Get stuck into a day of improv comedy in Droitwich.

The 'Whose Brine Is It Anyway?' workshop is coming to the Old Library Centre on Saturday, June 22.

The session will be led by Jon Trevor, a Birmingham-based improv comedian and professional coach, who is considered one of the best in the Midlands.

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Participants will have opportunities throughout the day to refine their skills with a range of improv games and exercises.

It is not just for performers, but anyone interested in learning, practising, and using improv in their daily life.

Simon Britton, principal of Whose Brine Is It Anyway, said: "We're thrilled to bring improv to Droitwich.

"Improv comedy is all about spontaneity, creativity, and connection, and this event embodies all those elements.

"Whether you're an aspiring improviser or just looking for a good laugh, this is an event you won't want to miss."

The Droitwich-based group, whose name is a tribute to TV classic 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' and the town's heritage as a salt producer, was formed in April 2024 with the aim of performing live at the Rik Mayall Comedy Festival in 2025.

Early registration for the workshop is encouraged as spaces are limited.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at