Iain Lee headlines the comedy line-up at Spread Eagle

The latest season of shows at the Spread Eagle Theatre begins next week, with more comedy nights planned for the coming months, including appearances by headline acts Iain Lee, Rosie Wilby and Patrick Monahan.

Eagle ImprovThere is still a thread of studio drama at the High Street venue, with a couple of productions, Uninvited Guests (February 11-13) and Holmes Alone (March 6).

The 2015 season kicks off next Wednesday, January 14, with the first of the now regular Eagle Improv comedy sessions.

The producers describe the show as, “This most spiffing comedy improv outfit presents a monthly mashup of off-the-cuff games, daring tomfoolery and feats of extraordinary imagination… Featuring some of the biggest and best improv talent from London, the UK and beyond.”

Tickets for the Eagle Improv are just £5 each, and the improv comedy shows are also staged on February 4, March 11 and April 8.

 


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