An entirely improvised Sherlock Holmes comedy play from Scotland's hottest improv troupe
Thursday, 28th September 2017
Monkey Barrel Comedy
Spontaneous Sherlock - Scotland's hottest improv comedy show, and one of the biggest improvised comedy show of the last three Edinburgh Fringe Festivals - is back!
Spontaneous Sherlock is an award-winning, entirely improvised Sherlock Holmes comedy play, based on an audience suggestion of a title. Performed in two halves by three of Scotland's most critically-acclaimed comedy improvisers, with live Victorian musical accompaniment.
Plus, stick around after the second interval for a bonus improv comedy set by the cast of Spontaneous Sherlock in their ordinary, non-Victorian clothes!
Performed by Will Naameh, Paul Connolly and Sam Irving.
Music improvised by Jenny Laahs and Colin Bramwell (piano), Nick Lauener (piano/violin) and Graham Coe (cello).
Praise for Spontaneous Sherlock:
"Unbeatably clever" - Edinburgh Guide (★★★★★)
"Flawlessly executed improv comedy... pure, unadulterated hilarity" - EdFringeReview (★★★★★)
"Side-splitting laughter across the entirety of the performance" - Three Weeks (★★★★★)
Derek Award, Best PBH Show Edinburgh Fringe 2017 (Winners)
"Raucously funny... the highlight of the Fringe so far!" - TV Bomb (★★★★)
"It’s no surprise that Spontaneous Sherlock has punters lining up along the pavement... if you're a fan of Sherlock, you must see this show" - Broadway Baby (★★★★)
"Spontaneous Sherlock is an infectiously riotous whirlwind of a show... orders of magnitude better than Benedict Cumberbatch" - EdFringeReview (★★★★)
"Professional quality improv done so, so right... certainly an event which lives up to its own hype" - Edinburgh49 (★★★★)
The Main Room
£5, Doors 7pm, Show 8:30pm - please be with us by 8pm
Why not grab a bite to eat with us before the show? Check out our gourmet hotdog and sides menu below!
Starts: Thursday, September 28th 2017 at 7:00pm
Bookings close: September 28th 2017
Monkey Barrel Comedy Club is right in the heart of the Edinburgh - we're on Blair Steet in Edinburgh's Old Town, just off the Royal Mile.