"One of the happiest shows in town"
-The Times-

"Terrific fun from an old favourite"
-The Arts Desk-

"Bucketloads of laughs"

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About the show

Whose Line is it Anyway? Live returned to London for another nostalgia-inducing run of 14 performances. This popular improvised comedy show followed the same format as the hit 90’s US TV program of the same name, and brought the famously quick-witted series cast from screen to stage. This was their second visit to the West End, following a hugely successful run at the Adelphi Theatre in June 2015.

7 highly skilled comedians competed in a variety of short-form improvisational games each night, with instruction from their host. These games are expertly crafted, using songs and audience participation to had everyone laughing till it hurts. The performers work tirelessly to earn as many points as possible from the host, who awarded them for completely inexplicable and hilarious reasons.

The show reunited many of the television series comedians, including the US show’s co-creator Dan Patterson and host of the British series of Whose Line is it Anyway?, Clive Anderson. Patterson is widely recognised for creating the British panel show Mock The Week and for co-writing the farcical political satire The Duck House. Anderson’s extensive experience with comedy scripts has seen him feature in a number of radio programmes and television shows, including guest appearances on Have I Got News For You and QI. They are both joined by other Whose Line is it Anyway? regulars Mark Leveson, Colin Mochrie, Josie Lawrence, Jeff Davis, Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood.

Whose Line is it Anyway? Live is the perfect evening for fans of the television show, who got to see all of their favourite comics doing what they do best at the London Palladium from the 9th June 2016.

Who Should See It?

You won’t have to have seen the television show in order to enjoy the brilliant and skillful improvisation that Whose Line is it Anyway? Live offers. It's a perfect treat for all the family, with the host expertly guiding the humour to be suitable for adults and children alike.

Playing at

London Palladium
Argyll Street
Seating Plan

London Palladium seating plan

Booking period

9th Jun 2016

11th Apr 2021

19th Jun 2016

Running time

2 hours


Advised for ages 16+.