355 days after the sold out show, Improv Comedy is coming back to Peterborough with an impressive line-up of the UK’s top talent.
Like last year, top comedy talent Matthew Gurney and David Sands led the show but but this time they have also dragged in Tammy Broskom.
Joining in the improv comedy fun will be stars from the TV sitcom ‘Small World’, Ace Mahbaz and Brian Duffy. Small World has taken the country’s deaf community by storm since being released online on Christmas Day.
The cherry on the cake is none other than Peterborough’s social media kingpin, Jason Sharpe. He will host the show popular show.
The venue is the Key Theatre’s Studio Theatre
So what is Improv Comedy?
Improv Comedy is a improvisation comedy show inspired by the legendery TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. There are 12 games for the performers to perform on spot WITHOUT script or rehearsal!
Even the audience will get the chance to get involved and throw challenges at the performers and the performers will improvise on the spot, making you cry with laughter!
See a review of last year’s performance here
Doors opened at 6pm, so you can have a drink and chat before the show starts at 7pm. The show is about 90 minutes long with a break in between.
Tickets are available through Jason Sharpe. Jason will be at:
- Costa Coffee in Queensgate in Peterborough City Centre between 1pm and 3pm on Saturday 7th February
- March Deaf Club on 6th February
- Peterborough Deaf Drop-in on 11th February from 12:30pm
- Peterborough Deaf Club on 14th February from 7pm
- Also you can send email or text email@example.com and 07921 334117 for more information
- A small amount of tickets also be available online here
- What: Deaf Improv Comedy
- When: March 28th from 6pm
- Where: Key Theatre Peterborough
- Cost: £10 or £14 on the night