Thursday, 17 January 2019

REVIEW: Learning To Swim On An Ironing Board - HOME, Manchester



'Learning How To Swim On An Ironing Board' is a new piece of work commissioned by Home for the Push Festival 2019; a two week celebration of North West creative talents.


Conor A is a spoken word artist with fibromyalgia and is telling his story of ‘getting better at getting better’ in this one man show. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition that can be triggered by physically and emotionally stressful events. There is some treatment to improve quality of life but there is no cure.

Spice Girls. Belly Button Fluff. Three point turns.

Conor starts his show with a very free and funny conversation with the audience and the houselights stay up as he lets people ‘warm up to his accent’. He talks about the uncertainty a mix of empathy and humour can cause an audience and encourages us to laugh. And there are plenty of laughs to be had. Then we jump straight into what is the cornerstone of the show; his adventures as an ‘eavesdropping hobbyist’, as seen in the ‘Overheard in Arndale’ social media accounts. He guides us through a rather romanticised day-in-the-life of an eavesdropper, taking us into Manchester’s Arndale Centre with his energetic, physical and hilarious prose. There’s a lovely touch of poetry to his delivery; it’s the ‘serious poetry that doesn’t rhyme’ but instead has ingenious alliteration and a pleasing flow. Hints of his past life as a performance poet. His lyrical descriptions, and indeed the rest of the show, are then punctuated with some of his overheard tidbits.

Falafel. Glitter. Lego shop inequality.

Sprinkled between the overheard phrases are autobiographical stories. Conor talks about his start as a performance poet, his diagnosis, his discovery of improv, his therapy and his cautious return to the stage. The eavesdropping is therapist-approved by the way, and Terry (the therapist) makes an appearance in the form of a toy owl in a series of pre-recorded videos where he talks about Conor, emotional growth and also takes part in an dramatic reconstruction of one of their sessions. These are moments in the show where the content becomes a little heavier but Conor still manages to present it all with humour and a charming self-awareness. His decision to take his condition with joy is reflected in the overwhelming laughter his performance provokes.

90s fashion. Medical onions. Sexy Batman.

Conor has created a fantastically entertaining hour; educational, funny, serious and always with warmth and light. And, rather brilliantly, he has also worked his ‘reasonable adjustments’ into the structure of the show in way that adds enjoyment to the detriment of nothing and no one.

I hope that Conor A is willing and able to continue creating shows like this. He has a talent for comedy and a flair for performance that I would love to see again.

Reviewer - Deanna Turnbull
on - 16/1/19







Wednesday, 16 January 2019

REVIEW: Life By The Throat - HOME, Manchester


Inspired by her own story and some of the men and women, Eve Steele (writer and performer), grew up with in Moss Side, this was Life By The Throat. A one woman play, which has been developed over a few years – it had its origins at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

This was the story of one working class man’s life from birth to death, his name was James Joseph Patrick Keogh. James had it tough: born into poverty and perilous circumstances. He coped through wit, laughter, and addiction to running, drugs, and alcohol. Through Steele’s words only, the audience were taken down dark and unforgiving alleyways in Manchester, to astounding nightclubs in Amsterdam, Strangeways Prison, and into a jeweller’s shop in Germany.

A striking central performance from Steele was the definitive highlight of the event. Steele’s natural and varied pacing, rhythmic, musical, and nuanced delivery, and 100% investment stood out. Here you have a writer and performer who knew her text inside out to the point where it became second nature - but by no means automatic, every word was spoken as if it had just been thought about there and then. I don’t have a Mancunian accent but I’m probably developing one after that performance.

As a writer, Steele balanced and captured all aspects of Joseph’s life just right, not spending too much or too little time on certain life moments. You had naturalistic scenes then snippets of metaphorical spoken word crept in - often in times of high emotional intensity and anxiety.

The play was acutely observational of James’ inner feelings and experience as well as the outer world around him. Occasionally, this included observational humour. The little details painted a big picture. It was a play full of Mancunian idiosyncrasies and idioms.

Midway through, there was a physical theatre style sequence choreographed to music like Frantic Assembly would use. The naturalistic, on occasion, abstract mime worked for the rest of the performance, but this rather intense physical moment didn’t gel with the rest of the play. Besides, it told us something we already knew: his addiction was getting worse in one immense, self-destructive and vicious cycle. Ally Howe’s lighting design effectively conjured up a feeling of bleakness and isolation, featuring several imprisoning spotlights and very little colour.

