This production of Blue Remembered Hills is as perfect an evocation of the casual cruelties and wonders of childhood as you will see.
Win tickets to see Ralf Little in A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg at the Liverpool Playhouse
With laughs and shocks sitting side-by-side, this take on …Joe Egg is a troubling but rewarding production of one of theatre’s modern classics.
Despite its breakneck pace there’s plenty to enjoy in this new adaptation of Philip Pullman’s dark, modern fairytale
Can you have too much of a Moliere thing? In their third foray into 17th century comedies, Roger McGough and Gemma Bodinetz revive a comedy of manners, mischief and high society…
The John Shuttleworth show doesn’t cover any ground – but that’s kind of the point.
A very different kind of show from Mark Thomas is a beautiful piece of work that doesn’t patronise his father’s illness, not ignore his frailties, as they connect over a love of opera.
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.
Singing, dancing, goodies, baddies and very rude jokes. The rock’n'roll panto is back at the Playhouse (oh yes it is).
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.
Gogol’s Russian comedy of errors gets a makeover as a broad Northern farce in A Government Inspector.
Kneehigh takes on an old comedy classic and gives it an imaginative twist. But is the result fit for the scrapyard or knacker’s yard?
This update on Sillitoe’s classic has much to commend it but seems as confused as its protagonist at the finish line.
One of Liverpool’s guiltiest pleasures is announced: The Rock’N'Roll Panto – and its two biggest stars – are back this Christmas.
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