A fast-paced show that will definitely put a smile on your face.


Improvisation is a skill that is known to be hard to master, and it has to be said that City Impro are incredibly good. Improv Deathmatch, showing late on Brighton Fringe’s opening day, was quick and witty; the group have an undeniable connection. Everyone in the audience seemed to be having a great time, and the fact that we were able to choose who won each round made it all the more amusing. This level of energy is what we’re after at the fringe.

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