What better way to wind off after a long day than having a good laugh while all proceeds go to charity! Local improv group based out of Richmond loves making people laugh while helping charities at the same time.
The Tickle Me Pickle Sports Improv group (TMP) is a non-profit organization that aims to bring sports-improv experiences to individuals in Richmond. Their improv shows go about promoting the arts of improv, educating individuals on the art of improv and doing community improv shows. TMP was established back 1999 and officially incorporated as a non-profit society in 2012.
TMP also offers workshops for the youth and young students in Richmond. The workshops teach youth about improv and making them laugh. TMP explains on their site that,
“TMP feels very strongly that participating in the art of improv has the potential to build confidence, communication and team building skills. “
Coming up soon on October 2nd they will be holding a charity improv event. The event is called Laughter is the Best Medicine. 100% of the proceeds of this event will be given to the Richmond Food Bank’s School Meal Program. All admission sales, concession sales and bar sales will be given right back to feed the kids.
Doors open at 6:15 pm. Show starts at 7:00 pm @ The Red Gate Revenue Stage in Vancouver. You buy your tickets here.
Early Bird (until April 24): $15
General Admission: $18
Door Sales (if tickets remain): $25
if you aren’t able to attend the event but would love to still give back to kids, you can head over to the ticket site and just choose the donate option! Isn’t that awesome!!