The Liver Birds: Flying Home is a great watch offering poignant memories to any old fan and great for young audiences to be introduced to old-school Liverpool.
“Sickly slick with blood and bile and oozing style, it’s real horrorshow, my droogs, real horrorshow.” Miranda Humphreys-Green on The Everyman Rep’s A Clockwork Orange
Hairspray The Liverpool Empire April 16 – April 21 Music: Marc Shaiman Lyrics: Scott Whittman & Marc Shaiman Director: Paul Kerryson Choreographer: Drew McOnie Cast Includes: Matt Rixon, Norman Pace, Rebecca Mendoza, Brenda Edwards, Gina[…]
“It’s going to be one of those moments that I’m just never going to forget.” Merseyside actor Rebecca Mendoza talks about appearing in Hairspray at the Liverpool Empire in her professional debut.
Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella Liverpool Empire Theatre Until April 14 2018 Director and Choreographer: Matthew Bourne Music: Prokofiev Conductor: Brett Morris Set and Costume Design: Lez Brotherston Lighting Designer: Neil Austin Sound Design: Paul Groothius RATING:[…]
“The icing on the cake has been to get Pete Best involved …He really liked the book. I took it upon myself to ask him whether he could do something and he said yes, wow!” Lennon’s Banjo writer Rob Fennah chats about Lennon’s Banjo.
The Rainbow Connection remains a pleasure to watch and is just the remedy for any midweek blues it’s audiences might have.
“Derren Brown stands front and centre as the epitome of misdirection, fun and total OMG moments.” Chris High reviews Derren Brown in Liverpool
“Ultimately its a play about friendship that everybody can find something to relate to.” Danny O’Brien & Angela Simms – stars of The Rainbow Connection, which is Downstairs at The Liverpool Royal Court – talk about this award winning play by Joanne Sherryden.
There are a number of comedy clubs in Liverpool right now. Yet the Rawhide Comedy Club remains the benchmark.