“Ever since she was a kid.
Empty room, one glass in the middle of it.
Our Maggie will knock it over.”
Something’s up with Maggie. Rattling around in a house on Hope Place that she’s lived in all her life. Her brothers and sisters flew the nest long ago but everyone’s still got a key. Brother Jack keeps turning up with his own Liverpool folklore, invented to delight foreign tourists, but all Maggie wants is to unlock the past and free herself. Her niece’s new boyfriend might just have the answer.
Specially commissioned for the opening season of the Everyman, acclaimed playwright Michael Wynne returns to Liverpool with a story of myths, memories and secrets.
Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh
Presented by the Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse
Fri 9 May to Sat 31 May at the Everyman
Evenings: 7.30pm (except Wed 21 May)
Matinées: 1.30pm on Wed 28 May
2pm on Sat 17 May, Sat 24 May & Sat 31 May
Twilight Perf: Wed 21 May at 5.30pm
Tickets: £10 - £18
*This show is available in the Season Saver
Age recommendation: 12+
Running Time: TBC
Audio Described: Thu 22 May (eve)
Captioned: Sat 31 May (mat)
Afterwords: Mon 19 May
Backchat: Wed 21 May
Page To Stage: Thu 28 May
PRE SHOW TALKLinking into our production of Hope Place by Michael Wynne, enjoy a walking history tour of the Hope St area.
‘Chronicles of Hope St’
Dates and prices to be confirmed in Spring 2014.