You supply the suggestions. They supply the laughs!
Be prepared for an edge-of-your-seat improv comedy joyride from Newcastle’s hot-fast hilarians, The Suggestibles. Hold on, as their show is a speeding rollercoaster of spontaneous games, skits, sketches and songs, that’ll make you shake with laughter, topped off with their ingenious musical, ‘Aspects Of…’ that could entirely do you in.
The Suggestibles have no script, no score, and no two shows are ever the same. Your suggestions inspire the works. So come and inspire them! Best audience suggestion WINS two tickets to another Suggestibles show here. Resident at the Newcastle Stand since we first opened, you can catch The Suggestibles monthly Thursdays.
The Suggestibles do a whole lot of fun stuff, big theatrical events, improv workshops, festivals and retreats. Find out all about them at The Suggestibles website. Watch live video recordings of their shows on their YouTube channel. Read 50 ***** audience reviews for The Suggestibles at The Stand on TripAdvisor and almost 100 ***** reviews on their Facebook page.
‘As seen in the Times Top 5 Comedy Nights Out Nationwide’
'One of the hottest comedy tickets in the North East' Guardian
'There’s nothing more satisfying than comedy which makes you ache with laughter – and The Suggestibles provide exactly that… It seems there’s no end to their talents' Journal
'The best bit is watching and willing them to dig their way out of the ludicrous hole they’ve just put so much effort into digging for themselves in the first place… I suggest you go along!' Chronicle
'Wildly irreverent and zanily dreamlike… they make scripted comedy look like staying home to descale the kettle' Crack
'The best thing to happen to hilarity since the advent of the laugh' NARC
‘Whether serious political wit or ridiculous slapstick, the comedy was beyond side-splitting… undoubtedly one of the greatest acts in the region’ Courier
'If you’re coming in from the cold, The Suggestibles may just change your perception of what live comedy is all about' Gigglebeat
'An hour and a half of comedy gold. I barely had time to wipe away my tears of laughter before more came' Shields Gazette