DOCTOR Who meets improv in a show that is coming by Tardis to Warrington.

Former Edinburgh Fringe sensation – Any Suggestions, Doctor? The Improvised Doctor Who Parody – is on tour between April and June and that includes dropping through the cosmos into Parr Hall on May 25.

The production features a live radiophonic workshop, a sci-fi set and plenty of Doctor Who props for the improv performers to work with.

The idea is that fans can create their own Doctor Who episode by shouting out suggestions and suspending a little disbelief. The comedy actors make up everything on the spot.

A spokesman for the show said: “Fancy a trip on the Tardis to answer a distress call in Mount Olympus where time has lost all its meaning?

“Or deep into the depths of Area 51 to find out the universe’s darkest secrets? Just shout it out and any suggestions will bring it to life in front of your very eyes.”

The production has been created by the Any Suggestions Improv team made up of experienced actors, comedians, musicians and technicians Lewis Dunn, Charles Deane, Louise Jones, Harry Whittaker, Matthew Stallworthy, James Gamblin, Zack Sizer, Nick Upton and Alexander Rushfirth.

Any Suggestions, Doctor? was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

It was also nominated for ‘Best Show’ in the 2017 Comedian’s Choice Awards.

For tickets visit parrhall.culture or call 442345.