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Shows

  • No duplicate tickets will be issued to replace tickets that have been lost or stolen, and nor will such tickets be refunded.
  • We seat on a first come, first serve basis, except for certain premium shows. We do not offer preferred/reserved seating. Large groups should arrive early to assure the entire party will be seated together.
  • Absolutely NO video or audio recording is permitted without explicit permission from the theatre.
    Still photography is allowed without flash.
  • If the ticket holder arrives at the theatre later than 15 minutes before the stated start of the show we keep the right to re-sell the seat to another person.
  • Every effort to admit latecomers will be made at a suitable point in the show, but admission cannot always be guaranteed.
  • Mobile phones and other electronic devices are distracting to other audience members. Please ensure they are switched off.
  • No Food and outside drink may not be brought into the theatre.
  • Only in case of a cancelled show, a refund is possible.
  • Changes in the show line/content are not considered a cancellation. Although it is rare, lineups are subject to change.
  • Purchase of a ticket means you consent to film, photography and sound recordings which may include you as a member of the audience and its use in commercial distribution without payment or copyright.
  • Due to the nature of the improvised shows, some content cannot be guaranteed to be suitable for minors or very politically correct people. However, we aim for such content to be dealt with in a creative, intelligent manner and never in the spirit of hurtfulness or mockery.
  • ICC Theatre does not offer group discounts on show tickets.
  • Wardrobe is at you own risk ICC is not responsible for any loss or damage of personal guests belongings.

 

 

 

Courses (7 weeks – Level 1A to Level 5)

  • The student agrees to pay full tuition price for the specific course/workshop. Placement is not secure until payment is received.
  • Students agree that they will be held financially responsible for the total amount of the course/workshop tuition should they decide to drop the course/workshop at any time.
  • Switching to another similar course is only possible up to 14 days before the start date of the original course and depending on availability.
  • In order to make sure the group is on the same level it is allowed to miss maximum 2 classes per 7 week course. If you miss more than 2 classes, you have to re-take the entire course to be able to proceed to the following level.
  • If a student want to transfer/sell their course spot to another person: The student will be charged an admin fee of 120DKK.
  • Students agree to adhere to the expected behaviour outlined in our code of conduct.
  • Students must be on time for class.
  • In the unlikely event there is a low number of signups for a given course ICC have the right to reschedule the course for a later start date in order to make sure there is enough participants in the course for all participants to benefit from it.

  • Participation in a course means you consent to film, photography and sound recording which may include you and its use in commercial distribution without payment or copyright. 
  • No consumption of drugs, alcohol, or use of tobacco products (including e-cigarettes) during class.
  • No wanton destruction of physical class space, which includes but is not limited to the walls, chairs, lights, doors, and other ICC Theatre property.
  • No inappropriate verbal, physical or sexual conduct with others students or the class instructor.
  • Do not bringing uninvited guests to classes.
  • All students are asked to help foster a creative and supportive learning environment without distractions.
  • ICC is not reliable for any injuries or damages on material and personel that might happen during the course.
  • Since improv thrives off of support, students are asked to support their fellow classmates while in workshops by abstaining from eating, writing or reading text messages, using cellular phones, or talking while fellow classmates or teachers are talking.

  • Inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated and will result in suspension and removal from class without refund.

  • In the event of any dangerous, criminal, or violent behaviour at the ICC Theatre or related facilities this will result in termination. Termination is final and the student will not be permitted to take any further classes at the ICC Training Center.

  • As an aside, it also helps us to run a fun workshop if you can turn up on time.

