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& oPen fo business Become a Business Member with the Everyman & Playhouse theatres

• Enjoy exclusive backstage access at two world class theatres • Promote your business to our extensive audiences • Entertain clients with our stylish hospitality • Reward your staff with complimentary tickets

“The best theatre outs ide of London” Janie Phillips What’s on St age

For more information contact Stephanie Clark on 0157 706 9124 or email s.clark@everymanplayhouse.com Quote IFB06 to receive a backstage tour of the new Everyman theatre.

everymanplayhouse.com @LivEveryPlay

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