Twisted Flicks is a monthly comedy show that makes HORRIBLE movies HILARIOUS.
Seattle’s funniest improvisers watch a bad movie on the big screen, mute the sound and then use your suggestions to make up brand new dialogue, music and sound effects on the spot.
Our bar (cider, beer, liquor and wine) and concessions stand (candy, popcorn, soda and La Croix) will be open throughout the movie! So grab a snack, kick back and laugh at Twisted Flicks!
Jet City Improv is partnering with local charities Page Ahead and Northwest Harvest to help our neighbors in need. We’re collecting new books for Page Ahead and nonperishable food items for Northwest Harvest.
Page Ahead serves Washington’s children, families and communities, with new books for children, literacy support for families, and reading resources for communities. Northwest Harvest is Washington’s leading independent hunger relief agency.
Simply show your donation of a new book or nonperishable food item to the volunteers in our concessions stand, and enjoy a freshly popped popcorn as our way of saying thanks. Limit one small popcorn per person per show, but please don’t let that stop you from bringing multiple items to donate!
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When can I see it?
The last weekend of the month at 8:00pm. Sometimes that means performances Thursday through Saturday, sometimes Saturday only. See our calendar for complete details.
What does it cost?
Tickets are $12 online on Thursdays and $17 online on Fridays and Saturdays. Last minute tickets are $18 at the door (cash or card). Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, Amazon employees and TPS members with ID.
Would you like to bring a group? Grab a discount for 10+ people by clicking here.
Want to gift this show to someone else? Consider buying a gift certificate!
Can’t make it to the show? Check out our refund policy.
The movies selected for the Flick are never worse than PG, so you won’t see anything on the big screen more inappropriate than a buxom babe or a cheesy fake wound. The improvised dialog will follow suit and will stay away from objectionable language you wouldn’t normally hear on network TV.