Avid Fans of WLIIA, and clueless friends brought by those avid fans, will be in stitches for 2 hours straight!
Don’t fear being brought on stage – they take volunteers!! Get on stage!! It will make your night a million times more exciting, if possible!!! Also, you may just get an incredible message from Dan Patterson, the shows creator and producer!
@LouisaCorr hi Louisa. Glad you enjoyed the show and thanks for being a great volunteer. Really like your art too. All best, dan Patterson
— Dan Patterson (@1DanPatterson) July 2, 2015
I went to last nights performance on Canada Day!! 1st July 2015 (Colin was beside himself with Canadian pride….!) I have watched every episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway and I don’t think I stopped laughing once.
Colin Mocherie was Colin Mocherie. No more needs to be said!
Brad Sherwood gave every song and performance everything he had in him, you just wanted him to keep going and going…and colin made sure he did! Brad had you crying with laughter and ‘dreaming of a house together’ ;~)
They take volunteers to go up on stage rather than choosing themselves – so take full advantage of that…I did as you can tell the song was obviously about my beauty…in my art…
Tony Slattery was fantastic and wore a very perfectly awful, bright, yellow, Hawaiian shirt that are so classically worn by at least one Whose Line performer at a time!
Greg Proops was charmingly brilliant, so clever, really polite and down to earth!
Clive Anderson was a joy but found it difficult to control the audience which only added to the humour!
The ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway’ show in London at the Aldephi Theater in London was side splittingly funny! It was everything I had hoped for and more! They performed most of the classic improv games…questions only, party quirks, lines from a hat, song styles, sound effects (audience participation), moving bodies (audience participation)! The cast included, host Clive Anderson, funniest man Colin Mocherie, incredible singer Brad Sherwood, charming Greg Proops, and British funny man Tony Slattery. It is currently showing at the Aldephi Theater! Get down there if you can for an evening you won’t forget!