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This is our theatre review for Twice Nightly returning to Liverpool‘s Bombed Out Church. Now, this will be the ninth show of Liverpool Theatre Festival 2021. So, let’s take a look at Twice Nightly!
Having started the evening knowing very little about Kate Bush, I can definitely say I left as a convert to The Fish People (The name for Kate Bush fans).
Electric Dreams feels like a special show, and that is a major compliment. Indeed, it's a magical experience for everyone in attendance.
Families will love Boing ... Meow! at the Bombed Out Church, but younger children will especially enjoy attending this performance.
If you love your musicals, then Everybody's Talking About Musicals at the Bombed Out Church is a must-see show for you.
When Another Dragon Roars is a fun 45-minute show that both entertains and educates, and it could be essential viewing for some people.
The Last Five Years is a raw but cleverly creative expression of love in a non-ideal world, from the falling in to the falling apart. With its unique presentation of the intertwining of two people's lives, staged within the breathtaking grounds of the Bombed Out Church, this show boasts character and charm.
I can’t wait to catch Ol' Blue Eyes (Perfectly Frank) again very soon. Indeed, Perfectly Frank at the Bombed Out Church was just perfect!
2Gorgeouse4U is excellently written by Mark Davies Markham it’s full of warmth, wit and laugh out loud comedy moments.
Hairspray The Musical at Liverpool's Empire Theatre is a plus-size beehive of entertainment with a warm message and an innocent heart.
Take it from us: this is a must-see tribute show at St. Helens Theatre Royal, and it perfectly summarises why We Love Little Mix!
Treasure Island at St. Helens Theatre Royal would live up to its name: this was a real treasure, with great energy from beginning to end.
If you're familiar with the original movie, then Heathers The Musical at Liverpool's Empire Theatre will live up to all of your expectations.
This is our exclusive review of The Jungle Book, which is currently performing at the Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre.
Love, Liverpool spotlights the city baring its soul & has us appreciating this place that much more. Check out this Playhouse show if you can.
If you can see Frank Skinner live at the Empire Theatre, I absolutely encourage you to do so. Because he remains as hilarious as ever.
Go for the laugh, but you'll stay for the reality. The only thing missing tonight was a soapbox and yet ‘About Time’ is Davies’s. It's two shows for the price of one and yet throughout it all, we see how this proud comedian and writer sees the world. Sees the injustice and the ‘if you don't laugh, you'll cry’ contradictions of a system that was allegedly designed to help the most vulnerable and needy.
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.
The Monkey With No Bum has catchy songs, hilarious jokes, a fun plot and a positive message, making the show a delight for the family to see.
I would highly recommend that you sample Support Your Local Library: The Rock Opera! when it comes to other UK theatres in the near future.
Every parent should take their children to see The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Make sure to attend a tour date, as this is a treat all the way.
ADHD The Musical Can I Have Your Attention Please is a great hour of live theatre, largely because it feels so real.
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.
For those who can handle the emotional toll, Under The Mask is a phenomenally accurate reflection of the pandemic and is highly recommended.
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.
Judy & Liza at the Floral Pavilion is a flawless portrayal of the careers and lives of Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli.
In numerous ways, Sleeping Beauty at Auditorium At M&S Bank Arena is the ideal show as we await the further loosening of restrictions.