September 13, 2017


Why do improv?

There are so many reasons why different people do improv. Some of us find it is a way to challenge ourselves creatively; some of us just love staying on our toes; some of us want to push ourselves out of our comfort zones.

We might be working towards personal or career-based goals. We might be actors, working on ways to develop characters. We might be businesspeople who want to use improv as a way to build confidence speaking in front of big groups. Some of us think it's a pretty awesome way to meet cool people that have a go-getting and positive attitude to life.

For something that's made up, there's a couple of rules about improv that you'll always learn on your first lesson.

We make our partners look good. It's a supportive environment where we are all here to learn, no matter how much or how little improv we've practiced in the past. We're all about the positivity here.

We say "Yes and ...". We accept what our partners offer and add to it with our own ideas. In this way, we build a scene together.

Saints class

Next classes

Our current improv classes are full and under way. However, we offer classes regularly. The next dates have not yet been set, but if you would like to be informed when they are, just send us an email at and we will let you know when we are ready to go.

In addition to classes, we offer improv workshops for companies and organizations. If you are interested in learning more about how improv training is tremendously beneficial for teams at work, have a look here.

Testimonials from our students

I fully recommend this class to anyone wanting to explore improv for the first time. There are plenty of opportunities to get out of your comfort zone with fun games and scene building.

I had so much fun each week! I recommend this improv class for anyone who wants to get out of their comfort zone and dare to let their creativity flow.

Before the first class, I was feeling a bit nervous as I thought I would be 'put on the spot' but the teacher actually created a very safe and supportive environment. She helped us progressively switch to 'Improv Mode' and trusting our own creativity. The exercises were funny and the premises were easy to reach, so I recommend this course for anyone wishing to discover improv theatre.

The class was fun! The lessons built on each other well in a gentle and encouraging environment. Four weeks was just right for a taster and it left me wanting more!


Once a month, some of the Renegade Saints will be hanging out at the Mr Pickwick Pub (80 rue de Lausanne in Geneva) on a Sunday from 11:00-13:00. Come on out and join us for some fun improv games!

We’ll do a variety of improv exercises and play a number of games, guaranteed to make you crack a smile. Come along and improvise with us. All levels of experience are welcome!

There is no charge (though any contributions at the end are most welcome). However, places are limited so sign up on Eventbrite or Glocals quick!

Here is the Drop-in schedule for the rest of the Renegade Saints 2018-2019 performing season:

  • 23 June 2019

Stay tuned for our Summer 2019 Drop-in schedule! We don't perform during the summer, but the drop-ins never stop. In fact, there are more of them! One every week!

We are still working out the schedule, but can tell you that they will start in July and will be held at the Mr Pickwick Pub on Tuesday evenings.


Class and Drop-in Locations

You will most often find us at the Mr Pickwick Pub or the Château Banquet. They are almost right next door to each other. If you need help figuring out how to get to either location, just click on the address where your class or drop-in will be held and you will be taken to an interactive Google Map.

Pickwick Map
Château Banquet Map