April 11, 2024: V4 Improv Connect: Thursday Showcase

NIGHTLY SHOWS at Funnylicious Theater from April 9th to 12th. FREE improv shows every night, each show featuring artists from different countries. No two nights are the same, spotlighting the incredible versatility and international flair of improv theater with every show.

Featuring an International Cast from:

Door opens at 19:45; Show starts at 20:00

DATE: Thursday, April 11th, 2024

VENUE: Funnylicious Theater, Mickiewiczova 4, 811 07 Bratislava (entrance is via 29.Augusta Street)

TICKET: FREE (Seats are limited. Book now)


Thursday, April 11th, 2024

Door opens at 19:45; the Show starts at 20:00


Funnylicious Theater, Mickiewiczova 4, 811 07 Bratislava

Please note that the entrance to the theater is located at 29.Augusta Street, around the corner from Mickiewiczova 4. Please note that the closest parking is on Spitalska Street or next to the Medical Garden.


  • FREE


International ensemble from 6 different countries

Additional details


English (with lots of broken English and various English accents done poorly)

Viewer discretion

May contain crude, indecent language, and absurd humor.


Funnylicious theater is wheelchair accessible. Please inform us in advance if you require any assistance so that we can make the necessary arrangements.

About V4 Improv Connect

Supported by the Visegrad Fund, V4 Improv Connect is an initiative by the International Society for Arts and Culture, o.z. (ISAC) which is the parent organization of Funnylicious Theater. The project aims to transform the landscape of improvisational theater. With a focused mission to unite theaters from the Visegrád countries – Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, and North Macedonia – and beyond, this project seeks to elevate improvised theater from casual comedy to a recognized art form. Improv’s real-time narrative crafting demonstrates human resilience and creativity, highlighting its significance and versatility.

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from the International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.