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  • April 26, 2016

    Spymonkey’s Complete Deaths

    Now, this production comes highly recommended from those in the know – top physical comedy muckers Spymonkey are bringing their unique tribute to Shakespeare, Complete Deaths, to the Playhouse next month. Promising to “scale the peaks of sublime poetry, and plumb the depths of darkest depravity”, the company commemorate the Bard in their own inimitable […]

  • April 24, 2016

    REVIEW: Dorothy’s War, Edge Hill Arts Centre

    A new full length show by three-part harmony group The Harmonettes turns its attention to WWI in a tender and intriguing tale about women and war – with songs, of course. Dorothy’s War intertwines the incredible true story of journalist Dorothy Lawrence – who disguised herself as a soldier and cycled to France to observe […]

  • April 19, 2016

    Interview: Kicking Off writer Robert Farquhar 

    Robert Farquhar is one of Liverpool’s most prolific and well-known working playwrights; his credits include Dead Heavy Fantastic, Live Forever, and being one third of the wonderful and much-missed company Big Wow. Now, he is turning his attention to the silver screen – his play God’s Official has been turned into a film, Kicking Off, […]

  • April 15, 2016

    Improvathon lives!

    Fantastic news today, in that we will get an improvathon this year after all! Following on from the demolition of the beloved Kazimier, Impropriety are setting up shop at the Kaz’s new space, the Invisible Wind Factory in the north docks, for their seventh 33+ hour non-stop improvised comedy/drama/everything inbetween shenannigans. The Invisible Wind Factory […]

  • April 12, 2016

    Introducing: The Sketch Men

    Attempted Jokes is the new one hour show from up-and-coming LIPA graduate comedy duo The Sketch Men.  “We feel as though sketch comedy has been a bit forgotten in this country, specifically on screen,” says Sketch Man Zach Slater.  “There’s a plethora of strong acts, many of which we’ve seen, who are trying to raise […]