PAUL MERTON'S IMPRO CHUMS
MORE DATES COMING SOON
Paul Merton, one of the UK's best-loved performers, and his world renowned Impro Chums: Mike McShane, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch and Suki Webster will create a new and unique comedy show, based entirely on suggestions from the audience, their own finely honed improvisational skills and an almost manic compulsion to show off. Special guests may also be joining them including: Niall Ashdown, Andy Smart and Steve Steen*
"You could see this every night and never tire of it....they continue to be the finest exponents of the improv art"
***** Daily Mirror
"Merton's Chums are some of the most seasoned performers in this field and know just how to work the games, the suggestions and the audience for maximum effect...Pure hilarity"
******British Theatre Guide
"FEW CAN GO COMEDY COMMANDO AS WELL AS THIS BUNCH"
*4 performers will join Paul on each performance.
Presented by Mick Perrin Worldwide in association with
Mandy Ward Artist Management
"I loved it. I was in hysterics. My eyes watered."
"They are masters of the tricky art of improvisation and their lightning fast wit fuelled by intelligence and a great sense of fun will leave you with a laughter-induced stitch and a spring in your step."
"Improv is tough enough but to do it with as much charm and wit as these guys do is quite amazing"
"They were quite marvellous ...an evening of extraordinary intellectual brilliance" ...read review
"Paul Merton and his Chums created a magical evening of fun and laughter ...The whole show was a great success from beginning to end" ...read review
"You cannot help but marvel at the intelligence and quick wit ...The chums are an excellent mix and exceedingly likeable- unlike anything I had seen before" ...read review
"Paul Merton's Impro Chums is a delight...
Clever, laugh-out-loud, silly fun" ...read review
"Merton and his pals were wonderfully silly. We laughed so much our faces ached. Comedy shows can't get a better recommendation than that." ...read review
"The funniest show that I have seen for many a year ... I left the Corn Exchange with my face aching from laughter"