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Year: 2021

Yearly Archives: 2021
Performances cancelled until 4 January Covid has struck again As a part of our Covid precautions we test our cast, crew and staff every day. Unfortunately we had a number of

Macca & Beth – Change Of Dates

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Due to the uncertainty around a possible lockdown in January we are moving all performances of Macca & Beth from January & February 2022 to April & May 2022. We have

Culture Recovery Fund Boost

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Liverpool’s Royal Court to receive £340,000 from third round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund   Liverpool’s Royal Court among 925 recipients to benefit fro
First of all, the bad news. Four of the cast of The Scouse Sleeping Beauty have tested positive for Coronavirus this week. That means we won’t be able to run the full version
What’s Going On Backstage? Our Technical Director Sean Gannon and Assistant Producer Clare Carlucci recently visited The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford Upon Avon. T
The Royal Court is well known for its shows that are full of humour and keep the audience laughing. We have a great line up of comedians in our great studio space waiting to make y
Strategic consultant, Board Trustee, campaigner and a leader of transformational change in multiple organisations, Bushra Ahmed, also known as activist West Croydon Voice, has beco

Social Distance - Choice For All

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Following the government announcement that Social Distancing restrictions will be lifted from next Monday (19 July), Liverpool’s Royal Court has decided to take the following ste

Vernons Pools & The Vernons Girls

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Liverpool and Football go hand in hand and for many years Liverpool was also synonymous with the Football Pools. Started in 1923, Littlewoods pools meant that thousands of working

The Nabe – A Search For A Home

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Liverpool’s new youth, community and performing arts centre loses their new premises This week, a brand new centre designed to bring youth, community and the performing arts t
Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool’s Royal Court and Unity’s statement on the Government’s proposed funding cuts to arts subjects at Higher Education level. The
Great News On Good Friday Today Liverpool's Royal Court is delighted to announce a further £340,000 from Arts Council England as a part of their Culture Recovery Fund. This is hu
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