Shaken Not Stirred: The Improvised James Bond Film

Comedy (improv, theatre)

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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 18 months

Description

Daniel Craig has pulled out of the next James Bond film. Tom Hiddleston's busy. Idris Elba said no. Even Pierce Brosnan refuses to get involved... For a fifth consecutive year, Shaken Not Stirred is back with a bang! Armed only with your suggestions, a stellar new cast weave together a totally original film in the style of the world's favourite spy. For your eyes only. 'Brilliantly funny and inventive... I would go every day if I could' (David Walliams). 'Quite simply the funniest show I have seen at the Fringe' ***** (EdFringeReview.com).

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Sue Grimshaw 30 days ago

There are many improv shows at Fringe and this particular show stands up as one of the better ones to watch. It is obvious that the cast involved have the talent to do this kind of performance as they were quick and witty and easily handled any suggestion that was thrown their way and even if there were any moments of hesitation as to where to take the story, they were handled with humour rather than embarrassed silence

Hope this show makes a return in 2020 as I would be very happy to watch them again

David Hellewell 33 days ago

Not quite so good as last year but still good and always a bit of a risk with improv.However good skills with all 3 actors and the lady actress who we didn’t see last year was impressive as were the 2 guys and pianist. Good but not great but will be on shortlist for 2020 to go with the ones we will definitely see

Rich Blaikie 40 days ago

Quick-thinking, highly adaptable improv at its best by some exceedingly talented people. I thoroughly recommend this as one of the finest ways to spend an hour of your life.

Fiona Hall 45 days ago

Highly recommend this show. Very funny and talented cast.

susan young 46 days ago

Very clever and quick witted this was great fun


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