Spontaneous Potter on Wednesday 23rd January 2019
Ladies and gentlemen, witches and wizards! Grab your wands, don your house robes, and apparate yourselves to The Frog and Bucket. A very magical improv show awaits...
Spontaneous Potter is an entirely improvised Harry Potter comedy play, based on an audience suggestion of a fanfiction title. An entirely new Potter adventure is magically improvised on the spot - with live musical accompaniment!
Brought to you by the comedy improvisers behind the critically-acclaimed and award-winning 'Spontaneous Sherlock'.
Note: Spontaneous Potter is an unofficial show that is not endorsed by or affiliated with Warner Bros., JK Rowling or her publishers. All rights to the ‘Harry Potter’ books and associated trademarks are the property of JK Rowling / her publishers. All film / image rights associated with the film series are property of Warner Bros.
Tickets: £7. Available on the door, or in advance online.
Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm.
Previous praise for Spontaneous Sherlock:
'Unbeatably clever' - Edinburgh Guide (★★★★★)
'Flawlessly executed improv comedy... pure, unadulterated hilarity' - EdFringeReview (★★★★★)
'Side-splitting laughter across the entirety of the performance' - Three Weeks (★★★★★)
Derek Award, Best PBH Show Edinburgh Fringe 2017 (Winners)
'Raucously funny... the highlight of the Fringe so far!' - TV Bomb (★★★★)
'It’s no surprise that Spontaneous Sherlock has punters lining up along the pavement... if you're a fan of Sherlock, you must see this show' - Broadway Baby (★★★★)
'Spontaneous Sherlock is an infectiously riotous whirlwind of a show... orders of magnitude better than Benedict Cumberbatch' - EdFringeReview (★★★★)
'Professional quality improv done so, so right... certainly an event which lives up to its own hype' - Edinburgh49 (★★★★)
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