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The Comedy of Errors, Grosvenor Park

  Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre know how to do comedy, that’s for sure. Last summer, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to attend A Midsummer Night’s Dream (review here), and this time around for The Comedy of Errors, that magical … Continue reading

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What’s next for Festival of Firsts?

Earlier this year, when Wirral Festival of Firsts 2014 announced its full programme, organisers boasted that this year’s festival was set to be the best yet. This may have seemed a dangerous assertion back in May, but Art in Liverpool … Continue reading

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Catch-22 at The Playhouse

Catch-22: If you’re crazy, you’re not fit for combat; but admit it and the doctors know you’re sane, and you’re sent back out to fight. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. This is the reality B-25 bomber pilot Captain Yossarian … Continue reading

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Under Milk Wood, Liverpool Playhouse

Liverpool Playhouse, 19 May 2014 Perhaps one of Dylan Thomas’ best known plays,Under Milk Wood is enjoying a successful run at the Playhouse Theatre this week to mark the centenary of the playwright’s birth. Thomas tells the tale of twenty-four hours … Continue reading

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Dial “M” For Murder at Liverpool Playhouse ****

Many will recognise this title as one of the legendary Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpieces of film making. For one week only, Liverpool Playhouse brings writer Frederick Knott’s crime thriller to the stage, adapted by director Lucy Bailey. The plot centres around a … Continue reading

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Exploring the Catacombs of St George’s Hall

For a limited time only, St George’s Hall has uncovered its vast catacombs and opened them up to the eyes of the public! Cordially invited to take the first look, Art in Liverpool delved into the depths of the iconic … Continue reading

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Uninspiring: 1984 at Liverpool Playhouse

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George Orwell’s masterpiece and classic socio-political statement novel is no doubt one of the most challenging pieces of literary fiction to be adapted to stage. A  collaboration between Headlong Theatre and the Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company, this really was an … Continue reading

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