Whose Line Is It Anyway... Live returns to the West End
The hit production, based on the 90s improv TV show, will run at the London Palladium
The West End improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? is set to return to the London stage in June for 14 performances.
Based on the 90's TV show of the same name, the production originally opened at the Adelphi Theatre last year.
The show, hosted on TV by Clive Anderson, will play at the London Palladium from 9 to 19 June, and reunites Anderson with the show's co-creators Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson, as well as Colin Mochrie, Josie Lawrence, Jeff Davis, Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood.
Anderson, said: "I'm excited that Whose Line Is It Anyway?... Live will be returning to the West End this summer for more unscripted, unrestrained comedy in our biggest venue to date. Sunday night and indeed every other night at the London Palladium. I'll be firmly - sometimes not so firmly - in charge as host of the show and looking forward to the best, and worst, audiences will throw at our talented improvisers this time round."
You can read our four star review of the 2015 production here.