There is a limited amount of wheelchair accessible seating available. Please contact us to reserve these seats at firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently, all tickets must be purchased online. Please check in with the Box Office Attendant upon arrival.
Theatre doors will open 30 minutes prior to the performance. The Bar and lounge is open one hour prior to the start of the show.
Performances start promptly at the time indicated on your ticket. As to not disturb the performers and other audience members, latecomers can be seated at the intermission or at the discretion of the Front of House Staff. Please Note: Express shows do not have an intermission.
All ticket sales are final and unfortunately, we are not able to offer refunds.
The bar offers a limited number of snacks available for purchase. There are several restaurants on Granville Island – we recommend making a reservation.
Beverages and snacks purchased from the Bar are welcome to be brought into the theatre. Outside food and beverage is not permitted in the theatre.
We strive to offer programming which is accessible to most ages, however young children can be disruptive to the performers and other audience members. If a show is not suitable for younger audiences, it will be noted in the show description that we do not permit children aged 8 or younger, including toddlers and infants.
Please Note: as The Improv Centre is a licensed facility, all minors (persons under the age of 19) must be accompanied by an adult.
We encourage audience participation for all of our shows, but we would never ask an audience member to come up on stage or participate if they did not want to, regardless of where they are seated.
Participation is encouraged and a key factor in improv. Please call out your ideas or volunteer to participate when the cast requests audience participation. Untimely or ‘unasked for’ participation can be very disruptive to the cast and unpleasant for your fellow audience members. In such cases, individuals not respecting this regulation will be asked to leave the theatre.
Using your camera during the performance is disruptive to fellow audience members as well as to the cast and is not allowed under any circumstances. Individuals not respecting this regulation will be asked to leave the theatre.
Talking on the phone during the performance is disruptive to fellow audience members as well as the cast and is not allowed under any circumstances. Individuals not respecting this regulation will be asked to leave the theatre.
Yes – if you have an Access2Entertainment card, your accompanying caregiver will receive free entry. Contact the box office for the promo code to apply at check out. If the accessible table is needed, contact box office to book. Your Access2Entertainment card will need to be provided for verification upon entry.