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Review: The Legend of Ned Ludd

The Legend of Ned Ludd asks what happens when there’s no more work. Anxiety, alienation, Amazon seems to be the answer.

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Review: The Scouse Dick Whittington

“A rough and ready panto that makes you feel at home,” said The Times. For those of us who live in this city, even more so.

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Review: Billy Liar

This theatrical adaptation of Keith Waterhouse’s 1959 novel ‘Billy Liar’ returns to the stage at the Gladstone Theatre.

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“I want to find the next black Vic and Bob!” – Alternative Black Comedy Showcase returns

“He’s gay, Asian, a former GP and he’s fucking funny!” – Che Burnley on Paul Sinha as Chase star returns to Alternative Black Cabaret Showcase.

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Review: Boys From The Blackstuff

Boys From The Blackstuff is proper theatre, Royal Court style.

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Review: By The Waters Of Liverpool

By The Waters Of Liverpool – in perhaps its final ever tour – shows a slice of Liverpool rapidly vanishing from lived memory.

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Review: Cuckoo

Cuckoo is a funny and familiar tale of four Birkenhead women’s lives and loves. But there’s a sting in the tale as they navigate 21st Century life.

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Review: A Thong For Europe

Much like Eurovision itself, it’s better to sit back and wallow in the excess and sheer joy of A Thong For Europe.