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The Singapore Improv Festival 2018


Thu Mar 15 2018, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Fri Mar 16 2018, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Sat Mar 17 2018, 9:00am–11:00pm
Sun Mar 18 2018, 9:00am–11:00am

Where: Aliwal Arts Centre, 28 Aliwal Street #03-03, Bugis, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird - All Access Pass - 35% savings: $170.00
  • Early Bird - Saturday Pass - 30% savings: $108.00
  • Early Bird - Sunday Pass - 30% savings: $108.00
  • Early Bird - Show-Shop Bundle: $38.00
  • Early Bird - Saturday 1.30pm: Improv For Everyone: $17.00
  • Early Bird - Sunday 1.30pm: Improv For Everyone: $17.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 9am: Improv for Facilitators: $64.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 9am: Play Like A Girl: $64.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 9am: What’s Your Status?: $64.00
  • Early Bird - Sun 9am: Unconditional Improv: $64.00
  • Early Bird - Sun 9am: Devil’s In The Details: $64.00
  • Early Bird - Thu 8-10pm: Open Up My Eager Eyes: $26.00
  • Early Bird - Thu 8-9.30pm: Set the World on Fire: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Fri 8-10pm: Friday Night And The Lights Are Low: $26.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 1.30-3.30pm: Heart Is Like An Open Highway: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 4-6pm: Players Gonna Play Play Play Play Play: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 4-6pm: Shiny And New: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 7-9pm: Pinky Rings Up To The Moon: $26.00
  • Early Bird - Sat 9.30-11pm: Midnight Train Going Anywhere: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Sun 1.30-3.30pm: Oh-hoh-hoh-hoah: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Sun 4-6pm: The Kid Is Not My Son: $21.00
  • Early Bird - Sun 7-9pm: Is This The Real Life?: $26.00
  • Additional fees may apply


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Now in its second edition, the Singapore Improv Festival presents completely unscripted and unmissable stories created with nothing but a little help from the audience and the performers’ own creativity. One can expect unique tales of love, horror, adventure and science fiction and much more—made up completely on the spot.

“The first Singapore Improv Festival was a resounding success, and we are excited to bring the Festival back for another iteration. No two shows are the same due to the nature of improv, and we are excited to see what stories we can tell this year, with the help of the audience, of course,” says Kim Tan, director of The Singapore Improv Festival.

A bumper lineup of local and international improv troupes. With a total of 40 teams participating, twice that of the inaugural SIF in 2016, the festival promises to bring double the laughs.

This year’s performers include Les Musicables, Singapore’s only dedicated musical improv troupe; The Modern Schemers, Singapore’s longest running improv team; and The Latecomers, a troupe of stand-up comedians who excel in Whose Line Is It Anyway style games.

And for the first time, international improv troupes will also gracing the festival stage. The lineup includes teams from the Philippines (SPIT), Hong Kong (People’s Liberation Improv), Beijing (Beijing Improv), South Korea (Imfrog), Australia (Nick Byrne) and Germany (KurzFormChaos).

Alongside shows, SIF18 will also hold workshops for those curious about improv. Classes will be held for all skill levels, so whether you are keen to hone your acting skills, want to try a teaser course or simply wish to apply a little a bit of improv spirit into your life, there will be a workshop for you.

The Singapore Improv Festival was first started in 2016 by Kim Tan and Hazel Ho of The Improv Company, Singapore’s largest improvised theatre company that aims to bring the joy of improv theatre to Singapore and the region. Tickets for the festival will go on sale on February 1st through the Festival website, and are priced from $25-30. A 30% early bird discount is available until end of February.

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