Some of our friends at Impropriety have been stealthily making their way over to the wilds of The Wall, I mean Canada, to take part in a fantastical challenge.
Whether MADEUP is telling you about this to share the good news or for the flimsy excuse to use a gratuitous picture of the beautiful Jon Snow (above, obv), who can be sure. Earlier in the year, Impropriety did some wonderful things over the span of their 33 hour non-stop improvathon, which this year boasted the talents of some of Canadian comedy troupe and masters of the art form Die-Nasty (catch up on all that crazy business here).
It was, without a doubt, one of the highlights of the year. And now, to repay the favour, some Scouse talent including Lauren Silver, Helen Foster, Angie Waller and Trev Fleming have flown out to the vast expanses of North America to take part in Die-Nasty’s latest non-stop event.
Except it’s something even more mental.
Soap of Thrones is the 20th annual improvathon of its kind, and it’s a whopping 50 hours long. Our heroes will not sleep for the duration as they take part in a two day long improvised show in Alberta this weekend. Good luck sers and septas. Winter is coming, and all that…