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Tag: Liverpool Arts Bar

Improv for Imbeciles – PA Dramatics
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Improv for Imbeciles – PA Dramatics

Many people’s first introduction to theatre is panto – not just as audience members but as actors too. But when the festivities come to an end and the January sales are over, where do budding thespians go to further their craft? Well for anyone based in and around the Liverpool area, Paul Arends has set up Improv for Imbeciles, a weekly improvisation class for beginners or anyone interested in working on their improvisation skills in a fun, no pressure environment, with classes held on Wednesday evenings from 8.30pm through to 9.30pm in Studio 1 of The Arts Bar on Hope Street, right in the heart of the Cultural Quarter. With a Diploma in Acting from LAMDA, Paul has over thirty years of experience and boundless enthusiasm, buoyed from treading the boards as a riotous panto dame t...
The Bunker (Halloween Edition) – Liverpool Arts Bar
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The Bunker (Halloween Edition) – Liverpool Arts Bar

Wing It Impro and Stories, The Bunker (Halloween Edition), is an intimate evening of storytelling inspired by the autumn season. The first of planned quarterly events, this cosy and charming evening of spooky tales is supported by Mark Smith providing live sound effects and enhancing the comfortable atmosphere with a warm and friendly presentation of the evening. The evening opens with Munro, telling a story of a family heirloom which, Alexandra, the lead character clings to for dear life, but in doing so unleashes the wrath of a terrifying beast which is determined to reclaim what belongs to them. Munro’s vocalisation of the beast’s voice is particularly good and creates a genuine sense of fear. His body language and gesturing is also very good. Munro’s second story is brighter, looki...
Life in lockdown for Young Everyman Playhouse
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Life in lockdown for Young Everyman Playhouse

Young Everyman Playhouse will sign off their 2019/20 year with a radio drama recorded from their homes during lockdown. In collaboration with the Everyman’s Hope Street neighbours Liverpool Arts Bar and local freelancers, the youth theatre has created The Visit – a seven-part drama following student Ashley’s trip to a friend’s family home during reading week. The audio drama was created at a time when projects the young theatre makers had been working on for some time could no longer take place. Following lockdown, the young actors, producers, directors, marketers, technicians saw their production of Macbeth and the annual YEP Directors Festival, postponed. Despite this, YEP have continued to work on creative projects during lockdown, improving their own wellbeing and working wit...