Consequenses of Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Dear show guests, comedy lovers and students at the ICC Theatre community.
We as a privately owned cultural institution and theatre are now in a very difficult situation, facing the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis. As a non-publicly funded theatre our survival is relying on the income generated from shows and classes, which obviously is not possible at the moment, and as it looks at the moment we’re not facing any chances of being compensated for the losses. This might ultimately mean a total closure of the only international comedy venue in Denmark.
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO KEEP THE THEATRE ALIVE
Since our opening in 2016, our theatre has helped more than 2000 Danish and international improv students from 30+ countries find their voice and a home away from home. We would love to be alble to keep doing so after Covid-19!
So if you have ever seen a show, taken a class, heard about us or if you are just that secret patron of international culture now is your time to help us.
Give your contribution now.
You can give you contribution to keeping the theatre alive by ordering a gift card that you can activate to one of our award-winning comedy shows after the situation has settled.
If you are not a resident in Denmark and still would love to help us it is also possible to give a donation, small donations are also accepted by mobilepay.
Any help is highly appreciated and will increase our chances of survival tremendously.
We hope for your generous support at are looking forward to hopefully survive through this crisis together ALL of us!
On behalf of the ICC Theatre community and Family
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