Silly improvisation and comic calamity

Whose Turn? is back to raise a smile or two
Whose Turn? is back to raise a smile or two

IT is one thing doing stand-up – going before the great British public and rolling out the gags takes a certain character, and the ability to engage with an audience and flick off (successfully) the heckler brigade is no easy feat.

But to really think on your feet with no scripted dialogue?

Now that is a different ball game, and it’s one that the team behind the improvisational Whose Turn? sessions have been doing successfully for the past nine years.

The occasional events by new city quick thinkers operate every three or four months, and the next bash is this Saturday evening, at the Madcap Theatre in Wolverton.

The on-stage players haven’t a clue what the situations or characters will be, because the audience provide them.

Laughter and naughtiness will reign supreme at the cheery show, and with rosy red language and potentially rude subject matter at the fore, Whose Turn? is open to those aged 16 years and up.

Tickets are £8 on the door, a quid less if you purchase in advance.

Call MK 605502 or go online to www.whoseturn.org.uk and book online.