HAVE you ever wanted to jump into the Tardis and tell it where to go? Do you dream of embarking on an adventure with an alien who can take on many faces? Or maybe you have an idea for an episode of Doctor Who you would love to see come to life?

York company Any Suggestions Improv say "we can do all that, enhanced with live music and sound effects, but to save the day we need your help". Welcome to Any Suggestions, Doctor? An Improvised Adventure in Time & Space!, a show destined to crash back into the Edinburgh Fringe for a second summer next month.

"Any Suggestions, Doctor? has regenerated, bringing with it new performers, upgraded costumes and props and a unique radiophonic workshop," says cast member and The Press reviewer Louise Jones. "Brand new episodes of Doctor Who will be improvised on the spot, taking on suggestions from the audience and creating new planets, monsters and even civilisations, using nothing more than imagination, music and wigs."

Before Any Suggestions Improv head north to Scotland from August 4 to 28, Any Suggestions, Doctor? can be seen at Great Yorkshire Fringe in York for one day only at The Shed, in Parliament Street, on July 23 at 3pm.

Joining Louise in the cast will be co-producer Lewis Dunn, director Charles Deane, James Gamblin, Matt Stalls and Harry Whittaker. Heeky Tak is Dunn's co-producer and also in charge of tech, while Alexander Rushfirth provides the music.

"After sold-out shows in Brighton and being described as 'the best improv team in space and time' by AlbieMedia.com, witness our return to the Fringe, funnier, slicker and more musical than ever before," says Louise. "Join us for a hilarious show as we travel across the universe and return home in time for tea. Geronimo!"

Tickets for July 23's 50-minute show are on sale at £10, concessions £8, at greatyorkshirefringe.ticketsolve.com/shows/873572819. The Edinburgh Fringe run will at be at Sweet, Grassmarket, on August 4 to 13, 15 to 20 and 22 to 27 at 4pm; box office, tickets.edfringe.com