Page Last Updated: Fri, 13th Apr 2018
Not your typical stand-up show, the format will consist of prompts from the audience, where the comedians will then act out scenes, characters and songs on the spot.
There’s no safety nets, just fast and funny comedy.
Who are the All Stars?
Frost is best known for Radio 4's Just a Minute, and the improvisation show Whose Line Is It Anyway?
He has appeared on three episodes of Have I Got News for You (there was a 13-year gap between his second and third appearance) and on Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
One of Ireland’s busiest comedians Ian is a regular on the world comedy circuit having played to packed houses at the Edinburgh, Melbourne, Montreal Just For Laughs, Glastonbury and Dublin comedy festivals.
A regular on all the major stages in Ireland and the UK Ian has also appeared as a support act for Ardal O Hanlon on his UK tour and Pat Shortt on his Irish tour, including seven sell out weeks in Dublins Vicar Street.
The English comedian, actor, and TV panel show participant has been performing as a guest with The Comedy Store Players for 13 years.
Before joining the Players he was one half of the Vicious Boys with Angelo Abela.
Andy currently improvises on stage at The Comedy Store in London.
The comedian is best known for his improvisation partnership with Jim Sweeney.
Sweeney was recruited as a solo performer thereafter for Whose Line Is It Anyway?, but Steen was soon summoned for the Channel 4 improvisation show, and was a runaway success in his six episodes.
He also guested on Have I Got News For You in 1992.
Tickets on sale now.
Thursday 12 April 2018 from 9pm until 11pm.
- Doors open at 7.30pm
• AED 100 in advance / online
• AED 120 on the door