Word on the Street – Book Launch

Comedy, Improv

Time Out says

What's the first page of Time Out you flip to every Tuesday? For lots of you, it's the 'Word on the Street' column: the most ridiculous things we've overheard in London that week. Well, we've taken our favourites from two years worth of magazines and curated them into a neat 'Word on the Street' book, which we're launching here at Foyles tonight. The book's editor, and Time Out's Editor-at-Large, Alexi Duggins will say some words, and then we've asked a few excellent improv comedy troupes to pop along and take inspiration for the book's nuggets. Austentatious, Grand Theft Impro and The School of Night will be given a phrase – like 'That's not a selfie, that's my mum' or 'If Nando's put piri piri on an otter, I'd eat it' – and they'll riff from there. Word on the street is it'll be stupidly silly night. There are two shows: one at 6pm and one at 7.30pm.


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