Rhymes against Humanity

Saturday 8 December 2018

7:30 pm : Main stage/ Seated

16+

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General admission: £10.00 + booking fee

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RHYMES AGAINST HUMANITY – The Improvised Musical
Rhymes Against Humanity is the Midlands’ highly acclaimed improvised musical. No scripts, no pre-prepared tunes.  Just a non-stop joyride of musical hilarity that’s all being created in the moment.

The show starts with the title of a brand-new musical being picked from a hat full of audience suggestions. Then, from the opening number through to the very last note of the finale, everything is being created on the spot. This is improvised comedy at its most thrilling.

“The group’s timing, imagination, quick wit and speedy reactions are perfection. The members work so well together they must surely all be telepaths!” – Behind the Arras

 

Doors: 7.30pm

First act: 8pm

Interval: 8.40pm

Second act: 9pm – 10pm

 

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Rhymes against Humanity

RHYMES AGAINST HUMANITY – The Improvised Musical
Rhymes Against Humanity is the Midlands’ highly acclaimed improvised musical. No scripts, no pre-prepared tunes.  Just a non-stop joyride of musical hilarity that’s all being created in the moment.

The show starts with the title of a brand-new musical being picked from a hat full of audience suggestions. Then, from the opening number through to the very last note of the finale, everything is being created on the spot. This is improvised comedy at its most thrilling.

“The group’s timing, imagination, quick wit and speedy reactions are perfection. The members work so well together they must surely all be telepaths!” – Behind the Arras

 

Doors: 7.30pm

First act: 8pm

Interval: 8.40pm

Second act: 9pm – 10pm

 

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