'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Sat 21 Mar to Sat 18 Apr
A dark, contemporary telling of Shakespeare’s most magical play. Directed by Nick Bagnall.
Sun 15 Mar, 3 courses for £19.95 served from 12 noon until 5
Treat your Mum this Mother’s Day to our 3 course menu, served in the Everyman Bistro with roaring real fire and a backdrop soundscape of Cole Porter.
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Today marks one year since the new Everyman opened its doors to the public for the first time. It has been an incredible 12 months in the life of the theatre; from the 4,500 people who poured in to the building on March 2 2014 to winning the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize.
We have created two events that will explore the themes and issues around their hit production, Educating Rita. On Tuesday 24 February actors Con O’Neill and Leanne Best will be at Waterstones in Liverpool One as part of the store’s ‘Lunchtime Classic’ series. The following day there will be a special post-show debate as part of the BBC’s Get Creative initiative which will include Dr John Bennett from Hope University and Dr Casey Beaumont from University of Liverpool on the panel. Both events are presented as part of on-going collaborations.
Associate Director Nick Bagnall begins Everyman tenure with A Midsummer Night’s Dream featuring Cynthia Erivo, Dean Nolan and Andrew Schofield.
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A blog from Ed Farrell, an architectural illustrator dedicated to cataloguing all of Liverpool’s significant architecture who has recently painted the Everyman.
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On 7th October, the Everyman and Playhouse education team held the first primary forum of the season, which was also the first to be held at our lovely new Everyman.
Why not check out…
LARC Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium
Drama Theatre and Young People Manifesto
Family Friendly arts activities and events for all ages from toddlers to grandparents
TicTocTourist Liverpool Free app that allows visitors and residents alike to make the most out of the city.
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