The Wednesday night show at the Improv Comedy Copenhagen Theatre is always a huge hit with comedy lovers, and it features the ICC Main Team ‘Meanwhile, Back at the Lab’ supported by another great House Team, ‘Only Human’.
Every Wednesday we present completely unique improv shows that always deliver high-quality comedy and guaranteed laughs.
It’s a show of two halves, both of them fully improvised and both incredibly funny.
No two shows are the same or even vaguely similar as they are created in the moment by the Improvisers and inspired completely by a suggestion from the audience.
Why not come, give a suggestion and put your mark on what WILL be a hilarious and spontaneous night!
Doors and bar open at 19:00
Location: ICC Theatre – Frederiksholm Kanal 2 | 1220 Copenhagen
Tickets: 80 DKK right here right now (100 DKK on the door)
Out of respect for the other show guest please arrive at the theatre no later than 19:45. If you have not checked-in at the theatre by 20:00, your reservation will be canceled and the ticket will be made available to the standby line.
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 exactly is improv comedy?
Improv is the skill of creating characters, scenes, and complete shows without ever having a script, rehearsal or even knowing what story is going to be told before the show starts. Improv comedy is doing all that with the aim of making your audience have a truly enjoyable night out.
When performing as the member of an improv team, you are an actor, musician, director, member of the chorus, scriptwriter, straightman, clown, and prompter, all improvising the entire storyline moment to moment. There are no props or set – just the improvisers and the audience’s imagination.