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We wish you a made up Christmas and a hip happy New Year

Well what a year of amazing make em ups!  Here at Impropriety Towers we are closing the door of 2015 and preparing for an even bigger and better 2016.  2015 saw us doubling up our workshops, we got a new Director (Yay Mr Chris Carney), we had a visit from the lovely Jason Hardwick from DieNasty all the way from Canadia for the Improvathon “Happily Ever After?” and our wonderful Mr Owen Scrivens tied the knot with beautiful bride Sophy.

So onto 2016…..

We are so delighted to announce our brand new schools project School Improvageddon which will come to fruition on March 10th at Unity Theatre (watch this space for more details).  4 teams from Broadgreen International School and Pensby will battle it out to see who becomes the FIRST EVER SCHOOLS IMPROVAGEDDON WINNER!!  It will be an event not to be missed.

We’ve entered the Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund to help toward making this exciting new project happen.  We’d be awfully grateful if you would click on here & give us a wee vote!!  Right Click and Open in New Tab

And don’t forget our first show of 2016 – Impropriety Play The Pilgrim on Thursday 21st January at The Pilgrim Pub – 7.30pm doors, 8pm show – only £4 (£3 students).

And of course our workshops continue at 81 Renshaw Street every 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month.  7-9pm and only £4.

So as we shut the shutters and turn up the fire we’d like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that has made this year special, from you the audience to the volunteers to our partners in crime.

And thank you to everyone who we collaborated with this year including…..

81 Renshaw, Bay TV, ComedySportz UK, DieNasty, GIT Awards, HELOA, Hope University Drama Society, Open Culture and Victoria Gallery & Museum (Light Night), Liverpool Confidential, Liverpool Mental Health Consortium, Liverpool University Drama Society, Liverpool Welcomes, LMJU Comedy Society, MadeUp Liverpool, North West Cancer Research, Secret Circus, Studio2, The Pilgrim, Threshold Festival, Torrid Star (Uptown Funk Challenge) and Unity Theatre (Liverpool Theatre Live)

And of course a special thank you & fond farewell to our birth place The Kazimier.  As Cleo Laine very aptly put it during “Kazablanca – A Farwell to The Kazimier” you will always be in our hearts.


Kazablanca - Photo by JoNa


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