13 Hope Street | Liverpool L1 9BH
Phone: 0151 708 3700
The Everyman Theatre is one of the most prestigious venues on the Liverpool theatre scene, with a full programme of ground-breaking productions throughout the year. The Everyman started building its reputation in 1964 in Hope Hall, in an area of Liverpool known for its bohemian environment and political edge. Since then dozens of up and coming stars have graced the stage here, including Julie Walters, Alison Steadman, Bill Nighy and Neil Morrissey, who all performed here during their formative years.
In 2000, the Everyman Theatre joined forces with the Liverpool Playhouse to form the Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust and in recent years the theatre has undergone a radical transformation after two years of construction. The newly renovated Everyman reopened in March 2014 with a joyous production of Shakespeare's Twelth Night which began a new era of theatre at the venue.
One of the best additions to the new-look Everyman is the cosy basement bistro — the perfect place to eat and drink before the show. The bistro serves good, honest food and the delicious menu regularly changes to reflect the season.
Tickets can be bought online or over the phone — call the Everyman box office on 0151 709 4776. Just remember that once purchased, tickets are non-refundable.
Keep an eye on our listings for what's on at the Everyman Theatre and other theatres in Liverpool. [Laura Maclean]