Whose Line is it Anway? 30th Anniversary Christmas Show | Royal Albert Hall London  | Sat 15th December 2018 Lineup

Whose Line is it Anway? 30th Anniversary Christmas Show

Royal Albert Hall in London

Saturday 15th December 2018

9:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 16

Legendary improv show Whose Line is it Anyway? comes to the Royal Albert Hall in 2018 to celebrate its 30th birthday.

 
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Whose Line is it Anway? 30th Anniversary Christmas Show on Saturday 15th December 2018

Saturday 15th December, 9:30pm

Sunday 16th December, 2:00pm, 6:00pm

With an exclusive run of three live festive shows, highly-skilled and hilarious stars including Colin Mochrie, Josie Lawrence, Charles Esten, Mike McShane, Brad Sherwood, and Jeff Davis, together with multi-talented musicians Laura Hall and Linda Taylor, will join original host Clive Anderson on the Royal Albert Hall stage for classic and new improv games – some of which will involve participation from brave members of the audience… Whose Line Is It Anyway? offers a unique and entirely different show every night!

As a special Christmas treat, you can expect the following classic Whose Line is it Anyway?games to be played on our iconic stage:
Hoedown
Props
Greatest Hits
Song Styles
Film and Theatre Styles

30 years ago, Whose Line is it Anyway? appeared on Channel 4 for the very first time, reshaping the landscape of TV comedy. The show went on to become an even bigger hit over in the US, where it has aired from 1998. To this day, Whose Line still attracts the best improvisers in the world, all with super dextrous minds and lightning reactions; this popular classic is as fresh and exciting as it has always been.

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