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Productions Thu 27 Mar to Sat 19 Apr

A View from the Bridge By Arthur Miller, Directed by Charlotte Gwinner On the waterfront, Eddie Carbone is working hard and keeping his head down. But times are changing and Eddie’s losing his grip. Arthur Miller’s devastating portrait of an ordinary man in a clash of cultures, of generations and of moral duty. Page 16

Sat 8 Mar to Sat 5 Apr

Twelfth Night By William Shakespeare Directed by Gemma Bodinetz The new Everyman springs to life with Shakespeare’s anarchic tale of love, loss and transformation. A wave crashes onto the shores of Illyria, bringing with it new life, fresh love and a whole heap of complications and possibilities that suggest nothing will ever be the same again. Page 14 2


Sat 21 Jun to Sat 12 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

(and other love songs) A New Beggar’s Opera. By Carl Grose, Music by Charles Hazlewood, Directed by Mike Shepherd Our first Everyman collaboration is with the irrepressible Kneehigh on a radical new version of John Gay’s musical satire, The Beggar’s Opera. Bursting with wit, wonder and weirdness, an extraordinary Kneehigh cast of actor musicians shoot, hoot and shimmy their way through this twisted morality tale of our times. Page 20 Fri 9 May to Sat 31 May

Hope Place

By Michael Wynne, Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh Specially commissioned for the opening season of the Everyman, acclaimed playwright Michael Wynne returns to Liverpool with a story of myths, memories and secrets. Rattling around in a house on Hope Place, Maggie searches for the truth within a sea of family folklore. Page 18

Wed 9 Jul to Sat 2 Aug

Betty Blue Eyes Book by Ron Cowen & Daniel Lipman, Music and lyrics by George Stiles & Anthony Drewe, Based on the HANDMADE film A Private Function and the original story by Alan Bennett and Malcolm Mowbray, Adapted from the screenplay by Alan Bennett, Directed by Daniel Buckroyd In post war austerity Britain, Gilbert and his wife Joyce look forward to the social event of year, a rationsbusting illegal pork roast. But when the invitation doesn’t materialise they take matters into their own hands. A feel-good musical treat. Page 22 3


Visiting Productions

Tue 4 Mar to Sat 8 Mar

Dial M for Murder Page 26

Thu 20 Feb to Sat 22 Feb

What the Ladybird Heard

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Punt & Dennis:

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Tue 13 May to Sat 17 May Headlong

Mon 17 Mar Northern Ballet

Three Little Pigs

Spring Awakening

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Tue 29 Apr to Sat 3 May Northern Broadsides

An August Bank Holiday Lark

Mon 19 May to Sat 24 May Clwyd Theatr Cymru

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Save the date for our opening weekend 1-2 March 2014

In Association with Liverpool Lantern Company and Walk the Plank 6


Lights Up Saturday 1 March

Housewarming Sunday 2 March

Join us on Saturday 1 March as we Light Up the building for the first time and on Sunday 2 March for our Housewarming, when we invite you to make yourself at home as you explore and discover the new theatre. More details to be announced soon.

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bistro street café theatre bar

Eat Drink Think Party 8

The Everyman has been a social and creative hub for decades – now it offers beautiful new places to meet, eat, drink and relax, from breakfast to the early hours. Enjoy the basement bistro, with cosy corners and a wood-burning stove; watch the world go by from the ground floor street café; or mingle in the theatre bar, with its balcony onto Hope Street. 

Whether you’re gearing up for a night in the theatre, winding down after a long day, heading out for a night on the tiles, or popping in for a cuppa, we have a great range of delicious food, wines and craft beers, chosen and prepared with passion and care, to nourish your body and soul. Open from Sunday 2nd March 2014. See you at the Everyman.


Season Ticket Savers This season we’re offering you the opportunity to enjoy more of our work and save money.

Collection See all of this seasons e&P productions and save 20% on full price tickets* Twelfth Night A View from the Bridge Hope Place Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) Betty Blue Eyes

Season Saver Choose 3 or more productions from the list below and save 10% on full price tickets* Phoenix Dance Theatre Dial M for Murder Private Peaceful Twelfth Night A View from the Bridge The Events An August Bank Holiday Lark Hope Place This May Hurt a Bit Spring Awakening Under Milk Wood Catch-22 Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) Betty Blue Eyes

If you would like to take advantage of any of the above offers* please let us know over the phone or in person at the beginning of the booking. Alternatively, if you’re booking online please ensure you select the relevant package before choosing your seats. If you discover you need to change the date, we’ll aim to exchange your tickets for free (subject to seat availability). *Excludes Previews

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everyone for the everyman We need your help to bring the everyman fully back to life. With just a few short months until opening, we need your help to bring the Everyman fully back to life. We are now less than £400,000 away from our fundraising finish line. This is the most important stage as the final balance will make it possible to fit out our community spaces and to establish a Talent Fund to invest in new work and new ideas. The future of this always-pioneering theatre depends on developing the talent of tomorrow. The new building is full of creative spaces where we can continue in this important work and two are particularly special.

