If you enjoyed ‘Bouncers’ as much as I did then you will thrill at this little gem being offered at the Capstone tonight…and it’s FREE!
Enjoy a free performance from the award winning play-writer John Godber with his new comedy ‘Poles Apart’ play, which is being staged as part of Liverpool Hope’s Cornerstone Festival.
This play is a fast paced humorous take on culture, class and theatre, professionally performed at the Capstone Theatre tonight at 7,30pm by one the country’s most professional teams in acting.
The play centres on the class and cultural clashes that happen when a team of scaffolders come into contact with a group of thesps.
Well, meet Phil, Fat Glen and Polish Jan who are on task and finish as they deliver a breathless rant on life, art and sausage sarnies in a desperate effort to mend a leaking roof.
It seems it’s never over till the fat man sings!
Theatre should reach out to people where they are, but what happens when they just aren’t interested – find out what happens and how they mangle their way through a labyrinth of personal views when you visit the Capstone tonight.
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A scorchingly new and exciting John Godber comedy not to be missed.
A funny, visually entertaining culture class up-close.
If you miss this one don’t be alarmed as the Capstone Shaw Street, has some fantastic FREE theatre during the rest of the week.
A SPECIAL trail has been created to highlight Liverpool’s links with World War One
To complement the arrival of the iconic Poppies: Weeping Window which will be going on display on part of the façade of St George’s Hall from Saturday 7 November, a trail called Liverpool Remembers has been produced which gives a suggested route around the city centre encouraging residents and visitors to learn more about the trials and tribulations of those whose lives were changed forever by the war.
The trail, which been created by Liverpool City Council in conjunction with National Museums Liverpool, comprises more than 20 locations throughout the city signposting people to memorials ranging from the Liverpool Pals Memorial at Lime Street Station, the Unknown Soldier in Exchange Flags and the Maritime Memorials at the Pier Head right through to buildings of historic interest such as Martins Bank on Water Street, Liverpool Town Hall and several of the city’s museums.
A map detailing all the points of reference is available to download from www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/poppies. It also recommends a route to take in some of the sites which starts at St George’s Hall, works its way through the city centre and ends at the Mersey Ferry Terminal with the dazzle ferry, a First World War centenary art commission by Sir Peter Blake called Everybody Razzle Dazzle.
The full list of recommended locations is:
The Liverpool Pals Memorial, Liverpool Lime Street Station
Liverpool Cenotaph, St George’s Hall Plateau
The Liverpool Scottish Regiment Book of Remembrance, St George’s Hall
Liverpool Kings Regiment Monument, St John’s Gardens
Liverpool Post Office Staff Memorial, Metquarter
The Unknown Soldier, Liverpool Cotton Association Memorial, Exchange Flags
News Room Memorial, Exchange Flags
The Hall of Remembrance, Liverpool Town Hall
Various maritime Memorials at the Pier Head
Liverpool Heroes Memorial, Abercromby Square
Jet of Iada, Calderstones Park
Buildings/activities of historic interest
Royal Court Theatre
St George’s Hall
Walker Art Gallery
Liverpool Central Library
16 Cook Street
Liverpool Town Hall
Royal Liver Building
The Cunard Building
The Port of Liverpool Building
Dazzle Ferry (Everybody Razzle Dazzle)
Museum of Liverpool
Edmund Gardner Pilot Ship
Merseyside Maritime Museum
Albert Dock Liverpool
For the latest information visit www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/poppies, follow @culturelpool on Twitter, or Like Culture Liverpool on Facebook.
Last night, the show that celebrates the music of the Beatles came to Liverpool, direct from the West End.
This is to be a five week sell-out performance run, opening to coincide with John Lennon’s 75th birthday.
The smash hit show established itself as one of the West End’s most popular shows, having long runs at the Savoy and Garrick theatres.
Now, this extravagant, musical, vibrant production has arrived here in Liverpool.
This is a show that Liverpool needs 24/7, and it needs somebody with the flare and publicity backing to go out there and draw in a wider audience in a big way, so ownership of this gem of a production belongs to Merseyside as a permanent feature of the Beatle landscape.
‘The Beatles’ Superstars of our time, whose meteoric rise to fame in the sixties made them a legend overnight, and put Liverpool on the global map with their visionary music during that revolutionary era.
A show like this would certainly support the Liverpool economy further, drawing in the cruise liner pleasure seekers for their evening entertainment, as an example, and would compliment the existing Beatlemania attractions in and around our Merseyside home.
Seen by over 1 million people worldwide, ‘Let It Be’ will delight Liverpool audiences in the next few weeks.
Book a ticket for the next performance and take a trip through an evenings visual Beatlemania tour, a tour with the multimedia spectacular performance, featuring over 40 songs of the Fab four, all set in the spectacular surroundings of the Royal Court theatre Liverpool.
You will love this musical show; and you will travel back in time singing along to ‘Love me do’, and songs that held the first five places in the American top ten and dominated the charts all over the world.
Beatles words and music have been, without doubt, the biggest and most diverse influence, musically speaking, in our lifetime.
This show gives you the opportunity to not only sing, but get up and dance your socks off! Curtain call after curtain call!!!!
You will love this show,……..you will travel back in time to the magical sixties when all you needed was love and a little help from your friends!
A mega-evenings performance and delightful entertainment with the music that defined a generation and captured the hearts and ideals of millions.
Relive your memories…..
Royal Court Liverpool, 01517094321 http://www.royalcourtliverpool.com
till 14th November