THE beauty and danger of going to an improv show is simply that you have no idea what you’re going to get.
But in the hands of Paul Merton and chums Richard Vranch, Lee Simpson, Mike McShane and Suki Webster there was never anything to be worried about.
Taking cues from the audience, the group worked their way through wide-ranging topics from a wind turbine cleaner in the Caribbean, a flight to Mars with Nigel Farage and an interview with a cycling coach for cheetahs.
With no planned preparation for the show, the group were reliant on their own talents to keep the show moving forward.
And the performers were certainly made to draw upon all their experience.
Paul Merton’s Impro Chums is exactly what you hope every improv group to be, funny, confident and not afraid to take on the more bizarre audience suggestions.
An incredible show from start to finish that you could watch every night with no fear of any hesitation, deviation or repetition.