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Footlights Tour on the home stretch

Wed 12 September 2012

After sell-out shows in London, at the Edinburgh Fringe and at venues across the USA, the Footlights are getting ready to round up their 2012 international tour show, Perfect Strangers, with a final home-run where it all began - at the ADC Theatre.

The Footlights are currently at Harvard, having enjoyed sell-out performances at Yale University and ImprovBoston.  Over the next fortnight they will perform at the prestigious Upright Citizen's Brigade theatre in New York City, enjoy a post-Edinburgh transfer to the Philadelphia Fringe and play to their biggest audience yet at Carnegie Mellon before finishing up at Second City Chicago, which has an alumni-list almost as prestigious as the Footlights themselves.

Since its previews in Cambridge in June, Perfect Strangers has undergone a series of changes, having been edited down to a one hour roller-coaster ride of a sketch show, ready for its lateshow slot at the ADC in September. By the time they open in Cambridge in October the show will have been seen by over 15,000 people over two continents and at 20 different venues.

Book here to see Perfect Strangers when they return to the ADC in October.

"This is a show that should be seen by everyone"  ★★★★★ ThreeWeeks

"witty and insightful sketch comedy, strong physical and vocal performances as well as tightly choreographed ensemble work" ★★★★ FringeReview

"this is a very good year for Cambridge, which tops Oxford by a mile" ★★★★ Theatre Guide London

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