In addition, going back to the story and the character of James I felt shocked, maybe slightly angry, by his actions and behaviour. However at the same time, I can’t help but feel that society dealt him a bad hand: James didn’t get the help and support he needed when he should have done – maybe that’s why he acted the way he did. There was certainly “big P” Political undertones to this play.

Watching this play was a fairly intense experience, it was also an opportunity however to witness an acting masterclass from Steele. The performance and writing of the death scene, with James’ moment of enlightenment, was raw, profound, and astonishing. Steele meant every word, she made me forget it was a play for a second, and her emotional fragility was moving. An educational and emotive play.

Reviewer – Sam Lowe
on - 15/1/19

NEWS: Manchester Opera House to host Abigail's Party starring Jodie Prenger.


JODIE PRENGER STARS IN UK TOUR
OF MIKE LEIGH’S ACCLAIMED COMEDY
ABIGAIL’S PARTY


Jodie Prenger leads the cast in Abigail’s Party, Mike Leigh’s groundbreaking comedy classic which began a major UK tour in Brighton on 10 January 2019 and arrives onto the Opera House Manchester stage from Monday 8-Saturday 13 April.

Mike Leigh saw the cast in their opening week in BrightonJoining Jodie as Beverly in Abigail’s Party are Vicky Binns as Angela, Calum Callaghan as Tony, Daniel Casey as Lawrence and Rose Keegan as Susan.

Beverly and her husband Laurence are throwing a party for their newlywed neighbours, Tony and Angela.  Joining them is highly strung Susan who’s been banished from the party of her teenage daughter Abigail.  Welcome to 1970’s suburbia and its heady mix of free-flowing cocktails, classic disco and cheese and pineapple sticks.  As tensions rise and tempers flare the sheen of respectability is torn away by the warring couples with hilarious and potentially disastrous consequences. 

Mike Leigh’s iconic Abigail’s Party is one of Britain’s most celebrated comedies and was described by The Guardian as ‘One of the greatest plays about the human condition ever written.’

Vicky Binns has had long-running roles in Coronation Street, playing Molly Dobbs for five years, and Emmerdale as Ollie Reynolds for four years.  Her theatre work includesThe Winter’s Tale and To Kill a Mockingbird at Bolton Octagon and Lina Lamont in a recent tour of Singin’ in the Rain.

Daniel Casey is probably best known for playing Sergeant Troy in six series’ of Midsummer Murders.  His theatre work includes Roger Shears in the award-winning West End production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Apollo Theatre the Gielgud.

Calum Callaghan’s TV credits include: Black Mirror for Netflix, Mr Selfridge (ITV) and Our World War and Torchwood for BBC.  His most recent theatre including Junkyard for Headlong/Bristol Old Vic/Theatr Clywd, Cymbeline at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Once a Catholic, directed by Kathy Burke and Port at the National Theatre.

Rose Keegan’s film and TV work includes Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsMatch Point, The Mirror Crack’d and Gimme Gimme Gimme.  Recent theatre includes Susan in the Oxford Playhouse/Theatre Royal Bath production of Abigail’s Party, Stepping Out (Theatre Royal Bath) and A Message for the Broken Hearted (Liverpool Playhouse/BAC).

Jodie Prenger said: Abigail’s Party is a true British classic and a real bucket list part for me.  I’m thrilled to be involved in something so wonderful.  I can’t wait to get started.’

Jodie landed the role of Nancy in Cameron Mackintosh's revival production of Oliver! at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane after winning BBC 1's I'd Do Anything.  She won the 2010 Whatsonstage Theatregoer’s Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical. She then went on to play The Lady of The Lake in the Spamalot UK tour and in the West End at the Playhouse Theatre, and Dolly in the National Theatre's production of One Man Two Guvnors at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.  2015 saw Jodie star in the title role of Calamity Jane on the UK No. 1 Tour followed by a Christmas run of Annie at the New Theatre, Oxford in the role of Miss Hannigan.

