Paul Merton & Suki Webster’s Impro Night
  • West End

An hour of sensational Improvised Comedy. Paul Merton and Suki Webster present a night of fast, and fabulously funny improvised games, scenes, stories and laugh out loud surrealism. All deftly conjured up on the spot and based on suggestions by you: The Audience! These two masters of Comedy Improvisation join forces to create cascades of laughter and joyful silliness.

PAUL MERTON: "Excellence" The Mirror
SUKI WEBSTER: "Webster is Hilarious" The Guardian

Paul Merton is a founder member of The Comedy Store Players and Paul Merton's Impro Chums. He is a regular guest on BBC Radio 4's Just A Minute. His TV appearances include: Have I Got News For You, Paul Merton The Series, Room 101, Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (BBC2), Paul Merton's Birth of Hollywood (BBC 2) and his travel series for Channel Five, (India, China and Europe.) His Autobiography, Only When I Laugh reached the Sunday Times bestseller Top 10

Suki Webster is one of the country's most experienced improvisers. She appears with "Paul Merton's Impro Chums," "The Comedy Store Players," "Eddie Izzard's One Word Impro," "Suki Webster's Guest Speaker" "Just a Minute" (R4) and Suki's play, My Obsession, which she wrote and starred in, was recently broadcast on Radio 4. She co-wrote and assistant directed Paul Merton's Birth of Hollywood (BBC 2)

Merton & Webster in Paul Merton's Impro Chums:
"They continue to be the finest exponents of the improv art" Daily Mirror

"There wasn't a dull moment throughout the entire show - this is improvised comedy at its very finest, by the best in the business." Three Weeks

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