All posts tagged "Everyman"

  • Paddy Byrne’s Pen Factory

    We’re like Pauline. We love a nice pen. So you can imagine how excited we are for the imminent arrival of the Pen Factory. Hope...

  • What a week for Liverpool: Congratulations Fraiche, Delifonseca and Everyman

    It’s telling, isn’t it, that a month after Manchester’s Michelin Meltdown (‘what? No stars? We deserve it. We were on telly and everything…’) Oxton’s Fraiche...

  • Liverpool, Bright Phoenix: A tour, by Jeff Young

    Writer Jeff Young’s latest play, Bright Phoenix, is at the Everyman until 25 October. It’s an ode to this city – central to the story...

  • Everyman: Old Friend, New Beginnings

    It is now just a matter of weeks until the new Everyman opens its doors to an eager public, awaiting a first glimpse into the...

  • Everyman Portrait Wall: In the Bones Of The City

    The new Everyman features a portrait wall of people from all over the city - we caught up with one to find out how it...

  • The Future’s Bright: Everyword Festival

    Get under the skin (and behind the curtain) of future theatre this week, as Everyword festival infests the city with thrilling workshops, interventions and readings...

  • Words and Music by Lizzie Nunnery

    As anyone who’s witnessed any of Lizzie Nunnery’s deft theatrical pieces knows, Nunnery’s a master at creating moods – of wrapping the audience up in...

  • Radar: A Day of Pleasure at Playhouse Studio

    Next up at the Playhouse Studio is the world premiere of Singer's A Day Of Pleasure, performed by a stalwart of Liverpool theatre.

  • All Change on Hope Street

    Two of our venerable, and most exciting cultural spaces are getting the Joan Rivers treatment: and promise, when the wraps are taken off, to be...

  • SevenStreets review of the year

    Suffice to say we like everything. Well, nearly everything. But we picked out a few cultural highlights from 2011 to remind you of some gems.

  • Theatres Under The Hammer

    Pull up a chair. No, why not take the whole row. Place your bids tomorrow for a slice of Everyman history, and all your world...

  • The Final Curtain

    Not a dry eye in the house? You bet. Tori Hywel-Davies remembersone very special day - and the end of an era for the Everyman...

  • Review: Macbeth at the Everyman

    With the wrecking ball waiting in the wings, the Everyman's final production has had an incident-packed route to the stage. But can they escape the...