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Racing Minds Pluck a Radio Play from Thin Air

Monday 30th January / posted by Matt Tomich

It's hard to imagine anything more terrifying than getting up on stage night after night with no script and no plan.

But for UK improv group Racing Minds that’s totally normal.

Chris Turner, Dylan Townley, Tom Skelton, Douglas Walker and Daniel Nils-Roberts have been improvising together for years, as well as coming to Perth for Fringe World.

They’re back with heaps of shows this season - kicking off with an appearance at Caitlin's Big Night-time Radio Fun Party.

But first they joined Breakfast to create a radio play out of thin-air about aliens, presidents and a turkey sandwich.

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