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Showstopper! The Improvised Musical announces a second live-streamed performance

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 13 August 2020, Last Updated 14 August 2020

The Olivier Award-winning West End musical, Showstopper! The Improvised Musical will be live-streaming a second socially distanced and full improvised musical this month and we cannot wait!

The company’s first socially distanced and full improvised musical last month saw 600 tickets sold, 1,911 suggestions for musical theatre styles, songs and settings, and a total of 1,184 views! Thanks to its rip-roaring success, the Olivier Award winners and Fringe favourites are back with another helping of a socially distanced and completely improvised smash hit musical on Friday 28 August at 7:30pm.

With the help of state-of-the-art technology, the company will take live suggestions from the audience watching at home and will use these to create a full-length brand new musical, while socially distanced from each other behind a clear screen.

Whether you’re into Hamilton on Hampstead Heath or some Sondheim treats set in a castle, you suggest it and The Showstoppers will make it happen!

The show will be available to watch for 48 hours after the live event so if you can’t watch the live streaming, there is still a chance to catch it after.

Click here to book your tickets (general tickets; £9.50, concessions; £6.50, plus booking fees) and the live-stream link will be sent to you 2 hours before the performance. Enjoy a hilarious night and help to keep these talented artists working and the company to stay afloat during these difficult times; it’s a win-win!

Snap up your tickets now for a night of theatrical giggles from the comfort of your home.


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