About the show
Based on the hit 90’s television show of the same name, Whose Line Is It Anyway? saw a group of unprepared comedians in a whole host of unscripted challenges dished out by the audience and host, Clive Anderson. Using quick-thinking, sharp-wit and uncontested improvisational skills, the group must come up with sketches and songs to earn points. Whose Line Is It Anyway? was first produced on Radio 4, before transferring to Channel 4 and airing from 1988 to 1999. Promising plenty of laughs and some genuinely silly gags, this impro show is not one to be missed.
Award-wining presenter and writer Clive Anderson hosts yet again, reunited with the show’s creators Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson, who are also responsible for the creation of Mock the Week. Comedy favourite Colin Mochrie is joined by regulars Josie Lawrence, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood and new face, Jeff Davis.
Continuing to air in the US, Whose Line Is It Anyway? remains as popular today as it first was, with unofficial versions opening at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Having returned to the West End after a successful previous run, Whose Line Is It Anyway? Live was packed full of ridiculous gags that will deliver one of the most entertaining evenings in London! Running for a limited two weeks, the show opened at London Palladium on June 9th and ran until June 19th 2016.
Recommended forFans of the 90’s television show will rejoice in seeing the live version onstage! Whose Line Is It Anyway? Live is relatively family friendly, but due to audience suggestion is not suited for young children.
Age Recommendations: Advised for ages 16+.