The Improv Panto will be returning to Cork Opera House this December

This is definitely one to mark in the calendar.

Following a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the hilarious Improv Panto is finally BACK!

Last year’s St Luke’s performances sadly had to be cancelled last minute following government restrictions, but this year the show will be returning to the Cork Opera House and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

Some of Cork’s funniest and talented improvisers will present a different pantomime for each show, based on the audience’s choice. It’s all improvised, and nothing is scripted. The audience choose what panto they’d like to see, and who plays what character.

Expect the unexpected, the hilarious and the outrageous as the actors weave their way through classic fairy tales without so much as a trail of breadcrumbs to guide them wherever the audience wants them to go.

The Improvised Panto is fast becoming an annual tradition with many partygoers looking for a fun, enjoyable, outrageous night out, but be warned, this show is NOT suitable for children! With live music thrown into the mix, not only will the actors have to come up with the script, they will also have to improvise up a few lyrics. What will they be singing about? 

Tickets for the Improv Panto go on sale this Friday September 23rd at 10am and will be available on the Cork Opera House website.

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