A non-participatory workshop with a twist, Jon Pointing brings out his alias in Cayden Hunter to teach us all a thing or two about the craft of acting.
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Make It Write’s production Virago performed a quartet of plays from four different local writers around the theme of strong women.
Bespectacled Theatre tackles the subject of sex education with their no holds barred production. Definitely not for the faint of heart.
A review for the Ian Salmon play Venus Rising, a tale about a supremely popular but disillusioned ghostwriter of ‘Mummy Porn’.
Set in the not too distant future, this production explores a landscape full of mad political leaders and the barmy situations they bring… sound familiar?
Ugly Bucket Theatre Company present us with a clowning exploration of what it’s like to graduate and be stuck with the dreaded ‘post-uni blues’…
The Liverpool Everyman tackle the Anthony Burgess cult classic A Clockwork Orange, a tale of a young man obsessed with Beethoven, inexplicable violence, and milk.
The Everyman Company continue the season with their take on the rootin’-tootin’ musical classic: Paint Your Wagon. Find out what our writer had to say about the show.
Head to The Casa for this harrowing story of the shipyard workers who were falsely imprisoned by an unjust Tory government.
A classic adaptation, from the page-to-stage. The Kite Runner continues its run at the Playhouse Theatre Liverpool, in a not-to-miss show-don’t-tell story.