Professional musical troupe The Showstoppers are old hats at taking to the stage without a script or pre-prepared material for their show.
But these talented bunch aren’t disorganised or unreheased - they improvise their performance based on suggestions from the audience.
It means that no two performances are ever the same, as the quick-witted performers create a plot and characters from scratch.
The group have performed sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe for the past eight years and are regarded by regular festival goers as a must-see act.
Their BBC Radio 4 series operated on the same premise, using contributions from a studio audience.
They also had a recent run at London’s Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, where the shows they performed received rave reviews from critics.
With their stand-out blend of comedy, musical theatre and spontaneity, this group have delighted audiences across the world and performed to spectacular applause at the Olivier awards.
From Sondheim on a ski lift to Cole Porter in Poundland - if you suggest it, the Showstoppers will perform it!
The Showstoppers will bring their one of a kind show to the Oxford Playhouse this Saturday, January 23 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £16 each (£14 concessions). To book, go to: www.oxfordplayhouse.com or call the ticket office on 01865 305305.