THE NEW EVERYMAN IS SUPPORTED BY

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EV1 is the studio where Young Everyman Playhouse (YEP) and our education and community groups will get their first taste of theatre, find and nurture their own talents and where some will get started on the career path that so many have set out on from Hope Street. The Writers’ Room will provide a workplace, a meeting space, and it will keep our writers at the heart of the Everyman, where they have always belonged. The Talent Fund will dare our artists to work in new ways. We want to bring big ideas to the stage. To expand our stable of artists. To take our programme in bold

new directions. And to help YEP members get their first professional opportunities. We hope you will play your part – either with a one-off gift or by making a regular contribution – to create the next wave of Everyman actors, writers, directors and technicians and ensure a brave and brilliant future for theatre in Liverpool. Email donate@everymanplayhouse.com Call 0151 706 9124 Visit everymanplayhouse.com/Ev4Ev


“The Writers’ Room will be very important because it allows you to walk into a workplace, sit down and type. It also provides community, a hub for creativity.” James Harker, Young Writer

£20

£500

would help illuminate EV1 with portable LED stage lights, allowing us to train local young people as technicians and boost their employment chances.

“I never thought doors would actually open for me and they have. I can’t begin to explain how amazing it feels.”

a month would help us commission a new writer’s first play.

Hannah McGowan, YEP Member

£100

would go towards a year’s Assistant Director apprenticeship for a graduate.

£1,000 would furnish the Writers’ Room with a library of play texts and scripts.

£5,000

would support a year of YEP productions, performed by Young Actors, led by Young Directors and brought to life by Young Technicians.

“The Everyman provided me and many others with the courage to follow our dreams and pursue a career in the theatre. Now it can do the same for a whole new generation and act as a creative heart in the city.” David Morrissey

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Talks, Tours & Events Our range of tours, talks and events let us share with audiences more about the work that goes into making the theatre you see on our stages. Afterwords (AW)

Twelfth Night

A View from the Bridge

Post-show discussions with members of the cast take place on stage following a performance. Free with a theatre ticket.

AW Mon 24 Mar after 7.30pm BC Wed 19 Mar after 5.30pm PTS Thu 20 Mar at 10.30am TPTS Wed 26 Mar at 10.30am

AW Mon 14 Apr after 7.30pm BC Wed 9 Apr after 5.30pm PTS Thu 3 Apr at 10.30am TPTS Thu 10 Apr at 10.30am

Pre Show Talks & Events ‘I was adored once too’ Tue 25 Mar at 5pm, £3 with a theatre ticket A chance to hear a leading Academic, Professor Nandini Das of the University of Liverpool talk about the play, its significance in Shakespeare’s work and the role and nature of love.

Pre Show Talks & Events ‘Keeping it in the family’ Wed 2 Apr at 5pm, £3 with a theatre ticket Reflections on this amazing play and the work of Arthur Miller with Andrew Sherlock, a leading academic and practitioner on the focus of Arthur Miller’s work.

Backchat (BC) Tailored specifically for schools and younger audiences, this is a great opportunity to get a more detailed insight into the process and ask any specific questions you might have. Free with a theatre ticket.

Page To Stage (PTS) Discover how a scene of the play is staged and gain an understanding of how the production was created and of the themes involved. Masterclasses take place in the auditorium before a matinée performance. £3 with a theatre ticket. Booking advised.

Technical Page To Stage (TPTS) A specialist workshop which allows the audience to consider the production elements and the part they play in the performance. (This workshop is open to the public but ideal for schools and youth groups). £3 with a theatre ticket. Booking advised. 12


Hope Place

Private Peaceful

AW Mon 19 May after 7.30pm BC Wed 21 May after 5.30pm PTS Wed 28 May at 10.30am

BC Fri 7 Mar after 2pm

The Events

Pre Show Talks & Events ‘Chronicles of Hope St’ Linking into our production of Hope Place by Michael Wynne, enjoy a walking history tour of the Hope St area. Dates and prices to be confirmed in Spring 2014.

AW Thu 10 Apr after 7.30pm

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

AW Wed 7 May after 7.30pm

An August Bank Holiday Lark AW Wed 30 Apr after 5.30pm

This May Hurt a Bit

Lights Up

Betty Blue Eyes AW Mon 21 Jul after 7.30pm BC Wed 16 Jul after 5.30pm PTS Thu 17 Jul at 10.30am

Join us as we Light Up the building for the first time.

Sunday 2 March FREE EVENT

Make yourself at home in the new Everyman as we throw open our doors and let you explore. Further free tour dates will be announced Spring 2014 for the Everyman throughout AprilAugust.

LightNight

(and other love songs)

AW Mon 30 Jun after 7.30pm BC Wed 2 Jul after 5.30pm PTS Thu 3 Jul at 10.30am

Saturday 1 March

Housewarming

Spring Awakening

Liverpool’s one-night arts and culture festival takes place on 16 May 2014. We’ll be one of over 50 city centre organisations who keep their galleries, museums and venues open until late, staging around 100 special cultural events for visitors of all ages. Details to be announced Spring 2014. www.lightnightliverpool.co.uk

AW Wed 14 May after 5.30pm

Under Milk Wood AW Wed 21 May after 5.30pm

Catch-22 AW Wed 28 May after 5.30pm

Phoenix Dance Theatre AW Tue 25 Feb after 7.30pm

Dial M for Murder AW Wed 5 Mar after 7.30pm

Uncovered Find out more about the Everyman & Playhouse, our current work and place in theatre and Liverpool history. Starting at the Playhouse, Blue Badge Guide Simone Peter, will take you on a walking tour up to the Everyman. Dates and prices to be confirmed in Spring 2014.

