Royal Court favourites Lindzi Germain, Angela Simms and Lynn Francis have written and star in this brilliant comedy which will have you stitching your sides together. Also starring Danny O’Brien and Alan Stocks and Directed by Cal McCrystal. Don’t miss the Royal’s last stand! They are not going quietly!
One hundred years on, Everyman & Playhouse present this modern classic in a major co-production with Abbey Theatre, Citizens Theatre (Crime and Punishment) andHeadlong (The Glass Menagerie, plus touring shows 1984, Spring Awakening and The Absence of War) directed by Headlong’s Artistic Director, Jeremy Herrin. In the extraordinary circumstances of World War 1, eight ordinary men are changed, changed utterly… This iconic war play by Frank McGuinness is a powerful portrayal of mortality, love and loss. What more have we to tell each other?
A co-production between the National Theatre of Scotland and Live Theatre Adapted from Alan Warner‘s brilliant novel about six girls on the cusp of change, when love, lust, pregnancy and death all spiral out of control in a single day. Warner’s blisteringly funny dialogue ends in fireworks (literally). A musical play about losing your virginity and finding yourself.
Shout! The Mod Musical is a non-stop party through the infectious and soulful pop anthems and ballads of the swinging 60s. Playing at the Royal Court Theatre from 20th May ! http://www.royalcourtliverpool.co.uk/
Direct from a smash-hit West End season and international tour.Michael Rosen’s award-winning book We’re Going On A Bear Hunt is brought vividly and noisily to the stage in director Sally Cookson’s fun-filled adaptation set to Benji Bower’s versatile lively score. Join our intrepid adventurers on their quest to find a bear; as they wade through the gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the thick oozy, squelchy mud!
40 years after it was written, Alan Bleasdale’s comedy Down The Dock Road comes to Royal Court Liverpool. The show was a smash hit when it opened in 1976 and this run will see Les Dennis and Andrew Schofield together on stage. It’s Grandad’s last day as a Docker after 40 years’ hard labour. It’s the lads that he’ll miss the most. Mickey the comedian, Dobbo the Croxteth Cassanova and Wonderboy who is a few crates short of a full pallet. Then there is Mad McKenna, tough as nails and the undoubted leader of the pack.