Hey Horrible People, the wonderful Jan Bannister and Laughter Zone 101 has invited us to perform a special edition of Improv Against Humanity at the Anvil Centre on Friday, October 11! We want you all to be there!
Doors open at 7 pm, with the show starting at 8 pm, Tickets are $18.50 (plus service charges), and ages 15+ are welcome. Bar services are available too.
Using the hit party game as inspiration, the comedians will create twisted and hilarious scenes. Swapping bodies with mom? Discovering Batman’s guilt pleasure? Anything can happen at Improv Against Humanity!
Plus sign-up for your chance to play in the live CAH tournament for your chance to win prizes from local shops and creators. Who will be crowned the Most Horrible Person in New Westminster? Come on down and it could be you!
Warning: May contain some strong language, sexual content and mature themes. Viewer discretion is advised.
Special thanks to our prize sponsors:
Here’s what critics are saying about Improv Against Humanity:
“This high jinks-filled interactive improv series put on by The Fictionals troupe is guaranteed to tickle your funny bone… You can’t have more politically incorrect fun.” – Georgia Straight’s Best of Vancouver
“Seriously laugh out loud…. (Improv Against Humanity) guarantees some great vetted fodder for laughs of the truly horrible kind.” – Daily Hive Vancouver
“So wrong in all the right ways… One of the best events in Vancouver.” – Vancouver Sun
“A wickedly fun concept… Don’t bring the kids, folks.” – Guy MacPherson, What’s So Funny 100.5 FM
Happy Vancouver Pride, everyone! We’re celebrating this wonderful, colourful week by giving away two copies of the CAH Pride Pack, plus tickets to Improv Against Humanity: Rush Week Revelry on September 19 at The Rio Theatre! To enter, we want to know what your favourite thing about Pride is!
Is it the big parade on Sunday? The amazing costumes and dance parties? The lifelong friendships made and celebrated? Send us an email to email@example.com and you could win! Contest closes August 5!
And save the date to join us at The Rio Theatre for #IAHatRIO! We’ve added new cards in the deck, gathered more sweet prizes, and will be crowning the newest Most Horrible Person in Vancouver! Come on down!
Just in time for Canada 151, we are working on the sequel to our hit party game Cards Against Vancouver, this time inspired by life in Canada. It’s called Canadians Against Humanity, and we need your help creating the cards!
Submit your Black and White card ideas using #CanadiansAgainstHumanity on Twitter and Instagram, or by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org. By sharing your ideas, you could win tickets to Improv Against Humanity at the Rio Theatre on June 20 and other prizes! And your card may be part of the future set!
Canadians Against Humanity is an unofficial expansion to the popular game Cards Against Humanity, and we’re looking for Horrible People all across the country to submit their ideas. When the game is ready, it will be free to download, print and play.
Examples of new Canadians Against Humanity card ideas include:
From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for __________.
You used to call me on my cellphone. Late night when you need __________.
Ryan Reynolds riding a moose made of maple syrup.
Making it rain Canadian Tire money.
We’re also holding a live brainstorming party for CAH during Improv Against Humanity: Maple Madness on June 20! Come celebrate the start of summer at the Rio Theatre – advanced tickets are on sale now!
Canadians Against Humanity is not affiliated with CAH! But we are big fans of their amazing work so we encourage you to support Cards Against Humanity! Note that Cards Against Humanity is available under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 2.0 license. That means you can use and remix the game for free, but you can’t sell it.