From Iceland — Happening Today: Improv Iceland

Happening Today: Improv Iceland

Happening Today: Improv Iceland

Published May 10, 2016

Joy to the world, Improv Iceland will now be held in English! The renowned improv theater company started in 2015 and has performed in various places including the DCM festival in NYC. The group, consisting of Iceland’s funniest actors and actresses, comes together for a night of unscripted dialogues, spontaneous musicals and improvised acts, making each and every show a premiere AND a final performance. Previous events have been extremely popular among Icelanders, with weekly shows perpetually sold-out. Therefore it was only a matter of time until the group made the performance available to all with bi-weekly shows starting May 10 at 20:00, much to our happiness. This event at Húrra is not to be missed and the best way to turn your Tuesday into an amuseday.

Admission is 2,000 ISK. Tickets are sold by the door.

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