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Anarchy at the ice rink: when comedy, theatre and nonsense collide

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Tony Law is going where no comic has gone before: staging a play about global warming – on ice. Our writer gets his skates on and crashes into a chaotic rehearsal You might not guess it from looking at this bunch of brightly dressed characters, skating haphazardly around Alexandra Palace ice rink in London with an armchair in tow, but in just a few days they will attempt to put on what is surely a theatrical first: a two-hour comedy stage show on ice. About global warming. And Stalin. “I don’t know what will happen, but it will 100% be entertaining,” says Adam Larter, the founding member of
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