Come on in, the water’s fine… In this critically acclaimed improvised comedy show, an all-star cast of improvisers will be joined by a very special guest to create a one-of-a-kind comedy experience.
Our guest will take a one-word suggestion from the audience to inspire their ‘monologues’ – true stories, opinions, thoughts and anecdotes from their own life. These monologues are sometimes dark, sometimes racy, usually weird and always real!
Previous guests for The Free Association’s flagship show JACUZII, include Phil Wang, Mae Martin, Nish Kumar, Neil Casey, Charlotte Ritchie and many more.
Featuring a team of the UK’s best improvisers, this show is one of a series of hit improv comedies presented by The Free Association across a two-week VAULT takeover, including St Doctor’s Hospital, FAQ, Minority Report and 666 Hell Lane.
The Free Association (The FA) is an improv theatre company, school and corporate trainer, described by the Evening Standard as "London's Best Improv Comedy". Our mission has always been the same: to provide the best improvised comedy in the UK. On stage, we create hilarious comedy shows. In the classroom, our students develop the confidence and ability to express themselves. In business, we build an idea-friendly environment; a culture where workers can encourage, and be encouraged, to innovate in the moment.
Inspired by the success of improv theatres in the US, The FA has developed its own original improv techniques and formats, which are performed at The FA Theatre and taught at The FA School. Since we started in 2014, The FA has overseen the professional training of thousands of comedic improvisers and produced hundreds of shows in London and at the Edinburgh Festival.
Press & Reviews
“a phenomenal evening”
“This is what proper improv looks like.”
Get Your Coats On
“wild, witty and wickedly funny”
This Week Culture
“Improv fans really, really need to make sure this date is in their diary”
Cast & Creative Team Cast: Graham Dickson, Naomi Petersen, Mariam Haque, Charlie Kemp, Lola-Rose Maxwell, Chris Gau, Shamus Maxwell and more.
Producer: Dominic Lindesay-Bethune for The Free Association