Taking place on the 26th and 27th November, The Free Association will present a weekend of live improvised comedy taking place at the The Free Association Theatre (Formally The ARTSpace) in Haggerston.
This charity event will showcase the most established and exciting improv acts around and will include the first live outing of Channel Five’s Borderline, recently commissioned for a second series.
Other acts set to perform over the weekend will include: Orange Tuxedo, Holly Laurent and Greg Hess, Do Not Adjust Your Stage, Ben Target and Petting Zoo to name a few.
The weekend will also have taster sessions, allowing anyone who buys a wristband to learn how to improvise with the help of an experienced instructor and in a safe and fun environment.
All of the proceeds from the weekend will go to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, with Hayley Richardson, Senior Fundraising Manager at Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity saying: “We’re so grateful to The Free Association for their generosity and support. The money raised will help to make a huge difference to young patients and families from across the UK.”
The FA’s Charity Weekender will run at the the Free Association Theatre (Formally The ARTSpace) on the 26th and 27th November. To book tickets visit: http://thefreeassociation.co.uk/shows-1/2016/11/26/the-fas-charity-weekender