Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre
Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BH
  • Box office 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 and the new £28m building won the RIBA Stirling prize.

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

Events at this venue

There are 8 events at this location

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The Conquest Of The South Pole

Manfred Karge's anarchic journey into the imagination was inspired by the air of revolution having been written in East Berlin in 1986. In it, a band of unemployed friends decide to re-enact Roald Admunsen's journey to the South Pole in the attic, complete with drying washing. Nick Bagnall directs.

Fri 24 Mar

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Sat 25 Mar

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Mon 27 Mar

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

…and 10 more dates until 8 Apr

Gabriel

Paul McGann stars in Moira Buffini's play set in Nazi-occupied Guernsey in 1943.

Tue 4 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Wed 5 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Thu 6 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

…and 2 more dates until 8 Apr

Liverpool Jazz Club

For jazz fanatics or those with a curious nature, head down to the Everyman Theatre this Wednesday night for an exciting free jam session courtesy of the house band, consisting of trumpeter Stan Williams, saxophonist John Padfield, trombonist Andrew MacKenzie, pianist David Fishel, bassist Grant Russell and drummer Ed…

Wed 5 Apr

Bistro

Free / 0151 709 4776

Matthew Bourne’s Early Adventures

Another chance to see the programme of hit pieces that launched the career of one of Britain's favourite choreographers. The inclusion of the notorious Pissoir Duet means it comes with an 'adult content' warning, but with designs by long-time collaborator Lez Brotherston, never have old-fashioned string vests and long…

Tue 28 Mar

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Wed 29 Mar

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

…and 2 more dates until 1 Apr

My Country - A Work In Progress

  • Directed by: Rufus Norris
  • Written by: Carol Ann Duffy

Rufus Norris, Director of the National Theatre, collaborates with Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy on a provocative performance, which uses the exact words of interviews taken in the days after the EU referendum with people around the country. Starring Seema Bowri, Cavan Clarke, Adam Ewan and Laura Elphinstone.

Tue 11 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Wed 12 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Romeo & Juliet

The Everyman Company and actors from Young Everyman Playhouse perform Shakespeare's brutal tale of love and family.

Sat 27 May

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Mon 29 May

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Tue 30 May

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

…and 7 more dates until 7 Jun

The Story Giant

A family adventure into the magic of storytelling, adapted by Lindsay Rodden from the book by Brian Patten.

Thu 13 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Fri 14 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Sat 15 Apr

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

…and 11 more dates until 29 Apr

The Sum

Lizzie Nunnery's powerful play with songs, about finding the magic formula to the problems of life.

Sat 6 May

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Mon 8 May

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

Tue 9 May

£10–£30 / 0151 709 4776

…and 10 more dates until 20 May

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