Free Beer and the Pilsner of Azkaban
by The Horrible Friends
The Horrible Friends - Winnipeg, MB
 http://www.thehorriblefriends.weebly.com/
V.13 - Duke of Kent Legion 
Looking for a show that is a little less Sirius?

The Horrible Friends are back with a new entry in their long-running Free Beer series! Just like before, we're giving out booze to anyone who volunteers to join us on stage! Guaranteed not to be a Dumble-BORE! Don't worry, it's not actually a Harry Potter-themed improv show...unless you want it to be.

4 STARS "The dynamic duo doled out a rather impressive - and quite vulgar - performance game after game" - CBC
4 STARS "Enjoyment is guaranteed" - Winnipeg Free Press

  
Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12

Genre:
Improv

Audience:
Mature
Warnings: Coarse Language, Violent Content, Sexual Content, Graphic Violence, Nudity
Thu July 19 9:15 PM
Fri July 20 9:00 PM
Sat July 21 10:45 PM
Sun July 22 7:00 PM
Mon July 23 9:15 PM
Tue July 24 7:30 PM
Wed July 25 9:15 PM
Thu July 26 7:30 PM
Fri July 27 10:45 PM
Sat July 28 9:00 PM

Free Beer and the Pilsner of Azkaban

The Horrible Friends—Duke of Kent Legion

For my first improv show this year, I chose a duo that I had never seen before. Lucky for me they had a quest performer as well which added even more fun to the event. I am a huge improv fan, completely obsessed with Who’s Line is it Anyway, various Drew Carey spinoff shows like Improvaganza at the MGM Grand (check out YouTube!)

The cast of three dove right into a variety of scenes and games, pulling plenty of audience suggestions and were very quick on their feet to weave it all into hilarious scenarios. A fast paced hour flew by with interrogations, baseball bats, questions, crackers, gynecology, 2 minutes (or less) reenactments of other Fringe shows based on guesses, and a large variety of other shenanigans.

This cast works extremely well together to keep the audience involved and keep the laughs going as much as they possibly can. A sign of a great improviser is their ability to take a small bit of an idea and make it into something huge and ideally hilarious. They all did a brilliant job. Who knows what will happen at the next performance!

Calantha Jensen