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02 January 2013

Fifty-hour improvisation marathon comes to Hoxton Hall

IT'S just so hard to get your head around: a 50-hour comedy improvisation marathon is to take place at Hoxton Hall.

Dubbed The London 50-hour Improvathon, twenty-five ad-libbed shows, each lasting nearly two hours, will be played all day and night by actors at Hoxton Street theatre over 11-13 January.

To mark the 90th year of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb, Extempore Theatre will be taking the audience to the roaring 1920s in an epic odyssey of mystery, romance and adventure set in Cairo, Egypt. The cast and crew have taken on New York’s 1977 disco scene and Ancient Greece over the last six years in the annual endurance show.

Mark Meer, Donovan Workun, Jeff Haslam, Ruth Bratt, Pippa Evans and Lucy Trodd and a host of other international guests are set to perform at the mind-bogglingly grueling 50 shades of improv show.

For more, visit www.improvathon.co.uk

The London 50-hour Improvathon takes on 1920s Cairo and Tutankhamun this year

The London 50-hour Improvathon takes on 1920s Cairo and Tutankhamun this year

The London 50-hour Improvathon takes on 1920s Cairo and Tutankhamun this year

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