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The key message from Young Homotopia: We're Queer For It is that being queer is something to celebrate, and that shines through here.
I would encourage all wrestling fans and anyone wishing to learn about transgender life and issues of transphobia to see The Masked Femme.
Everyone from the producers to the performers to the writers should be proud of their efforts for Liverpool Theatre Festival Of New Works.
Pride And Prejudice at the Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre is plenty of fun. And what better place to enjoy this show in the soaring heat?
12 The Rainbow Monologues is a must-see show for anyone who wishes to learn about LGBTQ+ life and also for those who are LGBTQ+ themselves.
I strongly suggest you watch this show online, as Paul Robeson's Love Song. An Audio Play is thoroughly compelling and highly educational.
Hopefully, this show tours and has a longer running time to offer a deeper backstory, because This Skin Of Mine was a lot of fun to watch.
Trapped: 12x8 And String is worth checking out to experience both of these stories if this production tours a venue near you in the future.
The Forgotten Forest is a great way for the children to spend their hour by laughing and learning alongside the magical animals.
The days are counting down to Twice Nightly at Liverpool‘s Bombed Out Church this July for Liverpool Theatre Festival Of New Works.
A Brief Conversation About The Inevitability Of Love acts as a strong start to the first Liverpool Theatre Festival Of New Works for 2021.
If you're ready to return to the theatre, I strongly urge you to see Ellen & Rigby, which runs at the Royal Court Theatre until July 31 2021.
The Greatest Play In The History Of The World is the perfect stage show to generate that theatre spark after having such a long absence.
I found the whole performance very entertaining. It was a very witty script written and directed by Barry Levy. If you are easily offended this is not the show for you. But if you want a fun night out. Highly recommended.
If Y'MAM: Young Man's Angry Movements comes to a theatre near you, I highly recommend that you see it. As a matter of fact, I insist upon it.
Sweet Mother is extremely well-plotted and spectacularly-performed.
Deathly Confessions is an intriguing and unusual format for a live show, and one that I felt worked very well.
The thought-provoking Our Lady Of Blundellsands is accessible to adults of all ages as the Domingo family spans each generation.
Definitely check out The Mourning Bride during its current run at the Hope Street Theatre.
By The Waters Of Liverpool is incredible and an absolute must-see, and one of the North-West theatre highlights of 2020. See it as soon as you can as a matter of urgency.
BoJo's World is a truly great hour of political satire.
I would have paid double the ticket price for There's A Dead Body In My Baby's Sandpit.
With Band Of Gold, Kay Mellor has created a genuinely gripping and hugely entertaining production, which comes highly recommended.
Something About Simon will please both the most casual of fan right up to the most devoted.
The Unlikely Candidate is a fantastic blend of buffoonery and horseplay provides young Merseyside talent with the opportunity to experiment.
The Last Will And Testament Of Henry Van Dyke is a great bit of escapism with a clever angle to the traditional.
I Think We Are Alone is not to be missed.
A visit to the Royal Court Theatre to watch Lost In Colomendy is an ideal night out.
I would urge anybody regardless of sexual orientation to check out Riot Act.
Stephen Daldry’s thought-provoking production for the National Theatre at Liverpool Playhouse is a must-see for all.
Desperate Scousewives 2 - It’s A Christmas Cracker! was easy to follow and hilariously funny.
For those brave enough, Susan Hill's The Woman In Black at Liverpool's Playhouse Theatre is not to be missed!
Magical is how most people would sum up Amélie.
Achy Breaky Bride delivered a thoroughly enjoyable and leg-slapping evening of entertainment.
I would definitely suggest checking out Still No Idea.
Lost Boys is the perfect portrayal of mental health problems faced by young people, particularly males, in 2019.
Blood Brothers is the best play that you could possibly see.
This version of the play for This Girl, unfortunately, does not do Cynthia Lennon justice.
Toast comes to Liverpool's Playhouse Theatre in September 2019.
Still No Idea comes to Liverpool's Unity Theatre in September 2019.
War Horse is a production that you will keep recommending and rewatching over and over again.
Masquerade is simply a brilliant play.
Masquerade begins at Liverpool's Royal Court Theatre.
Lost Soul 2 - Smigger's Wrecked Head is the perfect sequel to the original production.
Overall, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a must-see show.
The Full Monty was the best show I have reviewed at the Empire for years. Don't miss it!
Macbeth proves that Shakespeare’s tales can still captivate and excite an audience. especially given the expert handling of Daniel Taylor.
Yellow Breck Road is more than adequate and well worth seeing during its current run at Liverpool's Royal Court Theatre.
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