An Evening With… (Work In Progress)

Presented by Graham Dickson

FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY Graham Dickson (Austentatious, The Free Association) hosts an anarchic improvised interview show with a mystery guest. But which fictional celebrity will be in the hot-seat? You'll find out at the start of the show, which is exactly when the improviser playing that character finds out too!

What follows is an hour long interview, where the performer goes head-to-head with Dickson in fast-paced, in-depth chat. The actors have to think on their feet as they are thrown hilarious curveballs from the audience and their commanding host.

Expect the unexpected.

Guest starring Alison Thea-Skot (February 28th) and Marcus Brigstocke (March 14th)

This is a Work In Progress, new improv format from producers/directors Benjamin Sutton and Lulu Baker.

22:5028 Feb — 14 Mar
Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street
1hr 00m
Combo OfferImprovWork In Progress
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About the company

Graham Dickson

Hosted by Graham Dickson who trained at the New York Film Academy, UCB Theatre in New York and is a graduate of East 15 Acting School; A highly skilled and experienced improviser Graham is a founding member of the hugely successful improv group Austentatious. He also is the co-founder and Director of ‘The Free Association’, London’s leading improv school and theatre, where he regularly performs and teaches.

Exciting new work directed and produced by Benjamin Sutton and Lulu Baker.


Starring: Graham Dickson
Produced & Directed by: Benjamin Sutton & Lulu Baker

Press & Reviews

Reviews for previous work from Graham Dickson:

“Dickson is clearly a great performer” Fest

“a mightily impressive piece of work, and brilliantly performed” Daily Telegraph

“A magnetic performer” ★★★★ The Skinny

“Packed with plenty of self-mockery, brilliantly eccentric characters and even a cameo from Dickson’s mother, this show tickled me to the point I almost choked on my own laughter.” ★★★★ ThreeWeeks

“Rapier Sharp” ★★★★ The List

“An incredible show... with a comedic style almost embodying a new take on stand up” ★★★★ Voice

“a mind-bending theatrical experience.” ★★★★ The Scotsman