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  • Little Red Riding HoodLittle Red Riding Hood

    ROCK 'N' ROLL PANTO IS BACK AT THE EVERYMAN!

    Sat 29 Nov to Sat 17 Jan - EVERYMAN

    A great night out for all ages, this year’s Rock 'n' Roll panto is back at the EVERYMAN with even more music, mayhem and water! With Adam Keast & Francis Tucker.

     

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  • Sex and the Three Day WeekSex and the Three Day Week

    Based on Georges Feydeau’s French Farce L’Hôtel du Libre Échange

    Fri 5 Dec to Sat 10 Jan - PLAYHOUSE

    A hilarious comedy by Liverpool writer Stephen Sharkey set in the 1970s; a time of strikes, blackouts, free love and the three day week. Marvell at the absurdity of human life and discover what went on when the lights went out.

     

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  • BlackBlack

    by Keith Saha

    Wed 28 Jan to Sat 31 Jan - PLAYHOUSE STUDIO

    This provocative and engaging new show from the award winning 20 Stories High digs deep at the heart of racial tensions in the UK today. Written by award winning writer Keith Saha and featuring lyricism and live DJ set, this is a vital and challenging piece of theatre.

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  • CartoonopolisCartoonopolis

    by Lewis Bray

    Thu 5 Feb to Sat 14 Feb - PLAYHOUSE STUDI5

    Lewis Bray – actor, writer, and best of all, brother tells the story of Cartoonopolis, a world created by his autistic brother Jack. Funded by the e&P Ignition Project which is an initiative grown out of the Talent Fund created from the ‘Everyone for the Everyman’ fundraising campaign.

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  • Educating RitaEducating Rita

    by Willy Russell

    Fri 6 Feb to Sat 7 Mar - PLAYHOUSE

    Willy Russell’s award winning and inspiring play comes home in a new production directed by Gemma Bodinetz to celebrate its 35th anniversary. An intimate play of big ideas and with a joyful heart, Educating Rita has lost none of its bite. With Leanne Best and Con O’Neill.

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  • AN EVENING WITH SIMON ARMITAGEAN EVENING WITH SIMON ARMITAGE

    Thu 12 Feb - EVERYMAN

    Playwright, novelist and broadcaster, Simon Armitage writes extensively for television and radio. He will be reading from a new selection of his work, Paper Aeroplane: Poems 1989-2014 followed by a book signing.

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  • MacbethMacbeth

    by William Shakespeare

    Tue 17 Feb to Sat 21 Feb - EVERYMAN

    Playful, kaleidoscopic and horrific, Filter’s radical version fuses Shakespeare’s corrosive, psychological thriller about ambition, power, witchcraft and sanity with innovative sound and music to take you on a strange, funny and scintillating journey to the epicentre of the “heat-oppressed brain”.

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  • John ShuttleworthJohn Shuttleworth

    in a WEE KEN to Remember

    Thu 12 Mar - PLAYHOUSE

    An hilarious new show from John Shuttleworth, featuring onstage phone calls to Ken and Mary, plus musical interludes performed as ever on John's Yamaha organ with built-in auto accompaniment.

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  • Count Arthur StrongCount Arthur Strong

    Somebody Up There Licks Me

    Fri 13 Mar - PLAYHOUSE

    Fresh from donkey's years on his award winning BBC Radio 4 series and the huge success of his BBC2 TV Show, Count Arthur Strong gets back to doing what he does best. This show.

     

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  • The Three LionsThe Three Lions

    by William Gaminara

    Mon 16 Mar to Sat 21 Mar - PLAYHOUSE

    This uproarious new comedy offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of diplomacy in action, revealing what really went on between David Cameron, David Beckham and Prince William in a Swiss hotel the night before England’s bid to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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  • A Midsummer Night's DreamA Midsummer Night's Dream

    by William Shakespeare

    Sat 21 Mar to Sat 18 Apr - EVERYMAN

    The Everyman explodes once again with an inviting riot of mischief and wonder as Nick Bagnall delves deep into the darkness for his timeless interpretation on the delirium of love in Shakespeare’s most magical of comedies.

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  • The Absence of WarThe Absence of War

    by David Hare

    Tue 24 Mar to Sat 28 Mar - PLAYHOUSE

    Headlong (1984, Spring Awakening at the Playhouse) presents a vigorous new production of David Hare’s funny, stinging political drama on a timely national tour during the build up to the 2015 General Election.

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  • THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMASTHE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS

    Based on the best-selling novel by John Boyne, Adapted by Angus Jackson

    Mon 30 Mar to Sat 4 Apr - PLAYHOUSE

    Based on the best-selling novel by John Boyne, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas is a heart-wrenching tale of an unlikely friendship between two innocent boys.

     

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  • Sebastian Faulks's BirdsongSebastian Faulks's Birdsong

    Adapted by Rachel Wagstaff

    Tue 14 Apr to Sat 18 Apr - PLAYHOUSE

    Marking the 100th anniversary First World War, Birdsong is the hit, critically acclaimed stage show based on the world famous novel by Sebastian Faulks. A mesmerising story of love and courage, set both before and during the Great War.

