City improv group Impropriety will be returning to their spiritual home of the Kazimier for the final time next month in what is sure to be a fitting tribute to the venue before it closes for good at the end of the year.
It may have always been better known as a music venue but for MADEUP and surely many others it was better known as the place where the magic of the annual Improvathon took place, among other delightfully unique theatrical happenings.
Get down there on December 3 for their final fling: Kazablanca. Set during the early days of World War II, a group of Liverpool Improvisers meet numerous characters, with unforeseen complications.
They say: “Picture the scene…2008. A ragtag bunch of Improvisers needing a venue to commemorate the life of Improv legend Ken Campbell. And of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world….they walk into the Kazamier.”
Impropriety invite you to celebrate with them 7 glorious years of make em up marvelousness in the place of their birth, where our hosts promise a night of old favourites plus new tales, never seen before and never to be seen again. Sob…
Tickets will be available on the door, cash only, for £8 on the night. Don’t miss this one!