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Liverpool Comedy Improv is an ever growing community of improvisers that span the globe. Every member of the community brings so much to improv and every player is unique in their own way. This podcast series will give me the opportunity to delve deep into all things improv and life with a guest from the LCI community. I want to know how people got into improv? The impact it has had on their life? & What struggles they have had to overcome inside and outside of improv? & away from improv wha ...
 
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Jen has an infectious passion for improv and her valuable insight into the art form makes this episode a must listen! Whether you are new to improv or an old hand, you will pick up some valuable tips from Jen during this interview. We take a deep dive into musical improv (something that Jen specialises in and teaches at LCI) and we hear Jen’s take …
 
Hannah is an engaging individual with a true passion for improv. In this interview we hear how she has always been an improvisor from as far back as she can remember and how the improv community is the place she feels she is truly accepted for just being her own unique self. It is an insightful discussion full of tips for improvisors and actors ali…
 
Hope and Creativity – led by Bird Lovegod and Mike Chesterton As part of our series exploring Hope throughout Lent for Leeds Lent Prayer Diary 2021, in partnership with Leeds Christian Community Trust, we welcomed Bird Lovegod, freelance journalist, Director and Co-founder of Ethical Much! We ask for your prayers for the work of each project featur…
 
Chrissy reminisces about her earliest memories of performing as part of the Urdd Eisteddfod, which is a natioanl celebration of culture in Wales. We discuss our passion for dancing and the similarities between the positive affects of dancing and improv.We get to hear about Chrissy's surprising hobby and how she has mastered ther art of the family Z…
 
Leeds Citizens is a partner organisation of LCI, utilising community organising to work for the common good of the city. LCI and Leeds Citizens work together to encourage theological reflection and learning on the big social issues faced by Leeds communities and, as part of this work, are encouraging reflection, storytelling and learning on the iss…
 
As part of our series exploring Hope throughout Lent for Leeds Lent Prayer Diary 2021, in partnership with Leeds Christian Community Trust, we welcome Anna Bland, Development Officer at Leeds Methodist Mission, Revd Madeleine Andrews, Supernumerary Methodist Minister involved in the work of Leeds Citizens and Chair of Burmantofts Community Projects…
 
Jo talks about the huge impact improv has had on her life in a short time & how she is excited for a future full of improv. She suffers with anxiety and depression & has discovered that improv is the perfect tonic for helping her to focus on a positive future. We discuss her performing background & how she is enjoying reconnecting with the performi…
 
Helen is an engaging individual with a great passion for improv. In this interview she talks about her initial apprehensions about improv before she finally took the plunge and became completely immersed in it. She weighs up the struggles some actors have with the idea of working without a script and how that can act as a barrier to a lot of people…
 
Becky Cherriman’s poem “Morality Tale”, published in the anthology And The Stones Fell Open: A Leeds Poetry Anthology available here, is a prophetic poem and read by the poet herself with a pace and tone that emphasise the powerful ache of the words. “As a freelance writer, I had not been in a position to contribute to a pension scheme until I star…
 
Geoff is a true beacon of positivity and in our chat he gives an in-depth look into how improv helped to turn his life around. He talks about how LCI has become his family and a place he truly considers home and mentions many of the LCI members that have become true friends over the last year. We discuss various other topics such as his comedy infl…
 
Richard Wilcocks’s poem “Dorothy Wilkinson, Suffragette” published in the anthology And The Stones Fell Open: A Leeds Poetry Anthology available here is a wonderful poem to share at any time, but we are sharing this to celebrate International Women’s Day on 8th March 2021. Richard sings with Leeds Festival Chorus and in 2018 curated the ‘War Requie…
 
As part of our series exploring Hope throughout Lent for Leeds Lent Prayer Diary 2021, in partnership with Leeds Christian Community Trust, we welcome Revd Phil Arnold, vicar of Christ Church, Upper Armley in Leeds. Revd Phil, who has long been committed to Christian mission and particularly cross cultural mission, reflects on why Hope endures. htt…
 
Ange talks about how improv changed her life for the better and about how much genuine joy it brings her. We discuss how she got involved in Broken Chair Improv and Boss Birds and look ahead to the many wonderful things that the future has in store for both improv troupes. We break down the differences between the different forms of improv and shar…
 
Lynda talks in depth about her acting career and how it's never too late to follow your dreams. She gives us an insight into what led her to improv and reveals the importance of improv in her life during the last year. We discuss some hilarious scenes we have been in together and we found out who Lynda considers to be her influences in acting and i…
 
Today's guest is San George. San talks about how improv has had a positive impact on her mental health & how important online improv has been during lockdown. She gives us an insight into her footballing past and how a life of sport morphed into a life of improv. We also discuss the bus journey that changed her life, her big love of animals & how w…
 
Today I get to talk to one of the longest standing members of Liverpool Comedy Improv Dave Hodgson. We talk about the very early days of LCI and how different the improv world is right now compared to back then. We discuss the positive impact improv has had on Dave's life and we drift into some some chat about superheroes and how they can inspire u…
 
In this episode Michael opens up about his struggles with mental heath and uses the opportunity to help try and spread a positive message for others who may be struggling with their own mental health. We discuss his impressive stories from his acting days and how the improv community as well as his dog walking community have helped him to take cont…
 
In this episode I speak to 'The Mayor of Improv' Mark Turpin. We find out how Mark earned his prestigios title and how he tried a variety of hobbies including Laughing Yoga before he settled on Improv Comedy. We discuss comedy influences and the positive community that exists in the improv world and how that positivity can spread into all aspects o…
 
In episode one I have a lovely chat with LCI regular Heather Dickinson. We talk all about her journey to Liverpool Comedy Improv, how improv has had a positive influence on her life & how there is so much more to improv than just being funny. We also discuss Heather's work in mental health and how it can be linked to all things improv. We break dow…
 
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