Saturday 20th April
Part of the Liverpool Improvisation Festival 2024
Who is the God of roundabouts? How did the microwave get its ping? What is Yorkshire, and how did it come to be? Senior academics of mythology (not really) Professor Lee Hithersay and Dr Robert Bond will guide you on a journey through your imagination.
You, the audience, will create your own legends and even have the chance to get on stage and help tell them. Will it be Greek? Can it be Viking? Should it be ancient Mesopotamian? We don’t know! That’s up to you. You’re the boss. We just work here.
The combined theatrical forces of Silly History Boys, Wing It Impro, and Rubbish Shakespeare Company bring you a hilarious hour of imagination, adventure and live music, where audience participation is utterly and completely – mandatory.
Performed by: Rob Bond, Danny Bradley and Lee Hithersay
Co-creation and directed by: Mark Smith
Twitter / X – @rubbishshakes, @sillyhistoryboyshow, @wingimpro
Instagram – @rubbishshakespeare, @sillyhistoryboys, @wing_it_impro
Quotes on previous work:
‘We laughed so much at their ridiculous antics and their storytelling that we could have happily watched it all over again’ ★★★★★– WEST END BEST FRIEND
‘Very, very funny’ ★★★★★– WEE REVIEW
‘Horrible Histories with a dash of The Young Ones energy… This is improvised theatre at its very best’ ★★★★★– AT THE THEATRE
‘Quite brilliant and delightfully bonkers’ ★★★★★– THE REVIEWS HUB
‘They set it up so cleverly that it really sings’ ★★★★– DAILY RECORD
‘An hour of non-stop, high-energy enchantment… A rare and genuine delight’ ★★★★– THE LIST
‘One hour of hilarious fun, which had both adults and children alike cheering for more’ ★★★★– BROADWAY WORLD
This show is part of the second instalment of the Liverpool Improv Festival. To find out more and book Full Day / Weekend Access please visit here.