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Twelfth Night or, What You Will

Sat 8 Mar to Sat 5 Apr

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by William Shakespeare An Everyman & Playhouse production.

“What are you? What would you?”

Directed by Gemma Bodinetz Cast includes Neil Caple Pauline Daniels Natalie Dew Paul Duckworth Luke Jerdy Adam Keast Matthew Kelly Adam Levy Jodie McNee Robin Morrissey David Rubin Alan Stocks Nicholas Woodeson

#PlayOn @LivEveryPlay

A wave crashes onto the shores of Illyria washing up Viola but not her twin brother Sebastian. Determined to survive on her own she steps valiantly out to explore.

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There’s new life, fresh love and a world of complications and possibilities that suggest nothing will ever be the same again. The new Everyman springs into life with Shakespeare’s anarchic tale of love, loss and transformation.

With her stormy arrival a darkly strange land is turned upside down, as a whirlwind of mistaken identities, mismatched lovers, naughtiness and passion collide.

Age 12+ For more events for this show turn to page 12 Audio Description Thu 20 Mar 7.30pm Captioned Sat 29 Mar 2pm

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A View from the Bridge

Thu 27 Mar to Sat 19 Apr

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by Arthur Miller

An Everyman & Playhouse production.

Directed by Charlotte Gwinner Cast includes Julia Ford Lloyd Hutchinson Shannon Tarbet

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“That guy ain’t right” 1954 New York and buried in the heart of the docking community on the seaward side of Brooklyn Bridge is the small neighbourhood of Red Hook. It’s a close-knit Italian American community, rich in culture, with a big heart and strong family ties.

A place where men work and women keep house, and where honour and loyalty are the order of the day. On the waterfront, Eddie Carbone is working hard and keeping his head down. Together with wife Beatrice they’ve raised their niece, Catherine, from a small child.

Now they’ve taken in Beatrice’s Sicilian cousins, Marco and Rodolpho. But times are changing and Eddie’s losing his grip. A devastating portrait of an ordinary man in a clash of cultures, of generations and of moral duty.

Season Saver

#ViewBridge @LivEveryPlay

Age 12+ For more events for this show turn to page 12 Audio Description Thu 17 Apr 7.30pm Captioned Sat 19 Apr 2pm

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Hope Place

Fri 9 May to Sat 31 May

A new play by Michael Wynne

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An Everyman & Playhouse production.

WORLD Premiere Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh

“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.

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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.

Season Saver

#HopePlace @LivEveryPlay

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Dead Dog in a Suitcase

Sat 21 Jun to Sat 12 Jul

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(and other love songs) A New Beggar’s Opera

Kneehigh with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse.

WORLD Premiere Written by Carl Grose Music by Charles Hazlewood Directed by Mike Shepherd

What the HELL is the world coming to? Our first Everyman collaboration is with the irrepressible Kneehigh on a radical new version of the Beggar’s Opera, John Gay’s classic musical satire. Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) is bursting with wit, wonder and weirdness. An extraordinary Kneehigh cast of actor musicians shoot, hoot and shimmy their

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See, they aren’t happy with way through this twisted their daughter marrying morality tale of our times...by turns SHOCKING, HILARIOUS, Macheath. Not one bit. HEARTFELT and ABSURD! Before the day is out Macheath will face the hangman’s noose Mayor Clot has been and much more besides. assassinated. Contract killer Macheath has just married All the while, the dogs are Pretty Polly and they plan to howling, the pier is creaking, escape to a better world – the babes are crying, the but they aren’t going anywhere. concrete is cracking and Not if pickled pilchard, hair the truth won’t stay hidden gel and concrete tycoon for much longer… Les Peachum and his wife have anything to do with it.

Season Saver

#DeadDog @LivEveryPlay @WeAreKneehigh

Age 14+ For more events for this show turn to page 12 Audio Description Thu 10 Jul 7.30pm Captioned Sat 12 Jul 2pm

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Betty Blue Eyes A Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse co-production with Mercury Theatre Colchester, Salisbury Playhouse and West Yorkshire Playhouse.

REGIONAL Premiere Book by Ron Cowen & Daniel Lipman Music and lyrics by George Stiles & Anthony Drewe Based on the HANDMADE film A Private Function and the original story by Alan Bennett and Malcolm Mowbray Adapted from the screenplay by Alan Bennett Directed by Daniel Buckroyd Collection

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#BettyBlueEyes @LivEveryPlay

“A new smash-hit musical is born – warm, witty, rude, loveable, dramatic, hilarious” The Times    It’s fair shares for all in Austerity Britain (1947-style). But in the little town of Shepardsford, humble chiropodist Gilbert Chilvers is still struggling to bring home the bacon. The only light on the horizon is a private function to celebrate the forthcoming marriage of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip.

It’s going to be the social event of the year and Gilbert’s wife Joyce is determined  that they should be there. But when the longed-for invitation fails to materialise, the two of them resolve to do whatever it takes to get their fair share of the banquet’s centrepiece - a rationsbusting illegal pork roast. Will Gilbert be able to pig-nap the porker destined for the royal banquet? Will provincial high society keep Joyce at the bottom of the pile?

