NICK HALL: SZRABBLE

September 4, 2017

CHARACTER comedian Nick Hall returns to Guildford to present his Cold War thriller Nick Hall: Szrabble in the Back Room of The Star Inn on Thursday, September 28 as part of Guildford Fringe End of Summer Season.

In this energetic, hilarious multi-character show, Nick brings to life a vivid world of spying, suspense, seduction – and Scrabble!

London’s only hope rests with Arthur Fenchurch from the Secret Service Stationery Department.  Can he venture across the Iron Curtain – dodging Russian snipers – to represent Britain against the Soviet Union in the world Scrabble competition?

A satire of Cold War spy films, this frantic, fun and fast-paced one-man show deftly guides the audience through high-octane speed chases and assassination attempts, all in pursuit of a board game tournament which could decide the fate of the world.

A comedian, writer and improviser, Nick has written and performed for BBC2, BBC3, ITV2 and BBC Radio 4.  He also performs as part of The Committee: London’s hottest improvised comedy group who create hilarious improvised comedy.

Nick’s captivating and inventive style marked him out as one to watch, and since 2013 he’s reached the semi-finals of So You Think You’re Funny, beaten the Gong at The Comedy Store, beaten the Blackout at Up the Creek, and won the New Act Night at the Comedy Café.

His innovative concoction of history, action and comedy are sure to tickle your funny bone this Thursday evening.

Tickets for all events in Guildford Fringe’s End of Summer Season are on sale now!  To secure your place, please call 0333 666 3366 or BOOK HERE

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