Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre
Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BH
  • Box office 0151 709 4776
  • General enquiries 0151 709 4776
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  • Website www.everymanplayhouse.com
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Founded in 1964 in a former chapel, the Everyman Theatre has played host to a plethora of now-global talents including Julie Walters, Bernard Hill, Jonathan Pryce, Pete Postlethwaite, Bill Nighy, Alan Bleasdale, Willy Russell and David Morrissey. Closed and demolished in 2011, it reopened in 2014. The new £28m building, designed by Haworth Tompkins won the RIBA Stirling prize and it featured on a series of first class stamps in 2017.

The Everyman is the only theatre in England with a permanent repertory company of actors.

Events at this venue

There are 9 events at this location

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The Everyman Rock N Roll Panto: The Little Mermaid

A rock'n'roll adaptation of the popular tale about a mermaid who dreams of becoming a human to meet her prince. Notorious dame Francis Tucker and master of mischief Adam Keast provide the laughs.

Sat 25 Nov

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:00

Mon 27 Nov

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:00

Tue 28 Nov

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:00
…and 43 more dates until 20 Jan 2018

Frantic Ignition

Dance workshop for men ages 16–20.

Tue 19 Sep

Free / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:00 – 21:00

Lefty Scum

A triple-header show with Jonny & The Baptists, Josie Lond and Grace Petrie as they tackle present-day politics and socialism on a more light-hearted scale.

Thu 9 Nov

£14–£16 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Man To Man

Manfred Karge's adult drama is set in Nazi Germany.

Wed 25 Oct

£10–£23 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Thu 26 Oct

£10–£23 / 0151 709 4776

  • 17:30

Fri 27 Oct

£10–£23 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Sat 28 Oct

£10–£23 / 0151 709 4776

  • 14:00
  • 19:30

Me And Robin Hood

I first met Robin Hood in the Autumn of 1975, as a seven-year-old boy, and we have been good mates ever since. Recently, he's been going crazy about the direction our world is heading. He can't believe there isn't a bigger reaction to all the madness. This show is his idea. He's convinced we need to change the story of…

Thu 2 Nov

£12 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Fri 3 Nov

£12 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Sat 4 Nov

£12 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Reasons To Be Cheerful

Celebrating the infectious music of Ian Dury And The Blockheads, this is a punk rock musical and gritty coming of age tale, which always leaves audiences shouting for more. Directed by Jenny Sealey.

Tue 17 Oct

£10–£26 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Wed 18 Oct

£10–£26 / 0151 709 4776

  • 17:30

Thu 19 Oct

£10–£26 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30
…and 2 more dates until 21 Oct

Songs For The End Of The World

Musician and theatre maker Dom Coyote and his high octane, multi-instrumentalist band, The Bloodmoneys, explore the line between music gig and theatre.

Tue 31 Oct

£10–£23 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Wed 1 Nov

£10–£23 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Summer School

A week of games and creating a performance for 7 to 10 year olds at the Everyman, run by experienced workshop leaders.

Mon 7 Aug

Standard per week £100 / 0151 709 4776

Tue 8 Aug

Standard per week £100 / 0151 709 4776

Wed 9 Aug

Standard per week £100 / 0151 709 4776

…and 2 more dates until 11 Aug

The Tin Drum

Kneehigh, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and West Yorkshire Playhouse present an adaptation of Gunter Grass's surreal post-war novel about a young boy who decides to remain a child forever. Directed by Mike Shepherd.

Thu 28 Sep

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Fri 29 Sep

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

  • 19:30

Sat 30 Sep

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

  • 14:00
  • 19:30
…and 12 more dates until 14 Oct

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