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Review: Dial M For Murder

Dial M For Murder has an enjoyable wicked performance from Tom Chambers. We’ve been dying to go to the theatre and a murder is just the ticket

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Review: Bouncers

This brand new update of John Godber’s Bouncers by Maurice Bessman and Miriam Mussa is a recognisable, relatable and riotous night on the Liverpool tiles.

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Review: Ellen & Rigby at the Royal Court

Drew Schofield and Lindzi Germain star in Ellen & Rigby – a play at the Royal Court about kindness, hope and freshly-laundered underpants.

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ADHD The Musical: Can I Have Your Attention Please by Dora Colquhoun – Review

Dora Colquhoun’s ADHD based musical begins slightly differently than most musical’s you may have seen. A short, prepared video set . . .

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This Skin Of Mine by Kai Jolley – Review

This Skin Of Mine’s bold and uncomfortable tone sets the narrative for many of the performances showcased at the Liverpool . . .

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Review: Beauty and the Beast at St Helens Theatre Royal

Beauty and the Beast at St Helens Theatre Royal is a strangely brilliant way to start the Christmas holidays.

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Review: Jigsy at the Royal Court

Les Dennis is back as the titular Jigsy at his own suggestion, seven years after he first starred as the flyblown comedian at the Royal Court.

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Review: The Woman In Black

A dead child, a mystery and a pale, wasting woman. When The Woman In Black turns the screw it’s as electrifyingly shocking as a dousing with scalding water.

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