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Frisky & Mannish: ‘Christmas Mess...Age’ at the Lyric Theatre (Shaftesbury Avenue)

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Time 19:30
Date 20/12/10
Price £17.5

A full evening of festive frolics with Frisky and Mannish! With special guests from the worlds of comedy, circus, music and burlesque, including Miles Jupp, Abi Collins and Abandoman.

Christmas - it's a time of celebration, frivolity, jocundity, refulgence and indulgence, often to the point of nausea. Oh my god, that's just like Frisky and Mannish. Following two smash-hit sell-out seasons at the Edinburgh Fringe, and a world tour including the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the Sydney Opera House, Frisky and Mannish are descending on London's West End for one night only. It's blates gonna be a total Christmas extravaganza of comedy, cabaret, circus, music and burlesque. Plus, special guest appearances by: Miles Jupp - as seen on BBC's Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week and The Thick Of It. The Boy With Tape On His Face, Abi Collins, Abandomen - winners of the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year 2010 and their selection box of burlesque beauties - The Folly Mixtures.

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COMPETITION: 1x Pair of tickets to attend Frisky & Mannish: 'Christmas Mess…Age' at the Lyric Theatre (Shaftesbury Avenue) at 19:30 on Monday, 20th December.

To claim your tickets, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ box. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: In their fictional biography, Frisky and Mannish met when they were both students at the Conservatoire of Music in Leipzig, Germany, and in interviews have spoken of first bonding at a Saturday detention. Several other characters were also present. Out of the following, who wasn’t?

A: 1) A brain .2) An athlete .3) A princess .4) A basket case .5) A criminal .6) It’s a trick question. In fact, all of them were present