Improv Fest Ireland

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Teacher's Club, Sunday 1st December - Saturday 7th December

Ireland's Original International Festival of Improvised Theatre & Comedy #MakeItUp19

Improv/Improvisation is an art form where performers create scenes, stories and characters in the moment live in front of an audience. There is no script, no planning and no safety net! Modern Improvisational theatre includes a wide spectrum of performances – from fast-paced comedic ‘shortform', to silent shows, to improvised puppet performances, to audience-inspired concepts, to musicals to full length improvised plays. This dynamic art form takes theatre and comedy to a whole new level – one that has audiences on the edge of their seats!


Date:
Sunday 1st December - Saturday 7th December
Time:
Varies
Price:
€10
Address:
36 Parnell Square W, Northside, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of 36 Parnell Square W, Northside, Dublin 1, Ireland

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