During the weeks leading up to the performance, Impropriety will be working with Broadgreen International School and Pensby High School to create teams of junior Improvisation masters who will come head to head at Unity Theatre.
But it’s not all just about the comedy. Ian Hayles, Impropriety Creative Director explains “Improvisation is fast becoming a skill that employers are actively looking for because of it’s teaching of confidence, problem solving and social interaction. Schools Improvageddon is giving young people a chance to develop these skills alongside professional Improvisers as well as giving teachers the basic tools to continue that work at the end of the project. Schools Improvageddon gives students the opportunity to proudly represent their school in a unique way.”Students who took part in the project said: “I learned many things such as learning to keep focused. I have also learnt to be more confident in myself”
“People who are normally shy stood up”“I learnt that you can enjoy yourself by working hard” “I have learnt to generate ideas on the spot and use them in my work” The made up magic is all created from suggestions……from YOU…the audience. Four teams enter – only one can be crowned SCHOOLS IMPROVAGEDDON CHAMPION 2016 – You decide! Tickets cost £10 (£8 Concession) can be purchased via Unity Theatre, 0151 709 4988 or http://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk.