Hello there all…
Do you want to learn stuff about things and history? Do you want a completely unique take on one of Liverpool’s iconic spaces? Do you want your fix of Impropriety’s brand of silliness?
Then this, my friends, is for you!
On Friday 10th and Saturday 11th August at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm Improprety will be taking over St Georges Hall and the famous Minton tilled floor to bring you…
Our specially trained impro-archaeologists guide you around the Minton tiled floor and attempt, through various arcane means of divination, to uncover the untold stories of the hall’s history live and made up in front of your very eyes. Using real facts and figures and your suggestions we will weave characters into a new vibrant history that, whilst it may not be actually true, will uncover a deeper and more entertaining truth than plain old history.
Tickets are £6, and can be bought from St Georges Hall shop, or on the door – subject to availability.
Also an update on the Improvageddon; the winners, Sticky Floor, have named the charity to benefit from their genus as Roadpeace A national charity for road crash victims, supporting those bereaved or injured, and working for road safety.
Just to remind everyone that, as usual, Jam Workshops have been taken off over the summer they will return soon to Mello Mello so keep an eye out for the announcement.
Some of Impropriety are going over to Edmonton soon to play along with our improv chums across the water… expect more news on that soon!