Improfest – live comedy on stage in Kraków

Quick, slick and silver-tongued, the best of Poland’s comedy improvisation acts – plus special guests from the UK circuit – will be live on stage in Kraków this weekend for the second Małopolska ImproFest.

The Polish acts will include W Gorącej Wodzie Kompani (Trójmiasto), Teatr Improwizowany Klancyk (Warsaw), No Potatoes (Lublin), Improkracja (Wrocław), Siedem Razy Jeden (Zielona Góra), and of course Kraków’s own Ad Hoc.

Fresh from the Edinburgh Comedy Festival, the UK impro act Mischief will take to the stage as special guests on Sunday.

In fact, over the three days of the festival, from November 16 to November 18, there will be performances from some 30 artists at the very top of their game.

One day tickets for the festival cost 35zł (25zł discounts, 50zł VIP), except for Sunday, which will cost 40zł (30zł discounts, 50zł VIP). Passes for the whole festival cost 99zł (79zł discounts, 149zł VIP). All shows will be at Klub Żaczek and Rotunda. For more details and a full programme visit improfest.paka.pl.

Here’s a short clip of what UK act Mischief get up to:

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