Wed 6th May 2020 - 9:30pm
Thu 7th May 2020 - 9:30pm
Fri 8th May 2020 - 9:30pm
Sat 9th May 2020 - 9:30pm
Sun 10th May 2020 - 8:30pm
EVENT CANCELLED - Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, this show has been cancelled. All Patrons will receive information from Ticketek regarding refunds.
Laugh or your money back!
Harry, the boy who lived, the chosen one, seeker of snitches and horcruxes, boy-wizard with glasses. We all know the story, but what if the story was different? Completely Improvised Potter tells what could have been a Harry Potter story, but was not, and in doing so recreates that magical feeling of picking up the book for the first time, whilst surrounded by like-minded Potter fans.
Come to Hogwarts, attend potion classes, meet new Defence Against the Dark Arts Teachers and defeat He-Who-Must-Be-Named. More magical than Merlin and funnier than a trip to Zonkos the show will appeal to Gryffindor and Slytherin alike.
Every show is different and guaranteed to make you laugh.
Dress up as your favourite character to be in the running for prizes on the night!
Featuring some of the finest improvisers Melbourne has to offer, Completely Improvised Potter debuts in Sydney Comedy Festival after sold-out seasons in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne Fringe and Perth Fringe World! Book now before they sell out again!
'As unpredictable and funny as it is unscripted.' - The Guardian
'Whether you’re a Potter-head or just in for some disarmingly brilliant comedy, you’re destined to find Completely Improvised Potter Siriusly magical' ★★★★★ - Beat.
'What every Potter fan desperately craves.' - Stage Whispers
'Absolute comedic perfection.' - Weekend Notes
'an improvised story that JK herself could be jealous of.' - Sometimes Melbourne
'a show for muggles and magical folk alike. And the best thing – given that it’s a new show every night – lots of new Harry Potter books and adventures to enjoy. Much like Voldemort, I’ll be coming back for more.' - Theatre Press
'It was not just a celebration of the Potter series, it was also a homage to the original stories and an attempt to keep the magic alive. An hour later, we walked outside, buzzing with a different kind of excitement as we marveled at how the story turned out and at the fact that it was literally completely improvised (I know it’s in the name of the show, but it doesn’t really hit you until you see it in person).' - Farrago Magazine
'a weird and wonderful ride' - Stage Noise
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