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Improv Comedy:”Meanwhile Back At The Lab” & “Fallen Sundays” (EN)
Saturday 15. December 2018 @ 20:00DKK100
Lights! Action! Music! All made up on the spot!
The weekly Saturday night show featuring the very talented ICC main Team’s “Meanwhile Back At The Lab” & “The Fallen Sundays”
The Fallen Sundays are Improv Comedy Copenhagen’s resident musical improv troupe. They create a fully improvised musical comedy show, complete with choreography and harmonized songs, right before your eyes. All based on your suggestion! It’s both opening and closing night. Nothing’s more fun than watching people spontaneously bust into song. A treat for your eyes..and ears!
Meanwhile, Back At The Lab- 5 of ICC’s most experienced performers, each perform one character in one scene in real time.
The shows are completely improvised, and will never be performed again. The ICC teams always deliver high-quality comedy and guaranteed laughs. The show is kicked off with a random suggestion from one of the audience members. Come give a suggestion and put your mark on what WILL be a hilarious and spontaneous night!
Make sure to get your ticket in advance, as the shows have been sold out lately.
Doors and bar open at 19:00
Show start: 20:00
Location: ICC Theatre – Frederiksholm Kanal 2 | 1220 Copenhagen
Tickets: 100 DKK right here right now (125 DKK at the door)
The show is in English.
Each week the ICC Theatre features several different shows – most of them in English simply because our performers come from over 10 different countries and therefore there is a very international focus. Besides this, the ICC has its own Training Centre where Improv Comedy training is available to anyone – from the absolute beginner to the experienced actor. Over and above this, the ICC has a department dedicated to running events, workshops, team-building experiences and shows for businesses both within and outside of Denmark.
What is improv? [im-prov]
Improv refers to Improvisational comedy: is completely unscripted comedy, no performance is ever the same. The dialogue, action, story, and characters are collaboratively created in the present moment by the performers as the improvisation unfolds.