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Spooky storytelling in The Bunker this halloween

Head deep into The Bunker in Hope Street this Halloween for a thrilling and intimate live storytelling event.

Wing It Improv & Stories is presenting three nights of creeps, chills and things that go bump to frighten and entertain audiences.

The Bunker (Halloween edition) will take place beneath Liverpool Arts Bar in Hope Street from October 29-31.

Six original stories will be told in the space which is being transformed for the spooky site-specific event – with organisers promising “a visual, verbal and musical feast”.

It is the first production by Wing It, a new company founded by former Spike Theatre artistic director Mark Smith.

The performers are Angie Waller (Nana Funk), Eavan Seasman, Emma Reilly, Mark Smith, Munro Scott, Paul Skinner (Tmesis Theatre, Spike Theatre) and Trevor Fleming (Impropriety).

Future projects include further story events, a new improvised show called Honesty! created in association with immersive artist Sarah Hogarth, and a festival of improvisation.

The Bunker is being staged with Covid safe measures in place including social distancing and enhanced cleaning while audience members will be encouraged to wear masks.

Hour-long shows are at 7pm, 8.30pm and 10pm each evening. Tickets are £10.

The Bunker is at the Liverpool Arts Bar from October 29-31. More from the website HERE


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