In 2016, Jodie starred in a new UK tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s one woman show Tell Me On A Sunday and in the autumn, Jodie reprised the role of Madame Thenardier in a special production of Les Miserables in Dubai Opera Theatre. Jodie has guest presented for Elaine Paige and Paul O’Grady on many occasions with BBC Radio 2.  Other BBC Radio 2 appearances include Wogan, co-hosting Going Out With Alan Carr, Chris Evans’ Breakfast Show, The Olivier Awards 2010 and Children in Need 2009 with Graham Norton. Recently, Jodie starred in the one-woman UK tour of Shirley Valentine, and has just finished playing the role of Kelly in the production of Kay Mellor’s Fat Friends on its UK Tour with music written by Nick Lloyd Webber.

Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party is directed by Sarah Esdaile.  The associate director is Mark Maughan, designer Janet Bird, lighting designer Paul Pyant, associate lighting designer, Ed Locke, sound designer, Mic Pool, movement director Lucy Cullingford, dialect coach Charmian Hoare, casting director Anne Vosser, costume supervisor, Yvonne Milnes, props supervisor, Lizzie Frankl and wigs supervisor Andrew Whiteoak.

Abigail’s Party is a co-production between ATG Productions and Smith and Brant Theatricals by arrangement
with Theatre Royal Bath.


NEWS: Off Cut, Manchester's short play competition is back again at 53Two.


                                                                                                                  




It’s baack!
The short play competition where the audience decides...
‘OFF CUT MCR’


22-25th Jan
53two, Manchester

One of the UK’s most successful platforms for undiscovered writing, acting and directing talent has found a new home in the North. For five years, the Off Cut Festival was one of London’s biggest springboards for many new careers and working relationships, all born in the spirit of collaboration, camaraderie and friendly competition. And always with an emphasis on audience engagement. After all, everything we do is all for your delight.

What happens?
Over the past few weeks, 15 brand new short plays from writers around the country have been rehearsed and reworked by Manchester’s finest up-and-coming directors and actors, ready for performance. They will be shown in three groups of five plays, and the audience will then be asked to vote for their favourite plays. The top two plays from each group will go through to be performed again on the last day of the festival. Here, the audience will be asked to vote on the plays again alongside a panel of industry professionals who will also be selecting their favourite pieces. Judges include Bruntwood Prize Winner and first OFFCUT winner, Anna Jordan; Acting Artistic Director of Oldham Coliseum, Chris Lawson; Casting Director, Joanne Moss and Nickie Miles-Wildin of the Royal Exchange.

Each of these plays will be in the running for these awards:
The Audience Award for Favourite Play
The Audience Award for Favorite Performance
The Panel Award for Writing
The Panel Award for Directing
The Panel Award for Ensemble Acting.

‘OFFCUT fills a hole that has long been empty. It embraces all of the qualities we strive for in independent and fringe theatre and provides the perfect platform to showcase and launch careers alongside celebrating the brilliant spirit and bond that this city has.’
Simon Naylor - Producer
Manchester Actors’ Platform and FOUNDation/53two

The writer, cast and director of the Audience Award for Favourite Play will be invited to either develop the piece into a fully-staged production or work together on a brand new play. All with the support of Manchester Actors’ Platform and all proceeds going towards 53two's FOUNDation programme.

 

‘I'm absolutely thrilled that Off Cut had found a new home in Manchester. Not only am I immensely proud of the success of the event and the good it has done so many of its participants, as a theatre-goer, I also find the whole thing really, really exciting. Thank you Manchester - and 53Two - for breathing new life into this blast of a festival.’
Daniel Brennan – Creator/Producer
Off Cut


Manchester Actors’ Platform & MAP Productions
The Manchester Actors’ Platform, MAP, was created in 2015 by actor/acting coach Simon Naylor. Designed to benefit adult actors, its focus lies primarily on providing services required at an affordable cost. MAP hoped to bridge the gap between the affordable and the achievable. Simon’s background as an actor means that he has, and still is, experiencing just how tough the industry can be, not just to break into, but to survive in. Combining his 10 years teaching experience at some of the country’s leading drama schools, a rich and varied experience on stage, screen and radio and some reassuring Northern roots, all of the services MAP provide aim to cut out the b*******t. MAP Productions was established in 2016 and launched with a sell-out show of Andrea Dunbar’s ‘Shirley’. Since then they have gone on to produce their own work both in Manchester and across the country, providing paid work for primarily working class actors, in new-writing and re-imagined regional productions. MAP Productions and their work have been nominated for and received both Manchester Theatre Awards and Northern Soul Awards and manage Manchester’s largest independent theatre, 53two.

