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Max & Ivan Are... Con Artists

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A fact you may or may not know is that Esquire staff member Max Olesker moonlights as one half of Foster's comedy award-winning double-act Max & Ivan, fresh from a sell-out run in Edinburgh of their latest show Con Artists, which this week they are reprising in all its multi-faceted comedic glory for a limited time at The Soho Theatre.

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Describable only as an epic narrative sketch comedy heist, the pair play all the characters themselves - including a Russian billonaire, an East-End conman and a camp guy who works in HR.

Expect a quick-fire mix of character comedy, one-liners and sophisticated genre parody.  And funny voices of course.

Tickets: bit.ly/SohoConArtists / www.maxandivan.com /Runs until October 20

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