Friendly Fire is an improvisation collective formed with actors, dancers, musicians and escapologists, run by Remy Bertrand from Imprology.
The name stands for the place of mass participation around which the first songs were sung and the first stories told, some 200,000 years ago.
It also stands for a wartime blue on blue hit, when your mate accidentally shot you in the back. In memory of all the amazing improvisation scenes killed in the nest to get a laugh, they try to do the opposite.
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