Show From a Hat

Show From a Hat, April 2015

The bunny's gone, pulled from the hat. Inspired, we are going to do the same! Yes! We are proud to present, our first ever (or maybe second, possibly our third, but who is counting), our first ever, Show From a Hat!!!
It will be magic!
Join in the fun as People’s Liberation Improv co-creates an improv show with you!
We put some games in a hat, and you select what games we play and we play them! Yay!
In English; not suitable for children.
Thursday April 9, 9pm-10.30pm (doors open 8.45pm)
TakeOut Comedy Club, basement of 34 Elgin Street, SoHo (very close to the Mid-Levels escalator)
Tickets: HK$150
Reserve your seat by calling Mr Jami Gong on 6220 4436 or emailing him at jami [at] takeoutcomedy [dot] com, and then pay cash at the door.
The Club is not a bar or a restaurant – bring your own drinks (there’s a 7-11 at the corner of the escalator and Elgin Street).

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