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Liverpool Royal Court

Dave Kirby’s 2006 play Lost Soul was an unashamed celebration of the middle-aged. Over the course of a decade its Motown-loving 50-something characters have...

Boisterous Theatre Company is the brainchild of writer Maurice Bessman and director Miriam Mussa. They felt that, despite improvements, creatives from ethnic minority backgrounds...

A primary school headteacher has won this year's Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize. The £10,000 biennial prize is awarded to a new play that to qualify...

My Fairfield Lady is the version of Pygmalion the world didn’t know it needed: a cross between Bernard Shaw’s skewering of middle-class morality and...

While the real world is in meltdown over Brexit, this revival of Scouse comedy Brick Up 2 is more concerned with the imaginary –...

Life’s not always easy on Breck Road. Money is tight, Gran is incontinent and sometimes you wish you could click your ruby Dr Martens...

There’s only one way to follow the greatest story ever told, and that’s with the world’s favourite fairytale. The Royal Court has given Cinderella a...

This isn’t the first time the 18th century folk song Maggie May has been used as the basis for a musical – Lionel Bart...

Four decades after John Godber’s Bouncers was first staged at the Fringe it remains one of the most popular and performed comedies in the...
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