The Mousetrap doesn’t hold too many surprises 60 years on but is as comfortingly enjoyable as a Sunday night in front of the TV and fire.
The West End juggernaut comes to town – and even two disappearing Phantoms couldn’t mask the quality of this new production.
Often naughty, frequently nice and occasionally – when Rhydian’s on stage – terrifying. The Rocky Horror Show is still packing them in and as purely, daftly enjoyable as ever.
It’s freezing outside and while we can’t warm you up we’ve found seven Liverpool comedy shows that should cheer you up…
Sod the Winter austerity – here are seven plays in Liverpool to warm your cockles.
The Carnival of Horrors return to Liverpool with a new show that will thrill, shock and probably make you hurl
Three Cinderellas, two Atomic Kittens, one David Gest. From the Unity to the Empire; Playhouse to Brindley there are plenty of pantos and Christmas shows for all tastes and ages this December.
The Welsh national Opera’s brief stay in Liverpool – bringing three shows to the Liverpool Empire – demonstrates that opera has something for today’s modern audiences. All it needs is a makeover…
Dirty Dancing doesn’t transfer to the stage seamlessly, but fans of the film – and the genre – should find enough to enjoy in this new musical.
Two talented young casts, a new script from an acclaimed playwright, an Olympic connection. What could go wrong?
There are dozens of opportunities to see opera in Liverpool over the next six month – here’s how, when and why you should take the opportunity.
30 years on those Hitchhikers riffs are still going strong, even if the stage show didn’t always gel.
Twiddling your fingers this June? Switch off your TV set – here are seven less boring theatre things instead.