Alex Leam: Improv Provocateur

Comedy (improv, stand-up)

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Description

'This was such good fun. A lovely team, new games and actual physical danger! See it, play it, love it!' (Tony Slattery). Back for it's fifth full run at the Fringe, Improv Provocateur is the panel show that is the illegitimate child of improv and stand-up. Four different guest players each night are put through various rounds of edgy, original, near-the-knuckle improvised comedy games, designed to test the bravest of performers. Much sought-after Handsome Certificate for the winner. Humiliation for the loser.

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Mark Emmerson 32 days ago

Loved Van Gogh talking about Garlic Bread. It was priceless. Seeing a grown man cry for 2 minutes while repeating 'garlic bread' 7 times.
The rest of the show involved the little bird banging on about kids being a mistake.
I might go again, i want to see the van gogh garlic bread routine once more ;-)

Joshua Seigal 45 days ago

We went on Saturday night, and the place was packed. It was extremely chaotic but totally enjoyable. We had a great time. The audience got quite rowdy, and the resulting material was pretty near the knuckle, but for me this definitely added to the fun. Recommended.


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