What do you think about when you think about England? Henry V kicking ass at Agincourt? Or great big M&S knickers?
Part history, part story-set, and part straight-up rant, The King’s Knickers wilfully picks at the loose elastic of national identity, asking what a hard-drinking, battle-hardened hero king - and really big knickers - can tell us about being English today.
Stephe Harrop is a contemporary storyteller, spitting out new words and playfully re-spinning old tales to try and make sense of a crazy world.
“One of the punkiest storytellers I know. Really cheeky and always properly in the room and talking to actual people who get on buses and eat pizza and shout at the telly.” - Alys Torrance, Story Jam
NB: This performance takes place in the Warehouse Theatre at Liverpool Hope University's Creative Campus.