Age 10+ For more events for this show turn to page 12 Audio Description Fri 18 Jul 7.30pm Captioned Sat 19 Jul 2pm

Wed 9 Jul to Sat 2 Aug

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And will Gilbert’s dotty mother-in-law ever get to eat anything other than Spam? Join Betty and friends for this laugh-out-loud, feel-good musical treat. Originally produced in London by Cameron Mackintosh. This production is licensed by Josef Weinberger Ltd on behalf of Music Theatre International and Cameron Mackintosh Ltd.

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Phoenix Dance Theatre

Tue 25 Feb

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Works by Ivgi & Greben, Darshan Singh Bhuller and Didy Veldman.

Three performances for one night only, featuring the first UK work by European choreographic duo Ivgi & Greben

“There’s nothing this mid-scale ensemble cannot tackle and come out victorious.” Dance Europe, March 2013

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Didy Veldman’s See Blue Through plunges the stage into a mysterious undersea world…

Former Phoenix Artistic Director Darshan Singh Bhuller presents his latest work and his first work for Phoenix since 2006.

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Punt & Dennis:

Ploughing on Regardless

Thu 27 Feb

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Presented by RBM.

It’s mid-winter. The roads are icy. The gritting lorries are out in force, the pavements are slippery, and the news broadcasts are full of people telling viewers to “send us your pictures of snow.” Everyone has a cold. The boiler has broken down again and the gas bill is due. The AA are busy advising comedians “not to tour the country unless it is absolutely essential.” Despite all this, Punt and Dennis are Ploughing On Regardless.

Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis first found fame as one half of legendary cult sketch show The Mary Whitehouse Experience. Their brand of sharp satirical comedy can currently be enjoyed on BBC2’s Mock The Week, where Steve is a principal writer and Hugh appears regularly as a guest panellist and The Now Show on BBC Radio 4. “The Kings of satirical comedy” The Guardian

Age 16+

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Dial M for Murder

Tue 4 Mar to Sat 8 Mar

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by Frederick Knott

Presented by Fiery Angel in association with West Yorkshire Playhouse and Colchester Mercury Theatre.

Directed by Lucy Bailey.

When murder calls...hang up. Frederick Knott’s intense and darkly gripping thriller, Dial M for Murder, famously filmed by Alfred Hitchcock, is now on a UK tour starring Christopher Timothy as Inspector Hubbard. Tony is convinced his wife is having an affair. We watch mesmerised at Tony’s precision in planning what must surely be the perfect murder… until it falters in the most unexpected way.

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@DialMonStage Dialmonstage.co.uk

Claustrophobic and frightening, Lucy Bailey’s exciting new production reclaims this brilliant and erotic tale of betrayal, passion and ultimately, murder. Lucy Bailey’s directing credits include The Postman Always Rings Twice in the West End and a number of productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company. “Dial M for Marvellous” Daily Telegraph

Age 12+ For more events for this show turn to page 12

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Private Peaceful

Wed 5 Mar to Sat 8 Mar

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by Michael Morpurgo Presented by Scamp and Fiery Angel. Adapted and directed by Simon Reade. Winner of the Blue Peter Book Private Peaceful relives the of the Year, Private Peaceful life of Private Tommo Peaceful, a young First World War soldier is by the third Children’s Laureate, Michael Morpurgo, awaiting the firing squad at award-winning author of dawn. During the night he War Horse. His inspiration looks back at his short but came from a visit to Ypres joyful past growing up in rural where he was shocked to Devon: his exciting first days discover how many young at school; the accident in the soldiers were court-martialled forest that killed his father; and shot for cowardice his adventures with Molly, during the First World War. the love of his life; and the battles and injustices of war that brought him ”Charming, witty, emotional to the front line. and heart-rending” British Theatre Guide

Age 8+ For more events for this show turn to page 12

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The Events

Tue 8 Apr to Sat 12 Apr

by David Greig

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Presented by Actors Touring Company. Directed by Ramin Gray.

Screams echo through corridors. The sound of gunfire rings out. At Claire’s choir rehearsal, something terrible happens. David Greig’s daring new play asks how far forgiveness will stretch in the face of atrocity. Greig’s recent plays include Midsummer, Dunsinane, and The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart and the West End musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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The award-winning production features a soaring soundtrack, accompanied by a different local choir at each performance. “ A mighty play about what it is that makes us human...” Daily Telegraph

Age 14+ For more events for this show turn to page 12

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An August Bank Holiday Lark

Tue 29 Apr to Sat 3 May

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A new play by Deborah McAndrew

Presented by Northern Broadsides in partnership with The New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme. Directed by Barrie Rutter. It’s an idyllic summer in 1914 rural Lancashire. Excitement is building for Wakes week; a rest from field and mill and a celebration of the Rushbearing Festival with singing, courting, drinking and dancing. The looming war barely registers… but it will. An August Bank Holiday Lark is a gentle, deeply moving drama poised at the tipping point of war.

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Intensely nostalgic and emotionally rich, this is a story that will both entertain and tug at your heart strings. You’ll soon see why Northern Broadsides are multi-award-winning; recognised by audiences and critics alike as one of the finest national touring theatre companies in the land.

Age 12+ For more events for this show turn to page 12

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This May Hurt a Bit

Wed 7 May to Sat 10 May

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by Stella Feehily

An Out of Joint and Octagon Theatre Bolton co-production. Directed by Max Stafford-Clark.

