SHOW START: 19.30
The headline show at The Free Association brings together the best improvisers from the FA and a very special guest from the world of comedy, entertainment and beyond.
Our special guest this week is actor, writer, comedian and podcaster, Stevie Martin.
Her TV credits include Channel 4’s Damned, ITV2’s @Elevenish, Comedy Central’s Brotherhood, Channel 4’s The Reunion and Sky Kids So Beano. Radio credits include Radio 4’s Fresh From The Fringe and Sketchorama. She’s also co-written, co-starred in and co-produced a number of BBC3 Quickies for social media as well having written and starred in numerous branded sketches for a range of brands from Ocado to Acuvue.
“One of the best debut solo shows I’ve seen at this year’s Fringe”
“As you’d except from a writer and performer of Martin’s calibre, it’s a bright and eventful first show.”
“Not just a dab hand at gangly absurdity but expertly witty on the fly”
Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
Stevie will take a one-word suggestion from the audience to inspire her ‘monologue’ - true stories, opinions, thoughts, and anecdotes from his own life. These monologues are sometimes dark, sometimes racy, usually weird and always real! Our all-star team of improvisers will then use these monologues to inspire completely improvised scenes and sketches, for a fast-paced, electric and hilarious hour of comedy. Every show is completely different, but one thing is for sure - It’s all created in the moment, before your very eyes.
We think this is one of the best improv nights in London. If you disagree, we’ll give you your money back!
“This is What Real Improv Looks Like” - Fest Magazine
“★★★★★ “A superb masterclass in the art of improvisational comedy” - London Theatre1
“Had Me In Stitches” - Theatre Performance Magazine
“Hugely talented supergroup... expect high-quality made-up-on-the-spot funnies” - TimeOut
“London’s Newest Craze” - Vice Broadly
“Take a risk and you might end up with a phenomenal evening” - Broadway Baby
“[The FA are] starting something of a revolution” - Female First
“They are all truly masters of improvisation.” - A Younger Theatre