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Everyman and Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool – AUCTION. Bid for your own little bit of Everyman history From Thursday 28 July you can bid for your very own bit of the Everyman in an auction of the well-loved well-used and well-patched up seats and benches from the iconic theatre’s auditorium before its £28m redevelopment
Half of Hope St will be closed to traffic on Saturday evening as a large crowd will gather around the Everyman theatre to say farewell to the old place before it is demolished and rebuilt. Should be a great night, see you there. Via Everyman website… Before work begins on the brand new Everyman, please
Deaf School interview: Hope Street was where it was happening – Liverpool Arts – Entertainment – Liverpool Daily Post. Deaf School’s Clive Langer talks to Jamie Bowman about celebrating a wonderful era at the Everyman THE Beatles may have had the hits, Frankie Goes To Hollywood the controversy and Flock Of Seagulls the hair,
From The Everyman Theatre which closes on 2 July 2011 (to be rebuilt) Share your memory of the Everyman… …before Friday June 24th’!! Your last chance to wish the Everyman well on its exciting new journey will be on Sat 2nd July. For this, we are working with Slung Low, with whom we collaborated on
Everyman and Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool – What’s On. Morrissey’s Macbeth is commanding – there will be audience members left with dry eyes from feeling unable to blink during his performance Liverpool Daily Post Read Full Review Gripping stuff and transfixing to watch Whatsonstage.com Read Full Review 9/10 a marvelously full-blooded production Liverpool Confidential
The Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse seek a Theatre and Community Director (12 months maternity cover) Theatre and Community Director (12 Months fixed term Maternity Cover) Liverpool’s leading producing theatres seek a Theatre and Community Director to manage the Theatre and Community Department the Everyman and Playhouse. As work on the £28m redevelopment of the Everyman
Everyman and Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool – News. The Everyman and Playhouse theatres are thrilled to announce for May at the Everyman: David Morrissey in William Shakespeare’s MACBETH with Jemma Redgrave as Lady Macbeth, directed by Artistic Director Gemma Bodinetz. The return of David Morrissey, one of the country’s foremost actors, follows a line of great
CHARLIE AND LOLA’S BEST BESTEST PLAY Sat 12, Mon 14 & Tue 15 Feb 2011 at the Everyman Matinées: 11am & 1.30pm (plus 4pm on Sat) Tickets: £10-£12 Age: 3+ Running time: 1 hour 10 minutes including interval I have this little sister Lola. She is small and very funny… Will Lola ever tidy her
Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres seek a Youth Theatre Director Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres seek a highly experienced theatre practitioner, youth practitioner and manager who will lead on the development and expansion of the youth theatre and youth strategy for the Theatres in line with the Capital Development of a dedicated space for Youth
PANTO COMMUNITY BLANKET WORKSHOP A lovely workshop for the whole family happening at THE EVERYMAN THEATRE on SATURDAY 20th NOVEMBER 2010 1-3pm We will ask everybody who attends to come and create a patch with us. We will be creating these with the question in mind “What do you love about Christmas?” We will be
Hit Me! The Life and Rhymes of Ian Dury Tue 9 Nov to Fri 12 Nov at the Everyman Evenings: Tue to Fri at 7.30pm Preview: Tue 9 Nov Tickets: £10-£14.50 Age: 16+ (This show contains strong language.) Running time: 100mins plus interval Publicly, Ian Dury was a cheeky chappie and purveyor of saucy lyrics.
Tickets still available. prepare for the Adventure Working with one of the UK’s most exciting theatre companies, Slung Low, some of our most innovative writers have been creating seven new stories inspired by the city. Which story will you encounter, where will you see it and how will it be told? Stories by Robert Farquhar,
Liverpool Daily Post – News – Liverpool News – New £28m Everyman theatre ‘for the 21st century’ gets the go ahead. Good news! This story keeps popping up as people get nervous about funding. Seems it’s causing some delay but still going ahead
Not a huge amount of detail but you can see some drawings and a model of the proposed New Everyman Theatre in the ground floor cafe area at the moment. Sign up to their website to get all the latest info. www.everymanplayhouse.com
Tours at the Everyman You are being invited to take the unique opportunity to go backstage at one of the city’s cultural institutions with the announcement of a series of free tours and drop-in sessions at the Liverpool Everyman this summer, running once a week from Saturday 3 July to Friday 3 Sept. The tours