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In this biting, buoyant new political comedy, Stella Feehily puts Britain’s beloved and berated NHS under the stethoscope. But is it a terminal case?

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Spring Awakening

Tue 13 May to Sat 17 May

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by Frank Wedekind in a new version by Anya Reiss A Headlong, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Nuffield, Southampton co-production. Directed by Ben Kidd Are young people today shaped for their future by a generation that doesn’t understand them? Unnerving, entertaining, funny and dark, Wedekind’s definitive play about youth caused riots when it exploded onto the stage in 1906. Brought bang up to date by award-winning young playwright Anya Reiss and director Ben Kidd, it has lost none of its provocative power in examining the exuberance, intensity and confusion of teenage life.

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Following their recent sell out productions of new plays Chimerica and The Effect, and their remarkable versions of 1984, The Seagull and Romeo and Juliet, Headlong breathes fresh life into another classic. “Blazing with clinical, spine-tingling finesse” The Telegraph on Headlong’s 1984

Age 16+ Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual and violent nature. For more events for this show turn to page 12

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Under Milk Wood

Mon 19 May to Sat 24 May

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by Dylan Thomas

Karl Sydow, Roger Chapman and CAPA present the Clwyd Theatr Cymru production. Directed by Terry Hands. Come to Llareggub, a small Welsh town by the sea. Meet blind Captain Cat, Mog Edwards and his sweetheart Miss Price, Sinbad Sailor, Dai Bread, Polly Garter, Nogood Boyo and Lord Cut Glass. Walk along Coronation Street, Cockle Row and Donkey Street, down to the little fishing harbour and back to Milk Wood. Explore their lives, hopes and thoughts in the dreams of a night and the rhythm of a day.

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Dylan Thomas’s play (and poem), rich in humour and populated by sublime, eccentric, enchanting characters, offers an unforgettable journey into the heart and soul of the Welsh language and people. This new production, directed by Terry Hands, marks the centenary of Dylan Thomas’ birth in 1914 and the 60th anniversary of the play’s British première.

Age 12+ For more events for this show turn to page 12

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Catch-22

Tue 27 May to Sat 31 May

by Joseph Heller

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Presented by Northern Stage. Directed by Rachel Chavkin.

Set in the closing months of World War II, a bombardier named Yossarian is trapped in the absurd world of an inescapable war. Frantic and furious, as thousands of people he has never met try to kill him Yossarian is stalked and thwarted by the merciless Catch-22.

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Explosive, subversive, wild and funny. Northern Stage (Blue Remembered Hills and Oh What A Lovely War) present the first ever UK touring production of Heller’s electric dramatisation of his classic novel. 

Age 14+ For more events for this show turn to page 12

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What the Ladybird Heard

Thu 20 Feb to Sat 22 Feb

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Based on the award-winning picture book by

Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks Two crafty robbers, one tiny ladybird, and a whole farmyard of fun! Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len have a cunning plan to steal the farmer’s fine prize cow. But they reckon without the tiniest, quietest creature of all: The Ladybird has a plan of her own!

of Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks’ colourful farmyard adventure. With live music, puppetry and lots of joining in. This performance will last for approximately 55 minutes without an interval.

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Three Little Pigs

Mon 17 Mar

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Presented by Northern Ballet.

Three little pigs set out into the world. The first pig decides to build a house of straw, the second a house made of sticks and the third pig chooses to build a house of bricks. Then along comes a very hungry wolf. Will any of the pigs be smart enough to escape the huffing and puffing of the big bad wolf? Last year Northern Ballet created their first ballet

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especially for children, Ugly Duckling. It became the hottest ticket in Liverpool, so we jumped at the chance to bring them back with their version of this timeless fairytale. It really is the perfect opportunity to introduce your little ones to the magic of live ballet, music and storytelling. These child friendly performances will last approximately 30 minutes. 

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YEP

(Young Everyman & Playhouse)

YEP is an integral part of the present and future of the everyman & playhouse. events ranging from siteOver 1,100 young people aged specific promenade pieces between 11 to 25 are now members enjoying the variety of in warehouse spaces and parks, to lighting up disused the work on our stages for just ÂŁ5 per ticket. Many are involved buildings and creating intimate studio performances. with YEP groups for Writers, Producers, Communications, But YEP is so much more Directors, Technicians and than tickets and performing. Actors, learning new skills and The programme has creating fresh, new work. transformed the lives of young people across the city, helping Together they have created young people to find their talent acclaimed productions and and develop their careers.

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Young technicians, communicators and actors have gone on to employment and specialist training; Young Writers now provide a stepping stone into the industry with graduates securing professional studio productions and receiving nominations for national awards; while Young Producers have launched Scene Change, a regular showcase for new ideas and talent.

In the new Everyman, YEP will have their own home for the first time, right in the heart of the theatre. For the opening season the whole YEP company are collaborating to create a new piece to be staged at the Everyman in April 2014. Full details will be announced in the New Year.


Photographs © Christian Smith

“Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse has an impressive record of launching new dramatists” The Guardian on Scrappers, the debut play from YEP Writer Daniel Matthew

“YEP has become known for its will to push boundaries and create theatre that is different and exciting” Liverpool Post on The Wind in the Willows

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Discounts:

Standby tickets:

The Playhouse Box Office is open Mon-Sat 10am to 6pm and until the start of the show on performance nights.

