Playshop Live

April 19, 2014 at 11:52 pm | Posted in Show Review | Leave a comment
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I went to this regular Friday night live comedy show at the Paramount Theatre – well last Friday night.

It is an improvisation style of thing and its funny, live, unrehearsed, and has audience participation. It even has live music –  Amand Gerbault-Gaylor  on an electric keyboard. There is an MC – Samuel Phillips – to warm-up the audience (simon-says) and provide a bit of continuity between the various improvisations.

Each of the players took it in turn to do a short humourous monologue on a topic from the audience, then the four of them – Freya Daly Sadgy, ‘Lorry’  LeighOliver Devlin and  Jed Davies – and Sam pitch-in with some improvisations – all accompanied by Amand on his keyboard.

Laugh out load funny, at time riotous; worth a go.

 

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