Four writers, four actors and four stories exploring what it is to live in the North – and be Northern.
From the Bluecoat to the Capstone; Camp & Furnace to the Royal Court; Liverpool has homegrown delights to suit every taste this month.
30 Rock TV The most hilarious and clever show to ever grace TV screens is coming to an end this week after 7 seasons. It’s previously been shown on Comedy Central over here, but your best bet is to catch up on the box sets to watch it in all its surreal, quotable (“Good God, [...]
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.
Brighten up your January with a trip to the Unity to see Big Wow’s hilarious and homegrown The Art of Falling Apart.
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 Unity Theatre hosts its usual collection of one-man shows, with gigs from Robin Ince and Michael Legge, Seann Walsh and Josie Long.
A new play about Brian Epstein and his career with The Beatles comes to the Unity next month.
Twiddling your fingers this June? Switch off your TV set – here are seven less boring theatre things instead.
Shakespeare, giants, improv and more – here are our seven picks for Liverpool theatre in April.
For those who lost their annual Arts Council cash last year, time is running out. So what do you do? If you’re Spike Theatre, you get out there – and vow to keep having fun.
Imagine if The Inbetweeners (the second time we’ve referenced the hilarious Channel 4 show this week in a review) got stuck in a departure lounge after a week of beery mayhem in Malaga. That’s a little bit what Departure Lounge is like. Only it’s a musical. And everyone has a hidden secret or angst in [...]
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 [...]
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