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The Rotten Grapes Improv Comedy Show @ The Click

The Rotten Grapes will be performing a series of comedy theater games that are sure to challenge their performers and entertain the audience in this month's show "Improv Game-Apalooza".

All of the scenes are made up on the spot, they exist only in the moment, and they're never seen again.

This show will also feature the premiere of The Rotten Grapes new comedy video skit "Poker Night". Don't miss it!

Come join our live show this Saturday at 8pm for a night of hilarity with some of the funniest people in Hanoi!

Saturday, 2 November

9:00pm - late

ClickSpace | Villa 15, Lane 76 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho, Hanoi


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