Saturday 24th June: Ten Thousand Million Love Stories plus The Society For The Improvement of Mankind In All Its Flaws And Wonders and Bumper Blyton

A two-person, multi-character improvised longform with Heather Urquhart and Jules Munns. Ten Thousand Million Love Stories is a show about love, what it means and how we succeed and fail in it.

“Clever, complicated, and relevant . . . Could this be the future of comedy?” – Fringe Guru

“The perfect balance between realism and comedy slapstick . . . as funny as it was impressive” – Brighton’s Finest

The Society is part-show and part self-help group. Don’t worry, you are already a member. The society is composed of all of those who believe in the great and unrealised potential of mankind, including Nursery improvisers and even members of the audience. The society improvise what is, was and should be. Mankind needs us all.

The picnic hamper’s packed, so cast yourself back to the 1940s when you could delight in lashings of ginger beer, a mouth full of tongue sandwich or get your lips round a nice spotted dick!

In this riotous improvised spoof of the nation’s most beloved author, the all-star cast spin an entirely new adventure for grown-ups using audience suggestions and inspiration from the Blyton classics! Bumper Blyton features an Eton mess of all-star comedians from across the UK improv circuit.

‘Delightfully silly’ ***** (ThreeWeeks). ‘They’re phenomenal’ **** (RemoteGoat.com). ‘Pick of the Fringe’ (DailyRecord). ‘Plenty of laughs’ (BroadwayWorld.com)

8pm, The Nursery Theatre, Liverpool Street, £8

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