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  • Blood WeddingBlood Wedding

    by Graeae

    Tue 21 to Sat 25 Apr - EVERYMAN

    Graeae provides a platform for new generations of Deaf and disabled talent through the creation of trail-blazing theatre. David Ireland’s radical new take on Lorca’s play re-fuels this classic story with a contemporary twist.

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  • CROUCH, TOUCH, PAUSE, ENGAGECROUCH, TOUCH, PAUSE, ENGAGE

    by Out of Joint

    Tue 21 Apr to Sat 25 Apr - PLAYHOUSE

    This is the story of two Welsh names bruised, but not beaten, by media speculation; Gareth “Alfie” Thomas, 105 caps for Wales, once its captain, now the world’s most prominent gay sportsman; and his hometown, Bridgend. Out of Joint and National Theatre Wales team up to tell a great story about sport, politics, secrets, life and learning to be yourself.

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  • King LearKing Lear

    by Northern Broadsides

    Tue 28 Apr to Sat 2 May - PLAYHOUSE

    If you’ve seen King Lear before, forget everything you know as Jonathan Miller brings his remarkable talent for detailed human observation to the play. Miller directs Barrie Rutter as Lear in Shakespeare’s tragedy about the aged king.

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  • RubberbanditsRubberbandits

    Continental Fistfight

    Fri 1 May to Sat 2 May - EVERYMAN

    The plastic-bag wearing, award-winning, musical comedy duo –responsible for YouTube sensation Horse Outside bring their brand new ‘musical’ to Liverpool. Packed with dazzling new songs, great big hits and at least one (celebrity) puppet.

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  • Phoenix Dance Theatre: Mixed Programme 2015Phoenix Dance Theatre: Mixed Programme 2015

    Works by Christopher Bruce CBE, Sharon Watson & Caroline Finn

    Thu 7 May - PLAYHOUSE

    Mixed Programme 2015 features a double bill by one of the most influential figures in world dance, Christopher Bruce CBE including a brand new work, Shadows created by him especially for Phoenix Dance Theatre and a restaging of Shift.

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  • The Cat in the HatThe Cat in the Hat

    by Dr Seuss

    Thu 14 May to Sat 16 May - PLAYHOUSE

    Based on the much loved book by Dr Seuss, The Cat in the Hat is a lively and engaging first theatre experience for young children aged 3+. Expect towering hats, mischief and an imagination recharge!

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  • ConstellationsConstellations

    by Nick Payne

    Tue 19 May to Sat 23 May - PLAYHOUSE

    One relationship. Infinite possibilities. A story of love, honey, and a quantum multiverse. Moment by moment, can everything you've ever and never done exist in the same vortex of reality? An explosive play about free will and friendship from Nick Payne.

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  • BEATING BERLUSCONI!BEATING BERLUSCONI!

    by John Graham Davies

    Thu 21 to Sat 23 May - EVERYMAN

    The Miracle of Istanbul. Ten years on. Re-live the glory. In May 2005, despite threats from his wife and bank manager, middle-aged Kenny travels to Istanbul to watch Liverpool play AC Milan in the Champions’ League Final. Featuring Everyman favourite Paul Duckworth.

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  • MADAME BUTTERFLY WITH PERPETUUM MOBILEMADAME BUTTERFLY WITH PERPETUUM MOBILE

    Presented by Northern Ballet

    Fri 29 & Sat 30 May - PLAYHOUSE

    Let “Europe’s leading dance actors” captivate you through a mix of powerful storytelling and classical dance as Northern Ballet perform with two breathtaking ballets in one evening.

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  • Elves & the ShoemakerElves & the Shoemaker

    Presented by Northern Ballet

    Sat 30 May - PLAYHOUSE

    After the sell-out successes of Ugly Duckling and Three Little Pigs at the Playhouse, and the TV adaptations for CBeebies, Northern Ballet presents their latest ballet for children, Elves & the Shoemaker.

     

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  • THE SPALDING SUITETHE SPALDING SUITE

    Conceived by Inua Ellams

    Tue 2 Jun to Sat 6 Jun - EVERYMAN

    Fresh poetry combined with contemporary movement celebrates the elegance and beauty of basketball. Seen from a British perspective, The Spalding Suite gets to the heart and soul of the gravity-defying game and delves into the hopes and dreams of those who play it.

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  • The Hudsucker ProxyThe Hudsucker Proxy

    Adapted for the stage by Simon Dormandy

    Wed 3 Jun to Sat 27 Jun - PLAYHOUSE

    Based on the Coen Brothers’ joyful, wise-cracking romantic comedy which helped establish them among the most entertaining and distinctive film-makers of our time, this timely take on corporate greed is a highly theatrical, inventively staged treat.

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  • Arthur Miller's The HookArthur Miller's The Hook

    Adapted for the stage by Ron Hutchinson

    Wed 1 Jul to Sat 25 Jul - EVERYMAN

    Amidst the political tensions of 1950s America, Arthur Miller's The Hook was suppressed by the FBI for fear that it could cause unrest in New York's dockyards. Now, to mark the centenary of the great playwrights' birth, we have brought it to the stage for the first time in a new adaptation by Ron Hutchinson.

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