workshops

  • The student agrees to pay full tuition price for the workshop. Placement is not secure until payment is received.
  • Students agree that they will be held financially responsible for the total amount of the workshop tuition should they decide to drop the workshop at any time after less than 20 days before the workshop begins. 
  • If the student cancels the workshop, the fee will be refunded as follows:
    30 days or more before the workskop begins, we will refund 80% of your purchase.
    Less than 30 days before the workshop begins, we will refund 50% of your purchase.
    Less than 20 days before the workshop, there is no refund for any reason.
    All cancellations HAS to be written, and send to classes@improvcomedy.dk
  • If a student want to transfer/sell their course spot to another person: The student will be charged an admin fee of 120DKK.
  • Students agree to adhere to the expected behaviour outlined in our code of conduct.
  • Students must be on time for class.
  • In the unlikely event an international teacher is prevented in e.g. arriving in Copenhagen and the workshop had otherwise to be canceled. ICC can provide a substitute teacher of as similar level as possible in order to still run the workshop as planned.
  • Participation in a workshop means you consent to film, photography and sound recording which may include you and its use in commercial distribution without payment or copyright.
  • No consumption of drugs, alcohol, or use of tobacco products (including e-cigarettes) during workshops.
  • No wanton destruction of physical workshop space, which includes but is not limited to the walls, chairs, lights, doors, and other ICC Theatre property.
  • No inappropriate verbal, physical or sexual conduct with others students or the workshop instructor.
  • Do not bringing uninvited guests to the workshop.
  • All students are asked to help foster a creative and supportive learning environment without distractions.
  • ICC is not reliable for any injuries or damages on material and personel that might happen during the workshops.
  • Since improv thrives off of support, students are asked to support their fellow classmates while in workshops by abstaining from eating, writing or reading text messages, using cellular phones, or talking while fellow classmates or teachers are talking.

  • Inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated and will result in suspension and removal from class without refund.

  • In the event of any dangerous, criminal, or violent behaviour at the ICC Theatre or related facilities this will result in termination. Termination is final and the student will not be permitted to take any further classes at the ICC Training Center.

  • As an aside, it also helps us to run a fun workshop if you can turn up on time.

Talent Pool

  • The talent pool subscription is renewed automatically monthly.
  • In case you wish to cancel you Talent Pool subscription please contact the head of the talentpool.

Code of conduct

ICC aims to make improv open and accessible to everyone. ICC aims to provide a fun, friendly, encouraging, trusting, safe and supportive environment where people can enjoy learning, performing and watching improv.

We believe that everyone from all backgrounds can enjoy learning, performing and watching improv. We aim to provide the best training, resources, shows and community that we can to support all improvisers and audiences.

We aim to provide a supportive and welcoming environment to people of all ages, genders, ethnic backgrounds, physical abilities, cultural views, sexual orientations, religions and nationalities, and are currently working to encourage greater diversity and accessibility in the improv scene.

If you are concerned about anything:

ICC does not tolerate harassment of any kind. If you have a concern or complaint, or are worried about the behaviour of a fellow improviser, teacher, director or audience member, please talk to your teacher or the Head of the training centre.

We offer a variety of people  you can talk to so that you can choose who you are most comfortable with. Your concerns will be listened to and follow up actions agreed and carried out where appropriate. All concerns will be addressed in the strictest confidence between you and your welfare officer only, and will not be communicated to anyone else in ICC without your permission.

Talking to us helps us to continue to provide a safe and supportive space, and speaking up will never result in you losing places in shows or similar.

To help this we also ask our students and teachers to follow the guidelines below:

–  Improvise from a place of fun, love, kindness and respect for your fellow improvisers and audience.

–  Support each other, in and out of class. on stage and off stage.

–  Work together as a team.

–  Listen to your scene partner.

–  Collaborate with your scene partner, unless it is unsafe or demeaning to do so.

–  Collaborate with, rather than compete with, your fellow improvisers.

–  Respect physical boundaries and don’t do anything physically dangerous to yourself or your scene partner.

–  Respect sexual boundaries, on and off stage.

–  Safety, trust and support is always more important than the temporary existence of an improv scene. So if in doubt, stop the scene, and you won’t be made to feel bad for doing so.

–  Risky subject matter in scenes is to be treated with full emotional intelligence, and your teacher is there to help you with this.

–  Help us to create an environment free from sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ageism or harassment of any kind, on and off stage.

We ask our students, teachers and performers to respect this at all times.

This document is open to feedback:

Our Code of Conduct & Diversity Policies come from consultation with various improvisers, performers, students and professionals.

We also received advice and information from other theatre companies and organisations.

We’d appreciate your thoughts. If there is anything you would like to add or change please email us at icc@improvcomedy.dk

  

Contact information

Improv Comedy Copenhagen
Frederiksholms Kanal 2
1220 København K

icc@improvcomedy.eu

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