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Explore Edinburgh’s own improv theatre company

TBC Improv (formally To Be Continued...) is an improvisational comedy theatre company, performing and teaching short/long-form style improv. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, TBC Improv perform, teach and spread the good word of the noble art of spontaneous improvised comedic performance throughout Scotland (including Glasgow, St Andrews and the Isle of Arran) and beyond (Prague, Oxford and Buxton to name but a few)!

Mission Statement

Since its foundation, TBC Improv has been guided by three fundamental principles:

  1. To perform the improvised comedy we love so much

  2. To share that love of the improvised comedy form

  3. To help cultivate an improv scene in Scotland where numerous groups can perform and teach improv comedy regularly

Code of Conduct

TBC Improv - as all improvisational performance companies should be - is an inclusive company, welcoming of all regardless of age, race, religion, gender, sexual orientaion and physical abilities. We pride ourselves on providing a safe space for students, teachers and performers to do their best work, along with audiences to enjoy wonderful performances.

Variety is the spice of life, and an essential ingredient for great improv comedy.

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The TBC Improv Story

The history of Edinburgh’s own improv comedy theatre company

In the latter half of 2009, Lauren Berning, Fernando Fresquez and Sacha Timaeus arrived in Edinburgh, Scotland. They each had hoped to become active in the Edinburgh improv scene, but finding little existed already, they soon set out to establish an improv comedy troupe of their very own: To Be Continued...! Starting workshops to entice other potential performers, their first inaugural show was held at the Pleasance Cabaret Bar in Edinburgh on 10th December 2009; a competition style show featuring members of the workshops as guest performers…

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