Throw him a good line
Comedian Ian Coppinger looks forward to crazy local suggestions for his improvisation show
Published on Jun 30, 2014 7:17 PM
The last time Irish comedian Ian Coppinger came to Singapore to perform a live comedy show, he says the crowd needed some time to warm up.
Speaking to Life! from the Glastonbury Festival, where he is in a tent hiding away from heavy rain, he says that the audience here is quiet at first but slowly gets into the mood with a little bit of prompting.
But he says that it is the same in most other countries as well.
"People are paying money to see a comedy show, so they want to laugh. They start out sober and by the end of the show, they liven up," says the 40-year-old.
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WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?
Where: DBS Arts Centre
When: Wednesday to Saturday, 8.30pm
Admission: $48 (Wednesday and Thursday), $58 (all days) and $68 (Friday and Saturday) from Sistic (call 6348-5555 or go to www.sistic.com.sg)