Whose Xmas is it anyway? Improv Comedy Night @ Retro Dec. 11

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Whose Xmas is it anyway? Improv Comedy Night @ Retro Dec. 11

Postby JoHo » 28 Nov 2010, 02:10

“Whose line is it anyway” style Live Improv Comedy by the members of Taichung Improv. Audience participation encouraged.

Christmas comes early this year and it will be improvised!

Winner: Waakao.com 2009 Best of Taiwan award (Stage performance)

Where: Retro Coffee House :116 Wu Chuan Rd Sec 1. Taichung (Near the Art Museum)
台中市五權西路一段116號
When: Sat night Dec, 11, 2010
Time: 20:00-22:00

For tickets contact Scott at 0917-622-437 (NT350 includes a free drink)
E-mail: mojocoffee@gmail.com
Website: http://www.taichungimprov.com
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