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The Fundamental Theorem of Comedy: A few simple Corollaries

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No scripts! No rehearsals! No Zorn’s lemon!

Back at the maths faculty by popular demand, Improvised Comedy Ents bring you another evening of fast-paced games and sketches driven entirely by suggestions from the audience.

Will it be a continuous night of laughter?

Will ICE find their potential?

Or will there be any maths references at all?

Only the Fundamental Theorem of Comedy has the answer.

Free for Members of the Archimedeans, £1 for non-members

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