The Everyman’s rock’n'roll panto is glorious, ridiculous, riotous fun and only a scrooge would disagree.
What does a 300 year old play have to teach us about our world view? More than you might think…
Liverpool’s famed theatre for the masses, boasting a strong cultural legacy of its own and still staging plays throughout the year. Currently due for a refurb, the Everyman is the, er, everyman sister theatre to the grandiose Playhouse. Bar and restaurant in the cellars feature a great choice of beers and food.
Nick Holloway unravels the complex tangle of QUANGOs, budgets and assorted acronyms to investigate how funding cuts will affect arts and culture in Liverpool. So, what’s in the firing line?
The Everyman has announced a series of free backstage tours to take place over coming weeks.
Does the Everyman’s new production of this century-old book find something new to say? Review by Alan O’Hare.
A new production of The Ragged-Trousered Philanthropists starts at The Everyman this month
Far more than a pre-theatre drinking spot, the Everyman Bar and Bistro’s three rooms feature huge, communal tables, low ceilings, good company and some of the most delicious (and reasonably priced) food in the city. Ocassional discos in the third room add to the atmosphere in this much-loved institution. Great for those who appreciate the [...]
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