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We are nearly three weeks into our smash-hit show The Scouse Cinderella and what a three weeks it has been! Critics came from far and wide to review the show last week. Here’s wh
Our smash-hit Christmas show The Scouse Cinderella is tearing up the Royal Court stage this month.  We haven’t even been open for a week and already your comments have been pour

Christmas Comedies at the Court

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Right now that you’ve binned the pumpkins it’s time to think about Christmas! We’ve got a cracker (see what we did there?) of a line-up for you this year. First on the bil

Maggie May: The Reviews

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Poor old Maggie had her heart set on New York but she’s ended up in the Royal Court.  We invited press in to review the show and here’s what they had to say. Chris High Rev
1. Director Bob Eaton is a BIG fan of musicals, pioneering the rock and roll theatre genre with award-winning show Lennon.  According to Bob this has been in the pipeline since L

Ten Years of Terriers

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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If you’ve had a family member in school or been a student yourself, then you’ve probably seen Terriers. For the past ten years a short play called Terriers has been touring

ID Please.

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Bouncers. You either love them or hate ‘em.  They can make or break your night. Can you imagine the stories they could tell and the sights they have seen.  Enough to put o

Bouncers: What The Reviewers Had To Say

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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Bouncers tore up the stage once, albeit a slightly smaller stage in our Studio downstairs.  This time, they’ve been tearing up the main stage.  Read the reviews below. Chr

Meet the Cast Behind Maggie May

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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It’s the age old tale of an Irish girl coming to Liverpool who never leaves. We know the city is famous for its Irish population. In October, Bob Eaton’s brand new musica

Mam! The Reviews Are 'Ere

01 Jan 1970 - 01 Jan 1970

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We’re heading into the final stretch with Mam! I’m ‘Ere which means you have less than two weeks left to come and see it.  We’ve rounded up all the reviews to remind you
1. There’s absolutely no Abba.  At all.  Listen to all of the songs from the show on our Spotify playlist below. 2. You may recognise Director Stephen’s face. He works jus
We took a bit of a gamble bringing Gerry Linford’s highly commended (Hope Playwriting Prize) script on our stage. It was a gamble that paid off as Father Aherne’s fondness of t
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