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Young Homotopia: We’re Queer For It Review – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

The key message from Young Homotopia: We're Queer For It is that being queer is something to celebrate, and that shines through here.

The Masked Femme Review – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

I would encourage all wrestling fans and anyone wishing to learn about transgender life and issues of transphobia to see The Masked Femme.

Liverpool Theatre Festival Of New Works 2021 Review – Bombed Out...

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 Review – Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester

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 Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

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 – The Musical Review – Bombed...

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.

Support Your Local Library: The Rock Opera! Review – Bombed Out...

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.

Tea Time Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Tea Time is a thoroughly enjoyable show that delves into topics in a manner that ensures continuous laughter and attention from the audience.

Now! Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Now! is one of the more memorable shows from the Liverpool Theatre Festival Of New Works with a clear message for the audience to follow.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Review – Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool

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.

Superstar Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Should you see Superstar? Yes, absolutely, and possibly several times. Superstar is a fantastic show and one I enjoyed from start to finish.

ADHD The Musical: Can I Have Your Attention Please? Review –...

ADHD The Musical Can I Have Your Attention Please is a great hour of live theatre, largely because it feels so real.

Paul Robeson’s Love Song. An Audio Play Review – Bombed Out...

I strongly suggest you watch this show online, as Paul Robeson's Love Song. An Audio Play is thoroughly compelling and highly educational.

This Skin Of Mine Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

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: 12×8 And String Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

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 Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

The Forgotten Forest is a great way for the children to spend their hour by laughing and learning alongside the magical animals.

Twice Nightly Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

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 Review – Bombed...

A Brief Conversation About The Inevitability Of Love acts as a strong start to the first Liverpool Theatre Festival Of New Works for 2021.

Swan Song Review – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

We welcome the announcement of Swan Song coming to Liverpool's Unity Theatre from Friday July 1 to Saturday July 3 2021.

Ellen & Rigby Review – Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool

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 Review –...

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.

Bow & Arrow The Outlaws Of Sherwood Review – The Black-E,...

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.

Woke Review – Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool

Woke is incredibly powerful. It’s full of grit and definitely worth a watch. Apphia Campbell is incredible and gives a passionate and steely performance.

Y’MAM: Young Man’s Angry Movements Review – Everyman Theatre, Liverpool

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 Review – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton

Judy & Liza at the Floral Pavilion is a flawless portrayal of the careers and lives of Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli.

Sleeping Beauty Review – Auditorium At M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

In numerous ways, Sleeping Beauty at Auditorium At M&S Bank Arena is the ideal show as we await the further loosening of restrictions.

Beauty And The Beast Review – St. Helens Theatre Royal, St....

I would thoroughly recommend a visit to St. Helens Theatre Royal for a very entertaining and superb pantomime in the form of Beauty And The Beast.

A Christmas Concert Review – Bombed Out Church

Liverpool String Quartet’s A Christmas Concert at the Bombed Out Church was the prototypical game of two halves.

Liverpool Theatre Festival Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

The Liverpool Theatre Festival was absolutely tremendous, and it reminded me as to why theatre is vital to the UK's cultural landscape.

Swan Song Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Swan Song was extremely fitting to mark what all of us hope to be the return of theatre in Liverpool.

Something About Simon Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Something About Simon was a fantastic evening enhanced by beautiful lighting and a peaceful atmosphere.

Hurrah For The Pirate King! Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

The idea of a children's show mixed with opera sounds fresh and intriguing, and it was achieved to great success here with Hurrah For The Pirate King!

Judy & Liza Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Judy & Liza lived up to all expectations by delivering a fantastic hour of entertainment.

Music Of The Night Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Simply put, Music Of The Night was absolutely exceptional.

Matinee Musical Classics Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Matinee Musical Classics nicely brought together the greatest hits from some of the most famous stage shows of all-time.

Sweet Mother Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Sweet Mother is extremely well-plotted and spectacularly-performed.

Shakers Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Shakers was an entertaining contribution to the Liverpool Theatre Festival.

Deathly Confessions Review – Bombed Out Church, Liverpool

Deathly Confessions is an intriguing and unusual format for a live show, and one that I felt worked very well.

All-Star Superslam Wrestling Review – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton

All-Star Superslam Wrestling was a lot of fun and a great way to relax and smile for a couple of hours.

Mothership – Led Zeppelin Tribute Review – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton

Long may Mothership continue to give us back our Led Zeppelin days.

Mark Thomas Review — Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool

Such a politically-conscious show, Mark Thomas, who is incredibly articulate and intelligent, embodied British satire perfectly.

I’m Still Standing – The Music Of Elton John – Southport...

I’m Still Standing - The Music Of Elton John is a fabulous evening of music and laughter.

Tom Rosenthal Review – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

I would encourage people to go and watch Tom Rosenthal when he comes to your local auditorium because he was fantastic!

Hits Of Motown Review – St Helens Theatre Royal, St. Helens

All in all, Hits Of Motown is a definite must-see for any Motown fan, from the most casual to the most loyal devotee.

The King And I Review – Empire Theatre, Liverpool

This celebration of The King And I demonstrated musical brilliance, excellent acting, fantastic choreography, beautiful wardrobe and sets, and magnificent casting.

Our Lady Of Blundellsands Review – Everyman Theatre, Liverpool

The thought-provoking Our Lady Of Blundellsands is accessible to adults of all ages as the Domingo family spans each generation.

Conversations With Roddy Doyle Review, Liverpool Playhouse

If you’re a fan of Roddy Doyle, this is an absolute must-see.

Giovanni Pernice – This Is Me, Floral Pavilion

Giovanni Pernice: This Is Me has powerful choreography and dazzling costumes, led by an entertaining and charismatic professional.

The Mourning Bride Review – Hope Street Theatre, Liverpool

Definitely check out The Mourning Bride during its current run at the Hope Street Theatre.

Miss Julie Review – Storyhouse Chester, Chester

Storyhouse Chester is largely onto a winner with its well-named series of Originals, which include Miss Julie.

ABBA Forever Review – Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

For a feel-good and authentic ABBA experience, it is strongly advised to check out ABBA Forever.

The Colour Of Light Review – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

The Colour Of Light is a definite must-see.

Believe – The Cher Songbook Review – Empire Theatre, Liverpool

Believe - The Cher Songbook is a very respectful tribute to the musical legend, and from somebody who went to see the real deal a few months ago, it comes highly recommended.

By The Waters Of Liverpool Review – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton

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 Review – Hope Street Theatre, Liverpool

BoJo's World is a truly great hour of political satire.

Barry Steele In The Roy Orbison Story ‘West End Special’ Review...

Barry Steele In The Roy Orbison Story ‘West End Special’ is a feel-good trek through the life and discography of Roy Orbison, and is a show well worth watching for anyone who followed the great man's career.

The Suicide Review – Storyhouse Chester, Chester

The Suicide is coming up to the end of its run at Chester Storyhouse, and we went along to check it out.

Rapunzel Review – Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

If you enjoy pantomimes, or if you have small children and want a night of fun as a family, I would definitely recommend Rapunzel, as there are laughs and gasps aplenty.

Max And Ivan: Commitment Review – Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool

Max And Ivan: Commitment is the quickest hour you'll ever spend in a theatre.

There’s A Dead Body In My Baby’s Sandpit Review – Hope...

I would have paid double the ticket price for There's A Dead Body In My Baby's Sandpit.

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