Laugh it OFf : a heritage lottery funded project
Humour is the oxygen of the city of Liverpool.
This project is exploring the historical role of humour in Liverpool's resilience and what that means for wellbeing in the present day. Our young participants are learning about humour and comedy and in turn, create a wellbeing toolkit, exhibition and research the history and heritage of Liverpool's funny bone
If your school or youth group would like to be involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
comedy courses for schools
We are currently taking bookings! Our school programme has been running for 20 years and, over 6 weeks, is guaranteed to turn your pupils into stand-up comedians. Our professional comedians will cover everything with participants - how to generate material, turning that into a routine, delivery techniques and mic skills. But most of all, this programme builds confidence, self-esteem and examines how humour can help us feel happier and healthier. Get in touch with email@example.com to book.
well funny workshops
Our Well Funny sessions examine how humour can make us happier, healthier and more resilient. To book a session for your school or community group please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
our project partners
Working with the Ken Dodd Charitable Trust, Lady Anne Dodd, Royal Court Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University (with more partners to be added) is allowing us access to some incredible artefacts and detail to give the project real value.
This project is kindly funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. For more details go www.heritagefund.org.uk