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  • September 20, 2017

    REVIEW: Thaddeus Bent’s Fear-tre of Fear, 81 Renshaw

    If a creepy sense of deja vu has descended on you, dear reader, fear not; this is indeed the second review of this show, at this venue, on this site. A time-travelling purveyor of Liverpool’s finest spooky tales, Thaddeus Bent began life as a sketch group regular, with creator Rob Bond going on to develop […]

  • September 13, 2017

    Carnival of Eternal Light’s Looking Glass returns

    The Looking Glass is the new, interactive, family-friendly show by Manchester-based theatre company Carnival of Eternal Light, inspired by the well-known and well-loved works of Lewis Carroll.  It debuted earlier in the year and was performed in Liverpool as part of the Fringe Festival, and will come back to its venue of Frederiks Bar on […]

  • September 8, 2017

    Liverpool’s improvised soap is back, back, BACK!

    It’s been a few years, but Impropriety have announced the return of their improvised soap opera concept this month, with a Swinging Sixties theme.  Their unscripted, ongoing story, The Happening, will run every Monday for six weeks, from September 18 until October 23. 81 Renshaw is the venue hosting this year’s show. They say: “Come […]

  • September 7, 2017

    Blame it on Bianca del Rio

    The RuPaul’s Drag Race winner charmed Liverpool with her first city appearance  An extra earner on a night off from the larger Comedy Queens tour, Bianca del Rio stopped by Liverpool gay bar Heaven last night for a quick club appearance courtesy of the first promoters to finally start bringing Drag Race contestants to the […]

  • August 31, 2017

    REVIEW: The Royal, Liverpool Royal Court

    There are lots of very good things about The Royal, which has been a huge word-of-mouth success for the Royal Court. Returning to the theatre after its premiere run last year, the madcap Scouse play tells the story of a bunch of misfits trapped in the Royal Liverpool Hospital as the old building – a […]