1 2 3 4 5
  • October 19, 2016

    REVIEW: Happy Hour, Arts Centre Edge Hill

    Happy Hour is the seventh show from Liverpool-based physical theatre company Tmesis, and continues in the vein of 2015’s That’s Amore – four performers on a wry, sideways rollercoaster ride through modern life, brimming with as much fun as poignancy. Turning its attention to the world of work, this time Tmesis create a universe that […]

  • October 17, 2016

    There’s Three Sides to What We Did Next…

    Liverpool theatre group What We Did Next return next week with the North West premiere of the off-Broadway musical Three Sides. Written by Grant Olding – the composer of smash hit One Man, Two Guvnors – it is described as “a rom com for the modern age”. After a depressing new year, a chance meeting […]

  • October 10, 2016

    Spine at the Playhouse Studio

    In an era of political disillusionment and generational divides, has politics forgotten the people it represents? And, what price do we put on knowledge?  From fast-rising playwright Clara Brennan and starring Rosie Wyatt, the UK tour of critically acclaimed, award-winning play Spine opens at the Playhouse Studio tomorrow (October 11). Spine charts the unlikely friendship […]

  • October 5, 2016

    Cabaret from the Shadows comes to the Invisible Wind Factory

    “The performance is cabaret – but not as we know it…,” say Teatro Pomodoro. “For one night only, let devilry, illusion, mischief and merriment seize your very heart and soul at the Cabaret From The Shadows!”

  • October 3, 2016

    The Secret Life of Mia

    The Secret Life of Mia is a promenade performance aiming to its audience on an intimate journey into the secret world of women starving for beauty. Created by Liverpool-based performer Amandine Vincent, The Secret Life of Mia will be performed in Liverpool city centre and St Helens throughout October, with audiences of no more than […]