Getting to the Everyman theatre
5-11 Hope Street
On Hope Street, between the two cathedrals, the new Everyman opened in March 2014 to great acclaim from audiences and critics, winning the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture. Accessible and environmentally sustainable, the new theatre combines the trademark wrap-around auditorium and basement bistro with many new facilities. The Everyman is easily accessible by bus, train, car and citybike. Since we’re striving to be a greener business, we hope you’ll consider the impact of your travel when you visit.
Travelling by citybike
With bike stations across the city and at Lime Street Station, there are two stations by the Everyman; opposite the theatre on the corner of Hope Street and Mount Pleasant and next to the Metropolitan Cathedral steps. Tariff packages are available from £3 per day, £9 for a week or £60 for a year. Find out more about citybike.
Citybike is an initiative by Liverpool City Council, part-funded by the Department for Transport and operated by Hourbike Ltd.
Postcode navigation: use L1 9BH to find the Everyman. Please bear in mind that street parking is extremely limited.
Frequent services operate from the city's two main bus terminals, Liverpool ONE and Queen Square, many of which will bring you directly to the Everyman theatre. For more information and timetables, please visit the Merseytravel website.
From Liverpool Central, it’s a ten minute walk to the Everyman. Exit the station on Ranelagh Street, turn right and walk up to the Lewis’s building. Cross over the road (with The Adelphi Hotel on your left) and turn right up Mount Pleasant. You’ll find The Everyman at the junction of Mount Pleasant and Hope Street.
From Liverpool Lime Street, it’s a ten minute walk to the Everyman. Exit the station on Skelhorne Street. Walk straight ahead, towards The Adelphi Hotel. Turn into Mount Pleasant and head up the hill. You’ll find the Everyman theatre at the junction of Mount Pleasant and Hope Street.
For train times and live journey information for trains to Liverpool please visit the Trainline website.