The Suggestibles Impro Pantso

@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

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15 December 2017

8.00pm

£16.50

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.

This Christmas, Newcastle’s legendary improv comedy troupe wreak hilarious havoc on our ‘Wizard of Oz set’.

Your suggestions inspire the crazy characters, ingenious songs, and all the unexpected twists and turns in this entirely improvised festive-fun-ride like no other.

Expect goodies, baddies, fairies and furries, soppy love songs and comedy gold. Be prepared for an off-the-wall epic tale of good versus evil, to roll into the aisles laughing, to raise the roof singing, but most of all, expect the unexpected.

And Be Warned: The Suggestibles put the X into Xmas.

“One of the hottest comedy tickets in the Northeast” The Guardian
“As unexpected treats go this Christmas, they’ll not come any better than this” 
The Crack
“The best thing to happen to hilarity since the advent of the laugh!” NARC
“There’s nothing more satisfying than comedy which makes you ache with laughter – and the Suggestibles provide exactly that” The Journal

Running time: 2 hours 30mins (incl. interval)
Suitable ages: 18+ (contains strong language and adult themes)

The Suggestibles have been raising comedy roofs in the Northeast for 13 years. Their Impro Pantso has sold out at Northern Stage for 10 years.

Venue
Queen's Hall
Beaumont Street
Hexham
NE46 3LS

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