Booking on 0151 709 4776 is available Monday to Saturday 10am to 7pm.

Available at certain performances (subject to availability) for: over 60s, education groups, children 16 and under, unwaged persons (in receipt of Jobseekers’ Allowance), disabled, students, under 26s, Equity, BECTU, Musicians Union and Writers Guild members.

Students, under 26s and unwaged persons (in receipt of a Jobseekers’ Allowance), turn up on the day of a performance and if there are seats available then pay £6 for a ticket (subject to availability, ID is required.)

The Everyman Box Office will open on 2 March as part of our Housewarming. It will then be open Mon-Sat 10am to 6pm and until the start of the show on performance nights.

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Online: www.everymanplayhouse.com 24 hours a day for secure online booking. We do not charge booking fees, but if you’d like us to post your tickets we’ll ask for £1 to cover postage costs for bookings under 10 and £2 for bookings over 10.

£5 tickets available for YEP members at most performances.


Group Bookings:

Returns and exchanges:

Latecomers:

Terms and Conditions:

Whether it is small of groups, or larger coach parties, our dedicated Group Bookings Service allows you to provisionally make a 3 week reservation without any obligation. Our flexible service helps to make a group night out to the theatre a great night out to the theatre. Call 0151 708 3733 or email groups@everymanplayhouse.com to take advantage of flexible booking times and generous group discounts.

Subject to availability we can exchange tickets for another performance of the same show; provided tickets are returned for sale at least 24 hours before the performance. We may provide a re-sale service only in the event of a sold out performance. The value of any resold ticket will be placed as credit on the customer’s account and can be redeemed against the purchase of tickets for a future show. No alternative refund by cash, card or cheque is available. Reselling a ticket for profit or for personal or commercial gain makes it void.

Please arrive in good time for the performance. Every effort will be made to ensure the admittance of latecomers at a suitable break in the performance but admission cannot always be guaranteed. This may also apply to customers who leave their seat during the performance.

Only one discount is available per ticket, and restrictions on discounts may exist in certain seating areas or at particular performances eg previews and weekend evenings. All discounts are subject to availability and proof of eligibility may be required. For a full list of our terms and conditions please ask our Sales Team or visit our website www.everymanplayhouse.com

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WORLD MUSEUM

CENTRAL LIBRARY

Where to Find Us WALKER ART GALLERY

ST GEORGE’S HALL

TOWN HALL

LIME STREET STATION

Hope Street L1 9BH A 15-20 minute walk uphill from either Lime Street or Central station. For bus details please visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk LIVERPOOL METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

THREE GRACES

Speak to the Box Office for details on where to park. and Playhouse Studio Williamson Square L1 1EL MUSEUM OF

THE BLUCOAT

LIVERPOOL ONE

LIVERPOOL

A 5-10 minute walk from either Lime Street Central station, and a 3 minute walk from Queen Square bus station.

F.A.C.T

We recommend the following car parks; Queen Square Car Park (L1 1RH) £2 between 5pm and 9am with your theatre ticket, pay at ALBERT DOCK the security desk before or after the performance, or St Johns Car Park (L1 1LQ), £2.50 after 6pm, pay at car park machines prior to exit, please note the car park closes at midnight. 40

ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC CHINA TOWN

© Copyright Liverpool City Council 2013

LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL


Accessibility EET STR WN CRO

At both the Everyman and Playhouse, we provide the following services, if there is anything we can do to help with your visit to us, please contact our Box Office on 0151 709 4776 or email access@everymanplayhouse.com

Brochure formats

Audio brochure, Braille and large print format guides are available from the Box Office on request.

Audio Description is available at selected performances. Audio Description is a live verbal commentary giving information on the visual elements of a production as it unfolds.

Twelfth Night

AD Thu 20 Mar 7.30pm CAP Sat 29 Mar 2pm

A View from the Bridge AD Thu 17 Apr 7.30pm CAP Sat 19 Apr 2pm

Captioning is available at selected performances. The words appear on a screen in the Hope Place same way as television subtitling. AD Thu 22 May 7.30pm CAP Sat 31 May 2pm Guide dogs are welcome Dead Dog in a Suitcase Both theatres are wheelchair accessible Services for visually impaired Services for hearing impaired

(and other love songs)

Accessibility at the new Everyman

For the first time ever the Everyman will have lift access to all floors (from the bistro to the top). We have more spaces for wheelchairs in the theatre itself at both levels as well as seats that are wider than the old theatre, a few taller seats and some with moveable armrests. There are six accessible toilets in the public areas including a Changing Place.

AD Thu 10 Jul 7.30pm CAP Sat 12 Jul 2pm

Betty Blue Eyes

AD Fri 18 Jul at 7.30pm CAP Sat 19 Jul at 2pm

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Ticket Prices See page 9 for details of our Season Ticket Savers save money whilst you enjoy great theatre.

