‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ comes to London this Christmas

The legendary improv show Whose Line is it Anyway? returns this Christmas for a special 30th anniversary celebration at the Royal Albert Hall in London. 

Three performances will take place across two nights in the hall, complete with familiar faces like Coli Mochrie, Josie Lawrence, Charles Esten, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood and Jeff Davis, with musicians Laura Hall and Linda Taylor joining. 

At the helm will be the shows original host, Clive Anderson. 

The show originally began as a radio show from BBC, getting transformed into a television show by Channel 4 in 1988. Four performers improvise a variety of scenes and characters with certain themes given to them by either the audience or predetermined prompts from the host. 

The show aired in the UK until 1998, hosted by Clive Anderson with well-known comedians like Paul Merton, Sandi Toksvig, Greg Proops, Stephen Fry and more as the guest performers. It’s success in the UK saw the show land a spot on American TV from 1998, continuing on to today with many of the show performers having appeared in the UK and US versions. 

Christmas will see the performers play classic games like Hoedown, Props, Greatest Hits, as well as Song, Film and Theatre styles. Each show will be slightly different to the last due to the nature of Whose Line is it Anyway?. 

The show dates are as follows:

15 December 2018 – Royal Albert Hall, London (21:30 show)
16 December 2018 – Royal Albert Hall, London (14:00 show)
16 December 2018 – Royal Albert Hall, London (18:00 show)

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