FOUNDation
When 53two was established, we always knew that as part of our commitment to the arts we wanted to give back to the Manchester community. We've been running the arches for 2 years now and it's time to start the return.

53two are now delighted to run 'FOUNDation' - a fund set-aside specifically for emerging artists in Manchester and the North West. We have pledged to give back what we can to artists from across the spectrum. Whether this is in monetary format, production support, provision of venue, sponsor or other, we intend to put the money we can afford to share, back in to what we love.



Performances
Group One
22nd Jan – 7:30pm
Home Fires Burning by Kevin Cuffe
Summerland by Brian Coyle
The Fish and the Sea by Jeff Nolan
Born on the Right Side by Maddie Wakeling
Grow by Gemma Langford


Group Two
23rd Jan – 7:30pm
Home by Alexandra Keelan
Best Friends by Lewis Charlesworth
FOMO by Curtis Cole
Here We Are by Anne Price
There's a Fly in My Room by Rachel McMurray


Group Three
24th Jan – 7:30pm
Tortoise by Naomi Westerman
Tremble by Rob Johnston
To Sleep by Stephanie Lacey
Granola by Gemma Whiteley
Click by Chantelle Dusette


GRAND FINAL
25th Jan – 7:30pm
The six plays, chosen by the audience over the previous three nights, are performed again. From them, the winner of the Audience Award for Favourite Play will be developed and fully-staged at 53two.


TICKETS:
Tickets are £8 per show
£24 for OFFCUT PASS to all 4 nights
Available at www.53two.com/offcut
Unwaged tickets at £2 available every night


NEWS: Pink Floyd tribute band, Brit Floyd announce '40 Years Of The Wall' UK tour.



Brit Floyd- 40 Years of The Wall

Brit Floyd, the world’s greatest Pink Floyd tribute show, returns to the stage in 2019 with its most ambitious and best production yet, a very special 40th Anniversary retrospective of Pink Floyd’s iconic rock opera, ‘The Wall’.

Released in November 1979, a semi-autobiographical concept album from the mind of Pink Floyd founding member Roger Waters, The Wall remains one of the biggest selling albums of all time, and an important moment in Rock music history.

As well as performing a host of musical highlights from The Wall, Brit Floyd will perform classic gems from The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Division Bell plus lots more.

The Brit Floyd show has truly become a phenomenon, widely regarded as the world's greatest live tribute to Pink Floyd. Faithfully recreating the scale and pomp of the final 1994 Division Bell tour, complete with a stunning million dollar light show, large circle screen and arch plus moving lights, lasers, inflatables and theatrics. A Brit Floyd show really is as close as fans will get to experiencing the magnificence of a Pink Floyd show live.


Tour dates.

Thu 28 Feb Liverpool Echo Arena
Fri 01 Mar Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sat 02 Mar Plymouth Pavilions 
Mon 04 Mar Aylesbury Waterside Theatre 
Tue 05 Mar London Palladium 
Wed 06 Mar Birmingham Symphony Hall 
Fri 08 Mar Basingstoke The Anvil 
Sat 09 Mar Cardiff St David's Hall 
Sun 10 Mar Leicester De Montfort Hall 
Tue 12 Mar Portsmouth Guildhall 
Wed 13 Mar Southend Cliffs Pavilion 
Fri 15 Mar Manchester Bridgewater Hall 
Sat 16 Mar Gateshead The Sage 
Sun 17 Mar Glasgow Royal Concert Hall 
Mon 18 Mar Aberdeen Music Hall

Attachments area
Preview YouTube video Brit Floyd - "Run Like Hell" - Space & Time - Live in Amsterdam

NEWS: The Capstone Theatre in Liverpool announces it's latest season.


