15th February to17th February .7pm Friday 15th Feb - 9pm Sunday 17th Feb.
£10 for your first episode, £7 for your subsequent episodes*; £65 Weekend Passes; £5 for under 12's for the Family Episode
The 50-hour improvised comedy soap opera, in 25 hilarious episodes, returns to Wilton's!
This year's epic is set in The Wild West and will pay homage to every kind of Western from Deadwood to Little House On The Prairie.
How will the little town of Wilton's Creek handle its gun laws? Who will be its new mayor in this time of crazy political upheaval? And what happens when gunslingers, ranchers and cowgirls go without sleep for 50 hours?
Featuring some of world's best improvisers, including members of West End hit Austentatious, groundbreaking Mischief Theatre, the legendary Comedy Store Players and the Olivier-Award winning Showstoppers. Please note that the exact line-up of players can only be confirmed nearer the time.
Starting 7.00pm on Friday Feb 15th and playing in two-hour episodes continuously to Sunday Feb 17th 9.00pm. (Yes, right through the nights...)
You can book your tickets to watch any stand-alone 2-hour episode.
Or buy a 50-hour event pass - come and go as you please, or stay for the whole thing! Special 'Family Episode' Sunday Feb 17th at 11.00am – suitable for kids of all ages. *Please note that the discount for purchasing subsequent episodes can only be applied over the phone or in person
Dr. Who regular Dan Starkey
Comedians including Ruth Bratt (BAFTA-winning People Just Do Nothing, and Man Down), Cariad Lloyd (Peep Show, Murder In Successville and Edinburgh Comedy Best Newcomer nominee), Pippa Evans (The Now Show and Just A Minute)
Cabaret Act of the Year Sarah Louise Young
Star of cult hit People Of Earth – Ken Hall
Stars of Broadway and the West End – Mischief Theatre (The Play That Goes Wrong, Comedy About A Bank Robbery, Peter Pan Goes Wrong)
And special guests from all over the world!**
Directed by Adam Meggido and Pippa Evans
May contain adult themes. Recommended 16+ or accompanied by an adult (except for the 'Family Episode' which is for people of all ages.)
Running time: 50 hours in 25 x 100 min episodes
They like it
Hilarious! Like nothing you've ever seen before. Late night clubbers and early morning joggers unite!
Time Out Critics' Choice
Left me crying with laughter
London Weekly News
An unparalleled achievement in London theatre
Deserves an Improv Oscar… a rite of passage, for audience as well as actors, that you'll not soon forget