All twisted up in Alberni with improv

There's a no-holds barred dirty show down taking place in the Alberni's Capitol Theatre this weekend.

James Brook

This Saturday, June 18 the Capitol Theatre will host a hilarious Sick and Twisted Improv Comedy night, performed by the theatre’s improv group.

The show comes with a warning this time: it is for mature audiences only.

Sick and Twisted Improv features a no-holds-barred comedy showdown between two teams, who for this night only can perform completely uncensored.

Popular demand requested this followup show to the improv teams’ successful St. Patrick’s Day performance in March. As the final show at the Capitol before the summer hiatus, the actors will be giving it their all.

Improv comedy features unscripted scenes based on audience suggestions, and follows the same format as the popular TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway.

Tickets are only $5 for the fully licensed show, which starts at 7 p.m. and keeps going until you bust a gut laughing.

For more information, please call the theatre box office at 250-723-1195.

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