THE CAPSTONE THEATRE LAUNCHES SPRING 2019 SEASON
The Capstone is delighted to announce the launch of its spring 2019 season, which runs from late January to May 2019, and promises an eclectic selection of artistic treats with contemporary music, jazz, world music, dance and dramatic performances, and film screenings. 
The season boasts two festivals, including the seventh incarnation of Liverpool International Jazz Festival (Thu 21 – Sun 24 Feb), and international combined arts festivalThe Angel Field Festival (Fri 22 – Sat 30 Mar), a brand-new addition to Liverpool’s cultural calendar. In addition, there is a scattering of performances from Capstone regulars MilapfestLiverpool Mozart OrchestraAllerton Brass and others.
The season opens on Sat 26 Jan with The Big Blind, a storytelling show fusing fairy tales from Norway, Scotland, Ireland and India with live performances of contemporary Scandinavian folk music. This is followed on Sun 27 Jan with Travelled Companions production 5 More Minutes, a funny and magical show for children aged 3-6 and their families which explores the fun, frustration and fantasy of bedtime.
Some early season highlights include concerts by David Helbock's Random/Control Trio, Strobes, Kit Downes and Tom Challenger, Darius Brubeck's Quartet, Atom String Quartet and VEIN (all performing as part of Liverpool International Jazz Festival).
New for 2019, The Angel Field Festival builds upon the rich tradition of The Cornerstone Festival. The festival’s content will be shaped by key historical events all marking key milestones in 2019, including: 50 years since the first moon landing; 30 years since the demolition of the Berlin Wall; 30 years since the end of the Ceausescu regime in Romania; 100 years since the Bauhaus; and the commencement of Brexit.
Later in spring audiences are treated to music from Ian Boddy (Sat 2 Mar); a presentation of composer Andrew Poppy's new work Hoarse Songs (Fri 12 Apr); Knot, an exhilarating dance performance influenced by circus performance (Tue 2 Apr); and three concerts celebrating the legacies of popular artists, Joni Mitchell, Ray Charles and Stephane Grappelli: Court and Spark - The Joni Mitchell Songbook (Fri 26 Apr), Jeremy Sassoon's Ray Charles Project (Sat 11 May), and John Etheridge's Sweet Chorus(Fri 24 May).


PERFORMANCE DETAILS

SEASON LISTINGS

The Big Blind
Sat 26 Jan 2019
7:30pm
£10 (£8 concessions)

Travelled Companions presents 5 More Minutes
Sun 27 Jan 2019
12pm & 2pm
Adults £9.50, Children £7.50, Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £21.52

Liverpool Mozart Orchestra: All The Threes
Sat 9 Feb 2019
7:30pm (pre-concert talk at 6:45pm)
Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
Adult £15, Senior Citizen £13.50, Student 17+ £5, Student 16 and under Free

LIVERPOOL INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL 2019

David Helbock’s Random/Control
Thu 21 Feb 2019
7:30pm
£11.50

Strobes
Fri 22 Feb 2019
7:30pm
£11.50

Milapfest presents Afternoon Ragas
Sat 23 Feb 2019
1pm
£6.50

Double Bill: Downes and Challenger / Watts and Grew
Sat 23 Feb 2019
4pm
Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£11.50

Darius Brubeck Quartet
Sat 23 Feb 2019
7:30pm
£15

Curly Woodwind Workshop Day (feat. Andy Sheppard)
Sun 24 Feb 2019
12pm
The Warehouse Theatre, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
Free Admission (to register call 0151 707 9468 or email info@curlywoodwind.co.uk)

Triple Bill: After The Flood / Deep Cabaret / Ancient Infinity Orchestra
Sun 24 Feb 2019
1pm, 2pm, 3pm
£11.50

Atom String Quartet
Sun 24 Feb 2019
4:30pm
Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£11.50

Vein (feat. Andy Sheppard)
Sun 24 Feb 2019
7:30pm
£15

SEASON LISTINGS

DiN Double Bill: D’Voxx / Ian Boddy and Nigel Mullaney
Sat 2 Mar 2019
7:30pm
£15

ANGEL FIELD FESTIVAL 2019

The Washing Up
Fri 22 Mar 2019
3pm
The Warehouse Theatre, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£6.50

The Phil Shotton Big Band
Fri 22 Mar 2019
7:30pm
Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£11.50

My Life As A Courgette
Sat 23 Mar 2019
12pm
The Warehouse Theatre, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£5 (pay on the door)

