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Whose Line is it Anyway?

Competition | Win Tickets to see Whose Line is it Anyway?
Celebrate the 30th anniversary with American and British comedians at The Royal Albert Hall in London
Closing Date: November 30, 2018
www.royalalberthall.com

Legendary improv show Whose Line is it Anyway? comes to the Royal Albert Hall to celebrate its 30th birthday, with an exclusive run of three live festive shows on the weekend of Dec 15 and 16! Whose Line has always had a strong North American link, both when it was on UK television as well as when it debuted on US television in a format hosted by Drew Carey. Veterans of both versions, Colin Mochrie and Greg Proops are joined by fellow US and UK comedians including Josie Lawrence, Brad Sherwood, Charles Esten, Jeff Davis, and of course the original UK host Clive Anderson.

We have a pair of tickets for one lucky winner to see Whose Line is it Anyway? at the Royal Albert Hall.

Terms and Conditions: One entrant will win a prize of 2 tickets to attend a showing of Whose Line is it Anyway? - Tickets can be redeemed for the Saturday December 15th evening show or the Sunday December 16th matinee show. No cash alternative. Travel not included. The editor’s decision is final. The American accepts no liability. Closing Date: 5pm, November 30, 2018.

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