Showstopper Twitter Nottingham


Here’s what people had to say about Showstopper! when it came to the Theatre Royal Nottingham.  Scroll down for more detail on press reviews, blogs, Facebook comments and Twitter.


Nottingham Post

  • These geniuses of improvisation fill 90 minutes of highly entertaining, often hilarious, live theatre.
  • Brought the house down and what was especially brilliant was how the ensemble was able to collectively seize a line and turn it into a singalong chorus.
  • It is slick, pacy and ingenious. I haven’t laughed so much in years.

Nottingham Live

  • It was hilarious, which is not a word I use often.
  • The comedic musical talent on stage last night was sublime.
  • How they wound and worked all the ideas thrown at them was very impressive and entertaining plus their voices were up to the task.


  • Tonight’s show was brilliant and I’m still marvelling at quite how they can do it.
  • The cast are clearly all very talented and flexible and display a real bond, avoiding even a single awkward moment.
  • This show would appeal to anyone, young or old, experienced theatre-goer or novice, a truly funny night out.

Facebook comments

  • I have been describing your show last night at Nottingham as Brilliantly Bonkers. Then people look at me as if I’m bonkers when they ask what it was about 😂 Guess you had to be there to “win the ball, pass the ball, trap the ball and score” Thank you!! Can’t wait for Saturday!!!
  • Absolutely brilliant! Soooo clever. Soooo funny…. A real unexpected pleasure! Will not forget the Brian clough song or barracudas in a while!

Twitter comments






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