Pagoda Chinese Youth Orchestra
Sat 23 Mar 2019
2pm
Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
Free Admission

Liverpool Mozart Orchestra: French Influences
Sat 23 Mar 2019
7:30pm (pre-concert talk 6:45pm)
Adult £15, Senior Citizen £13.50, Student 17+ £5, Student 16 and under Free

Pixels Ensemble: Voices of Italy
Sat 23 Mar 2019
7:30pm
Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£10 (£5 Students)

The Death of Stalin
Sun 24 Mar 2019
12pm
£5 (pay on the door)

2001: A Space Odyssey
Sun 24 Mar 2019
4pm
£5 (pay on the door)

Kerem Quartet: 30 Years On
Sun 24 Mar 2019
7:30pm
St Peter’s Church, Langrove Street, Liverpool
£10 (£5 students)

The Death of Mr. Lazarescu
Mon 25 Mar 2019
1pm
£5 (pay on the door)

Tales From The Golden Age
Tue 26 Mar 2019
12:30pm
£5 (pay on the door)

Berlin: Symphony of A Great City
Tue 26 Mar 2019
7:30pm
£10 (5 students)

Henry V: The King’s Knickers (Or Made In England)
Wed 27 Mar 2019
6pm
The Warehouse Theatre, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
Free Admission

The Sounds of Opera
Thu 28 Mar 2019
11am
Free Admission

The Lives of Others
Thu 28 Mar 2019
3:30pm
£5 (pay on the door)

Music Argentina
Thu 28 Mar 2019
7:30pm
St Francis Xavier’s Church, Salisbury Street, Liverpool
£10 (£5 students)

Moon
Fri 28 Mar 2019
1pm
£5 (pay on the door)

Song of The Sea
Sat 30 Mar 2019
11am
The Warehouse Theatre, Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus
£5 (pay on the door)

Music For The Mind And Soul: Josh Feinberg and Kousic Sen
Sat 30 Mar 2019
1pm
Free Admission

Immix Ensemble and Chatsworth Community College
Sat 30 Mar 2019
5pm
(Please visit Capstone website for venue and ticket details)

SEASON LISTINGS

Nikki and JD Presents: Knot
Tue 2 Apr 2019
7:30pm
£10 (£8 concessions)

Andrew Poppy – Hoarse Songs, A Cosmic Opera in 10 Scenes
Fri 12 Apr 2019
7:30pm
£11.50

Milapfest presents Swati Dance Company – Half of Me
Sat 13 Apr 2019
7:30pm
£8 (please book at www.milapfest.com)

Court and Spark – The Joni Mitchell Songbook
Fri 26 Apr 2019
7:30pm
£17.60 (£13.50 concessions)

Music For The Mind And Soul: Desai, Sen and Chauhan
Sat 27 Apr 2019
1pm
Free Admission (please book at www.milapfest.com)

Allerton Brass: Galaxies
Sat 4 May 2019
7:30pm
£10 (£8 concessions) (call 07752 678 224 to book tickets)

Liverpool Jazz presents Jeremy Sassoon’s Ray Charles Project
Sat 11 May 2019
7:30pm
£22

Liverpool Mozart Orchestra: Drum Roll
Sat 18 May 2019
7:30pm (pre-concert talk at 6:45pm)
Adult £15, Senior Citizen £13.50, Student 17+ £5, Student 16 and under Free

Music For The Mind And Soul: Murad Ali and Kousic Sen
Sun 19 May 2019
1pm
Free Admission (please book at www.milapfest.com)

John Etheridge’s Sweet Chorus
Fri 24 May 2019
7:30pm
£15

HOW TO BOOK

Tickets are available by calling TicketQuarter on 0344 8000 410* online at www.ticketquarter.co.uk* or in person at Ticket Quarter Box Office, M&S Bank Arena, Kings Dock, Liverpool.

*A handling fee of £2.25 per transaction applies when paying with a debit/credit card. There are no handling fees for cash bookings at the TicketQuarter Box Office

A Box Office will be available at the venue on the evening of events, provided there are tickets still available. The evening Box Office normally opens 30 minutes before the start of an event.

VENUE INFORMATION

The Capstone TheatreShaw Street,
Liverpool
L6 1HP
For more information, please visit www.thecapstonetheatre.com or contact capstone@hope.ac.uk