The Fictionals have been serving up Vancouver Improv Comedy since 2010. Our award winning trademark brand of live improv is “seriously laugh out loud” (Daily Hive Vancouver) and “guaranteed to tickle your funny bone” (Georgia Straight).
We’re serving up laughs right in your living room with our new online comedy show series! Check out Homeprov on Facebook!
Have a question about our future live events? Want to hire The Fictionals to perform at your next corporate or private event? Then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
Hot Improv Tuesdays weekly Vancouver Improv Comedy at Cafe Deux Soleils – POSTPONED
Ladies Against Humanity takes over Rio Theatre – POSTPONED
We offer online and in-person improv workshops for team building and corporate events of all sizes! So whether you’re a big company or a small party, let us create a customized workshop for you. Skills learned will include teamwork, brainstorming, and storytelling tips for instance. We can also tailor the workshop to your focus areas. Learn more here!
The Fictionals have been featured comedy entertainment at numerous conventions, expos and festivals. These events include Fan Expo Vancouver, Anime Revolution, Capital City Comic Con, Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo, and Vancouver Comic and Arts Festival. We have also performed for Vancouver Writers Festival, Terminal City TableTop Convention, and Taboo Naughty But Nice Show. We love performing for conventions and special events, and now we want to bring Fictionals funny to you! Find out more here!
“One of Vancouver’s best improv troupes.” — Georgia Straight, Best of Vancouver
“The Fictionals definitely keep the audience captivated.” — Vancouver Is Awesome
“One of Vancouver’s best comedy groups.” — Westender, Best of the City
“The Fictionals displayed an impressive range of styles, from straight-up improv, to singing and dancing… Some truly inspired moments that took me by surprise…” — Vancouver Weekly
“The Fictionals are testament to (Vancouver’s) burgeoning comedy scene.” — Whistler Question