An All Star Improv Comedy Charity Weekender
The Free Association; London’s leading improv theatre and school is hosting a charity weekend of live improvised comedy on the 26th-27th of November at the The Free Association Theatre in Haggerston. They will be entertaining and inspiring with the finest improvised comedy in town.
SOME OF THE ACTS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
Craig and Carla Cackowski are LA based actors, writers and improvising legends. Craig has written for and appeared in Community, Veep and Drunk History. Craig teaches improv at the Improv Olympic, Carla teaches improv and sketch at Second City. This is their two-prov show which tours the US.
The cast and writers of Channel 5s Borderline will take to the stage, live, to improvise a show based on the audience’s airport themed suggestions. A Free Association exclusive, won’t be seen anywhere else…
HOLLY LAURENT and GREG HESS
Holly and Greg are improv teaching and performing legends from LA. They both teach at the Improv Olympic. Holly is a member of one of the best house teams in iO history – The Reckoning. Greg is part of the critically acclaimed improv group Cook County Social Club. Holly and Greg will be doing their two-prov show.
The FA’s headline show returns. A cast of the some of the finest improvisers in London will create a hilarious show inspired by the true life monologues of a very special guest.
FACT UP/COMING SOON
The SOAP Network is a Podcast network affiliated with the Free Association, a leading light in the UK comedy podcast scene. This very special LIVE PODCAST RECORDING, will see a mash up between the network’s two leading shows FACT UP and COMING SOON.
There will be a free 2 hour Taster session, on the weekend, for anyone who buys a wristband. Learn how to improvise in a totally safe and playful environment, then stay and watch some comedy!
DATES: Sat, Nov 26, -Sun, Nov 27 2016
TIMES: Saturday 12:00pm – 10:30pm, Sunday: 12:00pm – 9:30pm
DAY TICKET: £15 // FULL WEEKEND: £25 // INDIVIDUAL SHOWS: £5 (limited availability on the door only)
Click here for tickets. All proceeds go to the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
The Free Association Theatre
113 Southgate Road