Trev Fleming’s 300
Sunday 30 July 2017 from 3pm
Trev Fleming will create 300 improvised characters over the course of a 300 minute long performance. Using one word suggestions from the audience to inspire his scenes, he will be backed up by members of Liverpool’s premier improvised theatre company, Impropriety.
The show will take place in the phenomenal arts and music venue 81 Renshaw.
All profits generated by the performance will be donated to Northwest Cancer Research.
How It Works:
The show begins at 3pm and is made up of six episodes of 50 minutes each, with a ten minute break for the performers and audience.
Episodes start promptly on the hour 3pm, 4pm etc with the last episode starting at 8pm.
Tickets are £3 per episode or £12 for the entire show, cash on the door only.
If you can’t make the show then here’s the link to donate online
What the press say
The performance space at the back of the café at 81 Renshaw Street is intimate but this served to create a sense of community in what was a collaboration between audience and actors, in that the members of the audience wrote down the words they wanted Trev to improvise with, and then Trev and the rest did all the work. That’s my kind of collaboration….. And did it work? Yes, it certainly did…. all were ingenious, sparkling, and witty. (Downstage Centre)