Twelfth Night Previews £12 Midweek mat £13, £16 Weekend mat £14, £17, £20 Mon-Thu eve £12, £15, £18 Fri-Sat eve £18, £21, £24 10 tickets available on the day for £10 Dead Dog in a Suitcase

Previews £12 Midweek mat £10, £13, £16

(and other love songs)

Weekend mat £10, £15, £18, £20

Hope Place The Events

Mon-Thu eve £10, £13, £16, £18

Previews £12 Midweek mat £11, £13

Fri-Sat eve £14, £18, £21, £23

Weekend mat £12, £14, £16

What The Ladybird Heard Private Peaceful

Mon-Thu eve £12, £14, £16

Adults £12, Under 16s £8

Fri-Sat eve £14, £16, £18

Phoenix Dance Theatre

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Dial M for Murder A View from the Bridge An August Bank Holiday Lark This May Hurt a Bit Spring Awakening Under Milk Wood Catch-22

£10, £12, £14, £16

Punt & Dennis: Ploughing On Regardless

£18

Seating at the new Everyman The new Everyman retains its seats wrapping around the stage on three sides. We have re-introduced the circle level with two rows of seats upstairs (as the theatre looked from 1964-1977) and at stage level, the back row F are taller seats. There are wheelchair spaces at both levels and some seats have moveable armrests. We no longer have benches so everyone should be comfortable and have a great view of the stage from our new seats.

Seating plan CIRCLE

STALLS

Three Little Pigs Adults £8, Under 16s £6 STAGE

Betty Blue Eyes Previews £12 Midweek mat £10, £13, £16 Weekend mat £10, £15, £18, £20 Mon-Thu eve £10, £13, £16, £18 Fri-Sat eve £14, £18, £22, £24

Seating plan GALLERY

DRESS CIRCLE

STALLS

STAGE


Thank You We are a registered charity (1081229) and gratefully acknowledge the support of our funders, donors and audiences.

Our sponsors

Our funders Thanks to the City of Liverpool for its financial support

Business members

Supporters

Benson Signs, Bolland & Lowe, Cobhams Tax Consultants and Accountants, Downtown Liverpool in Business, Duncan Sheard Glass, EEF North West, Fisher Audio Visual, Hope Street Hotel, Hotel Indigo, Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership, Mazars LLP, Quality Solicitors Jackson & Canter, Synergy, Uniform, Wrightsure Insurance Group.

Arts Council England Grants for The Arts, Cobalt Housing, EsmĂŠe Fairbairn Foundation, Fenton Arts Trust, Home Office, Knowsley Council, The Leverhulme Trust, Liverpool City Council, Liverpool Housing Trust, Liverpool Mutual Homes, Liverpool Primary Care Trust, Merseytravel, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Peggy Ramsey Foundation, Pilkington Charities Fund, Riverside Housing, Trinity College Access Fund.

Malcolm and Roger Frood in memory of Graham and Joan Frood. Dorothy Smelly.

This theatre also has the support of the Pearson Playwrights’ Scheme sponsored by Pearson plc, the Arts Council England under the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme and the Quercus Award from Quercus Trust.

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Studio Productions are to be announced

Season Diary Date

Production

Time

Details

Production

Time

Thu 20 Feb

What The Ladybird Heard

11.00am/2.00pm

Fri 21 Feb

What The Ladybird Heard

11.00am/2.00pm

Sat 22 Feb

What The Ladybird Heard

11.00am/2.00pm/4.00pm

Tue 25 Feb

Phoenix Dance Theatre

7.30pm

Thu 27 Feb

Punt & Dennis

7.30pm

Details

FEBRUARY

AW

March Sat 1 Mar

Lights up

Dusk

Sun 2 Mar

Housewarming

Daytime

Tue 4 Mar Wed 5 Mar Thu 6 Mar Fri 7 Mar Sat 8 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

P

Mon 10 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

P

Dial M for Murder

7.30pm

Private Peaceful Dial M for Murder Private Peaceful Dial M for Murder Private Peaceful Dial M for Murder Private Peaceful Dial M for Murder

2.00pm 7.30pm 10.00am 1.30pm/7.30pm 10.00am/2.00pm 7.30pm 11.00am 2.00pm/7.30pm

P AW

AW after 2pm

Details Key:

AW Afterwords CAP Captioned TWI Twilight AD Audio Described P Preview PTS Page to Stage BC Backchat TPTS Technical Page to Stage

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Date

Production

Time

Details P

Tue 11 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Wed 12 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Thu 13 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Fri 14 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Sat 15 Mar

Twelfth Night

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 17 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Tue 18 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Production

Time

Three Little Pigs

12.15pm/1.45pm/5.00pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

P

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

P

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

P P

Wed 19 Mar

Twelfth Night

5.30pm

TWI / BC

Thu 20 Mar

Twelfth Night

1.30pm/7.30pm

AD at 7.30pm PTS at 10.30am

Fri 21 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Sat 22 Mar

Twelfth Night

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 24 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Tue 25 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Wed 26 Mar

Twelfth Night

1.30pm/7.30pm

Thu 27 Mar

Twelfth Night

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 28 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

Sat 29 Mar

Twelfth Night

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 31 Mar

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Tue 1 Apr

Twelfth Night

7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Wed 2 Apr

Twelfth Night

5.30pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Details

AW

TPTS at 10.30am

CAP at 2pm

April

TWI

Age Recommendations: This refers to the minimum age and is assessed according to complexity, issues, and in some instances, strength of language. Please ask at the box office for details

