Celebrity Theatresports | Impro Melbourne
Normally in a review, words and phrases like 'lack of preparation', 'unstructured' and 'hastily cobbled-together' would set off the alarm bells. But in Celebrity Theatresports, these things are the essence of the show and the very reason for its success.

Advice You Shouldn't Need | Matt Elsbury
Advice You Shouldn't Need is a pretty good premise for a show. In addition to providing an excuse to laugh at outrageously stupid warning labels (always fertile ground for a quick laugh) it's a chance to find some humour in our over-administered society.

Four Minute Warning
The show has a distinctly amateurish feel to it, which it plays up at times, but the frequently miscued sound effects are awkward and a little off-putting.

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