March is shaping up to be a huge month for comedy – Che Burnley rounds up the month’s Liverpool funnies.
February brings a raft of new productions, from a world premiere to the first efforts of new Liverpool theatre companies to the Playhouse’s new blockbuster. Opera glasses at the ready – here are seven theatre picks for the next month.
Like a little kiddywink, I was practically counting the sleeps until a certain show rolled into town this week. Which is kind of fitting, as it was choreographer Matthew Bourne’s take on old family favourite the Nutcracker I couldn’t wait to see on the Empire stage. Something strange has crept up on me in recent [...]
Did An Audience With Rafa Benitez entertain even the neutrals with its talk of Harry Kewell and zonal marking?
Has Liverpool forgiven Ringo? Find out this weekend at the Beatle’s live show.
Deluded doyen of light entertainment, Count Arthur Strong brings his Command Performance to town. It’ll be alright on the night? Somehow, we doubt it…
Pammie Anderson gets an unexpected send-off following the conclusion of her panto run at the Liverpool. Empire
Where to start? Firstly, an acknowledgement: we’ve revered the revolution on Roe Street at the Royal Court. You know, the popular renaissance taking place thanks to comedies from Willy Russell, Alan Bleasdale and new kids on the block, Dave Kirby and Nicky Allt. The most popular of which, by some distance, was Brick Up The [...]
Something of a variety show venues, the Liverpool Empire puts on a broad array of productions, from ballet and opera to plays, musicals and musical events. Another grandiose post-Edwardian venue, the Empire had a refurbishment, including an additional wing, at the start of the century and continues to host the biggest shows in a variety [...]
How can you make a feel-good story out of racial segregation and rollers? Just add Hairspray and it’ll set perfectly…
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