Aged 3 & over

Aged 8 & over

Aged 10 & over

Aged 12 & over

Aged 14 & over

Aged 16 & over 45


Date

Production

Time

Thu 3 Apr

Twelfth Night

Fri 4 Apr

Twelfth Night

Sat 5 Apr

Twelfth Night

Details

Production

Time

1.30pm/7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

1.30pm/7.30pm

7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

2.00pm/7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

2.00pm/7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

P

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

5.30pm

TWI / BC

AW

A View from the Bridge

1.30pm/7.30pm

TPTS at 10.30am

Mon 7 Apr Tue 8 Apr

The Events

7.30pm

Wed 9 Apr

The Events

7.30pm

Thu 10 Apr

The Events

7.30pm

Fri 11 Apr

The Events

7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Sat 12 Apr

The Events

2.00pm/7.30pm

A View from the Bridge

2.00pm/7.30pm

Details PTS at 10.30am

Mon 14 Apr

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Tue 15 Apr

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Wed 16 Apr

A View from the Bridge

7.30pm

Thu 17 Apr

A View from the Bridge

1.30pm/7.30pm

AD at 7.30pm

Sat 19 Apr

A View from the Bridge

2.00pm/7.30pm

CAP at 2pm

AW

Tue 29 Apr

An August Bank Holiday Lark

7.30pm

P

Wed 30 Apr

An August Bank Holiday Lark

5.30pm

TWI / AW

Thu 1 May

An August Bank Holiday Lark

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 2 May

An August Bank Holiday Lark

7.30pm

Sat 3 May

An August Bank Holiday Lark

2.00pm/7.30pm

Wed 7 May

This May Hurt a Bit

7.30pm

MAY

P / AW

Details Key:

AW Afterwords CAP Captioned TWI Twilight AD Audio Described P Preview PTS Page to Stage BC Backchat TPTS Technical Page to Stage

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Date

Production

Time

Fri 9 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Sat 10 May

Hope Place

Mon 12 May

Details

Production

Time

This May Hurt a Bit

1.30pm/7.30pm

P

This May Hurt a Bit

7.30pm

7.30pm

P

This May Hurt a Bit

2.00pm/7.30pm

Hope Place

7.30pm

P

Tue 13 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

P

Spring Awakening

7.30pm

P

Wed 14 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Spring Awakening

5.30pm

TWI / AW

Thu 15 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Spring Awakening

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 16 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Spring Awakening

7.30pm

Sat 17 May

Hope Place

2.00pm/7.30pm

Spring Awakening

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 19 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Tue 20 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Wed 21 May

Hope Place

5.30pm

TWI / BC

Thu 22 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

AD

Under Milk Wood

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 23 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Under Milk Wood

7.30pm

Sat 24 May

Hope Place

2.00pm/7.30pm

Under Milk Wood

2.00pm/7.30pm

Tue 27 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Catch-22

7.30pm

P

Wed 28 May

Hope Place

1.30pm/7.30pm

Catch-22

5.30pm

TWI / AW

Thu 29 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Catch-22

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 30 May

Hope Place

7.30pm

Catch-22

7.30pm

Sat 31 May

Hope Place

2.00pm/7.30pm

Catch-22

2.00pm/7.30pm

Thu 8 May

AW

PTS at 10.30am

CAP at 2pm

Under Milk Wood

7.30pm

Under Milk Wood

7.30pm

Under Milk Wood

5.30pm

Details

P

TWI / AW

Age Recommendations: This refers to the minimum age and is assessed according to complexity, issues, and in some instances, strength of language. Please ask at the box office for details

Aged 3 & over

Aged 8 & over

Aged 10 & over

Aged 12 & over

Aged 14 & over

Aged 16 & over 47


Date

Production

Time

Details

Sat 21 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

P

Mon 23 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

P

Tue 24 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

P

Production

Time

Details

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

P

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

JUNE

Wed 25 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Thu 26 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Fri 27 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Sat 28 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 30 Jun

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Tue 1 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Wed 2 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

5.30pm

TWI / BC

Thu 3 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

1.30pm/7.30pm

PTS at 10.30am

Fri 4 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Sat 5 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 7 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Tue 8 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Wed 9 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

1.30pm/7.30pm

Thu 10 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

Fri 11 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

7.30pm

AW

July

AD

Details Key:

AW Afterwords CAP Captioned TWI Twilight AD Audio Described P Preview PTS Page to Stage BC Backchat TPTS Technical Page to Stage

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Date

Production

Time

Details

Production

Time

Sat 12 Jul

Dead Dog in a Suitcase

2.00pm/7.30pm

Betty Blue Eyes

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 14 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Tue 15 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Wed 16 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

5.30pm

TWI / BC

Thu 17 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

1.30pm/7.30pm

PTS at 10.30am

Fri 18 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

AD

Sat 19 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

2.00pm/7.30pm

CAP at 2pm

Mon 21 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

AW

Tue 22 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Wed 23 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Thu 24 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 25 JuL

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Sat 26 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

2.00pm/7.30pm

Mon 28 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Tue 29 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Wed 30 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Thu 31 Jul

Betty Blue Eyes

1.30pm/7.30pm

Fri 1 Aug

Betty Blue Eyes

7.30pm

Sat 2 Aug

Betty Blue Eyes

2.00pm/7.30pm

CAP at 2pm

Details

August

Age Recommendations: This refers to the minimum age and is assessed according to complexity, issues, and in some instances, strength of language. Please ask at the box office for details

Aged 3 & over

Aged 8 & over

Aged 10 & over

Aged 12 & over

Aged 14 & over

Aged 16 & over 49


Notes Shows I’d like to see...

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