You think you had a strange day at work? If you weren’t hanging from the rafters dressed as a giant shrimp while being serenaded with a Bond theme, then you’ve got nothing on Adam Keast…..
There’s a new adaptation of 1984 playing in Liverpool right now getting some of the best reviews we’ve ever seen, so we had to talk to the man responsible..
Never mind Farmaggedon – the real terrors this Halloween week are to be found at the Playhouse.
Mark Thomas’ new show weaves humour and politics expertly – and invites a willing audience along for the ride
The new adaptation of Crime and Punishment at the Liverpool Playhouse is theatre-making at its best.
Read an interview with the play’s director – and win tickets to see Crime and Punishment at the Liverpool Playhouse
An unusual spin on a familiar set-up, wonderful ambiance and excellent lead performances make Melody Loses Her Mojo a satisfying and confident productio.
Despite strong performances and moment of beauty, The Kite Runner never develops a sense of threat or urgency that such a lengthy, weighty production requires.
Lovely central performances ensure that Beautiful Thing is still engaging, though time has lent a familiarity to the play that diminishes it.
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