96/27 is a true account of a survivor’s experience of Hillsborough. The play, that will be performed in a cramped changing room as part of Hope Street Ltd’s On the Verge festival this week, aims to communicate how the aftermath of a traumatic experience can cause mental health issues and asks the question ‘can storytelling […]
A-Void is a new dark comedy performance piece which invites its audience on a journey through an exploration of cult mentality, body politics and propaganda… quite literally – as it takes place on a bus. Inspired largely by the lies of the pro-Leave Brexit campaign, Donald Trump’s rise to power and “other political catastrophes”, A-Void, […]
Liverpool Unearthed: The Bridewell is new horror-theatre experience, set in an old Victorian police station. Part of Hope Street Ltd’s On The Verge festival, there are performances in the unusual venue of the Bridewell Studios on Prescott Street (just up from the Royal Hospital) from October 19th to 22 – including a midnight performance. Bespectacled […]
Pour and Serve by Caitlin Gleeson is a new solo performance – in a bar – that uses real stories to examine the language of sexual harassment and how it forms part of a sinister culture of violence against women. A drink with a bartender who flips the script on gender, power and ‘harmless’ banter, […]
Five professional dancers will perform with five football players and even a referee, in an intriguing new piece of dance theatre coming to Liverpool for one performance only. The Match, by Barcelona-based international company Vero Cendoya Dance, will come to Toxteth’s FireFit hub pitch next month.