of sketches, music, magic, variety and dancing girls (two of them aren’t girls).
See the video below:
Who was the American that came to London for the love of a Queen, only to end up as a skeleton in St. James’s Park? Meet Robert James Moore, far from home and without his medication. A new play from Mike McShane, with Mike McShane as Robert James Moore and Suki Webster as the United Kingdom.
PAUL MERTON'S IMPRO CHUMS
Paul Merton and his highly acclaimed Impro Chums are wonders of nature. Impro Chums take audience suggestions and create cascades of fantastic tumbling laughter. Most of the time. The Impro Chums are Paul Merton, Suki Webster, Richard Vranch, Lee Simpson and Mike McShane.
“Every year they bring the house down… a testimony to their brilliance and consistency…you could see this every night and never tire of it” ***** Mirror.
“These are masters of their craft and there wasn’t a dull moment . Terrific fun” – Manchester Evening News
“A masterful demonstration of improvised comedy” The Daily Telegraph