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Liverpool Royal Court

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...

Stephen Fletcher originally wrote Mam! I’m ‘Ere! to create work for fellow actors over a quiet festive season, staging it on a shoestring and...

Gerry Linford’s The Miracle of Great Homer Street was runner-up in last year’s Hope Playwriting Prize and Les Dennis was sitting on the judging...

Back in the 70s, The Liver Birds was ground-breaking TV – a show where the lead characters were two young women who were feisty...

Dave Kirby took inspiration for Council Depot Blues from his time working as a young Liverpool ‘corpy’ house clearer in the 1980s. The disparate...

Reading Her Benny, Silas Hocking’s Dickensian tale of slum children fighting to better themselves in a cruel world, has been a rite of passage...

The art deco venue has been awarded national portfolio organisation status and has recently completed a major restoration, just in time to celebrate its...

What better theme for a Christmas show than the greatest ever told? And lo, the Nativity came to Liverpool. But this being the Royal Court,...

It’s not surprising that when Lindzi Germain was challenged to write her own show by producer Kevin Fearon – after berating him for a...
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