Articles relating to: Liverpool
Miracle on 34th Street was always going to be a commercial banker for the Liverpool Playhouse.Read the full story..
Regular Everyman panto-goers could be forgiven for thinking they’re stranded in an endlessly recurring dream.Read the full story..
Playwright Rona Munro tells us in her forward to the programme for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein that she has a “visceral aversion” to analyses of a writer’s work that use their biography “to interpret the stories they told”.Read the full story..
Stage adaptations of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s hugely popular children’s books are so ubiquitous these days that they should probably be categorised as their own sub-genre of theatre.Read the full story..
Full disclosure: I have not in fact seen the Oscar-winning film on which Little Miss Sunshine the musical is based.Read the full story..
We were absolutely blown away by just how articulate and passionate the young protesters were at last Friday’s Global Climate Strike.Read the full story..
British culture can offer few positions more indicative of popular, mainstream acceptance than an afternoon guest slot on BBC Radio 2.Read the full story..
Full disclosure: I have emotional skin in the game here.Read the full story..
Win a family pass to the BBC Summer Social at Croxteth Hall, Liverpool.Read the full story..
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