MONTHLY SHOWS

 

©OlivierValiente

 

What's a big show like?

Our shows are a mix of shortform improv comedy games, and longform improvisation (an entire play conjured from thin air), all inspired by audience suggestions. 

They are funny, kooky, heartfelt, bizarre, hopeful, unexpected, and a little crazy beautiful. Each show is different from the last and we never know which adjectives will apply. 

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TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR:

Full Price........................................................................................10€  
Students of BIG................................................................................5€  
 
*All tickets cash only

Doors open 20.30h  /  Show begins at 21h
No reservation necessary, arrive at 20:30 to guarantee your seat.

Tinta Roja, C/ Creu del Molers 17 (map)

Full bar at the venue with 15% off all drinks when you show your sticker



FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Can I buy my tickets in advance?

No, all tickets are released at 20.30h on the night of the show.
At this time, tickets for groups can be purchased in order to reserve seats.

Can I pay by card?

No, ticket sales are cash only and our wonderful box office crew love correct change! An ATM is located on the corner of C/ Blai with C/ Creu dels Molers

Will I be brought up onstage?

Occasionally we ask for audience volunteers, but in the case of most shows, we only ask our audience for suggestions to inspire our scenes. Participation is completely voluntary, and always extremely welcoming and straightforward. 

Is this show child friendly?

Everyone is free to determine what is appropriate for their own children. Because the shows are unscripted, adult content and swear words sometimes feature in our stories. We make no guarantees about the appropriateness of the shows´content.

Do I need a high level of English to attend?

Our audiences range from native English speakers to English learners. Much of the comedy and interest created physically can be very entertaining without understanding all the dialogue. That being said, a higher level of English will of course allow you to appreciate more of the show.

 

A TYPICAL BIG SHOW IS

I never thought that I’d find such an incredibly polished, professional and super funny show - in English - in Spain. They are, all of them, very talented players who have clearly honed their craft as well as the actors and improvisers anywhere I’ve seen, including Chicago, NYC and LA.