Insert Laughter Here, a comedy troupe planning new shows in Suffolk


7:00 p.m. October 30, 2021

Suffolk based improv comedy troupe [Insert Laughter Here] are already anticipating the new year with two brand new improvised comedy shows to be unveiled.

Created in early 2019, [Insert Laughter Here] are recovering from the frustrations of the lockdown and with additional team members they are now stronger and more creative than ever.

Insert Laughter Here, the Suffolk-based improvisation; the comedy troupe is planning new shows for November, January and March
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Playing a series of games in the style of Whose Line is it Anyway? performers will take audience suggestions for ingredients such as storylines, lines of dialogue, and character quirks, using them to create hilarious scenes from scratch.

Previous highlights have included shiny-haired aliens on a strange planet, a high-stakes bank heist gone horribly wrong, and a nature documentary-style shopping spree.

Everything is composed on site thanks to the contribution of the public, no show will ever be the same.

Ivan Wilkinson and Hayley Evenett tackle a comedic situation with their improv comedy group Insert Laughter Here

Ivan Wilkinson and Hayley Evenett tackle a comedic situation with their improv comedy group Insert Laughter Here
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When planning the new year, [Insert Laughter Here] There is still one show on the schedule for 2021 at Upstairs at the Market Cross, Bury St Edmunds, on Saturday 13 November at 8 p.m.

Both New Years Eve shows are at the Fisher Theater, Bungay, on Friday January 21 and Wednesday March 23, 2022.

The experienced cast includes James Ducker (Ministers of Grace: The Shakespearean Parody of Ghostbusters), Hayley Evenett (Mockery Manor, the award-winning audio drama podcast) and Ivan Wilkinson (The Scarlet Pimpernell) with Abigail Cameron-Laker (Pride and Prejudice), Jake Jarvis (Good night Mr. Tom); Mark Taylor (local pantomime favorite) and producer and director Aaron Weight.

For all shows there is a recommended minimum age of 16 and over as nothing is planned and performers can (and often do) perform scenes that contain adult content or swear words.

Tickets for the Bury St Edmunds show can be booked here and Fisher Theater shows are on sale here

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