Leicester Square Theatre website for details.
Tony will be in conversation with comedy historian Robert Ross at Bloomsbury's Museum of Comedy for two nights. Join Tony as he talks candidly about his life both onscreen and off.
This is a Work In Progress show which will be a preview of Tony's Edinburgh Fringe show in August. See it before we add a lot of mawkish drivel in the forlorn hope of impressing the festival judges!
Thursday 26th July 2018, 5.00pm
As part of the Great Yorkshire Fringe, Tony will be appearing as Guest Skipper on the Thursday afternoon! An hour on the narrowboat with Captain Slattery making it up as he goes along - will it be a legendary day in comedy? Or will we all drown horribly? There's only one way to find out!
You can contact the Great Yorkshire Fringe Box Office on
01904 500 600 for more details, including how to book.
For two shows in the 2018 Great Yorkshire Fringe, Tony Slattery will be in conversation with comedy historian Robert Ross. Join Tony as he talks candidly about his life both onscreen and off.
This is a Work In Progress show which will be a preview of Tony's Edinburgh Fringe show in August. See it before the legal team makes us cut all the libel out!
Monday 30th July 2018
Tony Slattery's Crimes Against Improv
If there's one medium we all know Tony from, it's improvised comedy. From the early days of Whose Line Is It Anyway, improv and Tony have conducted a messy public love affair like two infatuated swans photobombing Henley Regatta.
Don't miss this chance to watch Tony's return to live improv at The Wro Comedy Club. Tickets are available soon from the Wro website.
This is it. This is the one it's all been building towards.
Comedy legend Tony Slattery reveals all in conversation with comedy-historian Robert Ross. After playing to packed houses last year, with a return to his greatest triumph Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Tony Slattery is back with a no-holds-barred reflection on his life and work. From the Cambridge Footlights to the demons that have consistently dogged his success. As you would expect of the king of improvisation, this is an unstructured and unpredictable gallop through several lifetimes’ worth of poignant and hilarious anecdotes. Anything can happen, and it probably will...
The king of improv is back! Starring Tony Slattery and a hand-picked team of guest improvisers, Crimes Against Improv promises a night of unscripted fun and games. Each show will be unique, with different guests and different audience suggestions building an individual, never-to-be-repeated night each time.
Saturday 2nd June 2018
West Kirby Live
Tony headlined for ten young comedians at West Kirby Live in aid of Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.
Saturday 18th May 2018
Hoylake Social Club played host to Tony for an evening of conversation, improv and crimes against bingo. Over £500 (before Gift Aid) was raised in aid of Wirral Ways to Recovery, a drugs and alcohol treatment service.
Saturday 21st April 2018
As a celebration of ten years of Laughterhouse comedy club, there was a showcase at Liverpool Philharmonic. The evening featured Tony doing live improv as well as fabulous stand-up from Chris McCausland, Marlon Davies, Imran Yusuf, Lou Conran, Paul Tonkinson, Chris Cairnes and Simon Day. Also some brilliant character comedy from Alex Lowe, music by Jonny Awsum, headlined by Dave Johns and all compered by the superb Neil Fitzmaurice .
Tuesday 20th March 2018
Tony made an unannounced guest appearance at award-winning comedy club XS Malarkey in Manchester. Russell Kane also made a surprise appearance.
Wednesday 7th March 2018
Tony led an improv workshop day for students at the City of Liverpool College. The day was a great success and concluded with a Q&A session that the students had requested especially.
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