Wacky comedy quartet impress in Croydon
Talking testicles, gossiping meerkats and the Primark Rap, an hour and a half with comedy quartet Four Screws Loose will leave you giggling, gasping in incredulity and gagging for more.
Supported only by an impressive array of wigs, ridiculous accents and the odd pint of milk, this low budget sketch show relies on the comics’ ability to engage with the audience, and the Four Screws team fail to disappoint.
Following a successful tour at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Richard, Joseph, Thom and Conan will be at the Warehouse Theatre until September 25 and if you like your comedy irreverent, outrageous and unpredictable then you are in for a treat.
Big names like Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole and Jesus himself come in for a roasting as the boys strut around stage getting their camp on at every available opportunity.
Those who are easily offended should stay away, and this certainly isn’t one for the kids, but Four Screws Loose have dished up a great mix of wacky humour well worth watching.
Four Screws Loose are at the Warehouse Theatre, Dingwall Street, Croydon daily until September 25.
Tickets and membership cost £12.50, call 0208 680 40 60 or visit warehouse.co.uk to book and check starting times.
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