The Suggestibles Impro Pantso

@ Arts Centre Washington

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09 December 2017

8pm

£14.00

It’s a Panto, but not as you know it! There’s No Script (EEK!), No Score (WHAT?) and No Kids (OH YES THERE IS!) – well, only of the naughty big variety.

Your suggestions inspire the hilarious characters, ingenious songs, and all the unexpected twists and turns in this entirely improvised Christmas cracker of a show.

Be Prepared for: an off-the-wall epic tale of good versus evil, to roll into the aisles laughing, to raise the roof singing, and Be Warned: The Suggestibles put the X into Xmas.

 “One of the hottest comedy tickets in the Northeast” The Guardian

You might expect goodies, baddies, fairies and furries, soppy love songs, scary bits and bags of sweets, but most of all, expect the unexpected! Cos it’s your suggestions that inspire the crazy characters, ingenious songs and all the imaginative twists and turns in this entirely improvised Christmas cracker of a show.

“As unexpected treats go this Christmas, they’ll not come any better than this” The Crack

Book Early! Last year’s show was a sell-out.

“There’s nothing more satisfying than comedy which makes you ache with laughter – and the Suggestibles provide exactly that… it seems there is no end to their talents” The Journal

“Two hours of comedy gold.” Shields Gazette

“The best thing to happen to hilarity since the advent of the laugh!” NARC

“The best bit is watching and willing them to dig their way out of the ludicrous hole they’ve just put so much effort into digging for themselves in the first place” The Chronicle

“If you’re coming in from the cold, The Suggestibles may just change your perception of what live comedy is all about.” Gigglebeats

“Northeast comedy giants” What’sOn

Suitable Age 18+ (can contain strong language and adult themes)

Running Time: 2hrs 30mins. Incl. Interval.

Venue
Arts Centre Washington
Biddick Lane
Fatfield
Washington
Tyne and Wear
NE38 8AB

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