IWOW | International Weekend of Wellbeing

Royal Court Theatre


10.30am - 4.00pm



On September 21st the International Weekend of Wellbeing will come to Liverpool’s Royal Court theatre. The Courtyard will become an exciting hub for our Wellbeing Marketplace offering the chance to experience the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku or Forest Bathing followed by some kid friendly comedy with Gav Cross’s Twisted Tales for Terrible Children. For a full hit of active wellbeing take a stationary ride on our bicycle-powered smoothie machine to get your endorphins and your juices flowing! Twist your own melon at the comedy hypnosis booth and sample the delights of our healthy lunch menu. Chill out afterwards in our virtual reality meditation chamber, and for a quick fix of big laughs, The World’s Smallest Comedy Club is sure to tickle your fancy. We will also be welcoming those that sign up for free tickets to the Royal Court theatre. You will be guided to our art deco studio comedy club for some handpicked comedians. Join the critically acclaimed Liam Hale for something gastronomic and deliciously funny. Enter a resting state with the award winning comedian Top Joe and his hilarious spiritual conference. Top Joe will be followed by the soothing sounds of our free sound bath; here you will have the opportunity to bathe in the meditative sound of singing bowls. All of these shows are free and we would recommend booking tickets in advance.

Family Friendly, Other, Workshops, Storytelling