Boisterous Theatre Company is the only theatre company in Liverpool specifically dedicated to BAME communities. We hope it will bring in people from all races to the theatre, helping us truly become a theatre for all the people of Liverpool.
Set up by Royal Court veterans Miriam Mussa and Maurice Bessman, the company will showcase the work of actors, writers, creatives and producers and create opportunities for Liverpool’s diverse communities.
Diversity in the cultural sector is a hotly debated topic by artists and organisations across the sector, therefore with backing from the Royal Court, Boisterous began.
After a hugely successful run of it’s first production, an adaptation of Bouncers by John Godber, Miriam and Maurice are planning the next production. Watch this space.
Read Chris High’s interview with Maurice here.
31 May – 8 June, Studio, Liverpool’s Royal Court
Ever been in a situation that has got out of hand?
Leila and Nathan are living by their principles and on the breadline. Ritchie’s the big man with the money but Patsy wants more. Kelly’s after the high life and Peter’s left counting the cost.
Set in Liverpool amid business, debts and designer dresses. The story of three sisters and their partners who can’t communicate and risk losing it all. Women talk to women and men talk to men. Maybe if they talked to each other they wouldn’t be so misunderstood?
Following the success of Bouncers, Boisterous have combined with Positive Impact for their first show of 2019. Barbara Phillips’ play is full of original music, comedy, intrigue and deception…
Book your tickets here.