CIVICS brings together a significant number of works by renowned visual and performance artist André Stitt including work based on several research trips to Skelmersdale. Runs 26th Oct 2017- 26th April 2018.
If you’re a fan of musical theatre or just fancy something different on a cold January Saturday night in Ormskirk, come in and feel the warmth of the stage lights and the red-hot talent Edge Hill Musical Theatre Society has on offer and we promise you’ll have a wonderful evening!
In this informal and wide-ranging talk, Graham Massey, champion of Acid House and founder of 808 State and Richard Witts, post-punk pioneer of The Passage, consider the post-punk scene - and what has followed it.
Elf Lyons, an award-winning comedian and clown from London. The giraffe-limbed raconteur brings us her most exciting stand-up show yet. Think big. Think weird. Mathew Bourne would be proud. It's going to be fun. And sexy.
Multi award-winning Theatre Ad Infinitum return with their hit show. Experience a journey of life, death and enduring love. ‘A poignant portrayal of a life-long love affair, a masterclass in theatricality’ What’s On Stage
Written and performed by Racheal Ofori, So Many Reasons is a story about the unique influence our mothers have on how we understand the world, from the perspective of a first generation British Ghanaian woman.
For the first time ever in England, Alan Bissett presents a double-bill of his rip-roaring 'one woman shows' The Moira MONOLOGUES and its sequel (MORE) MOIRA MONOLOGUES, winner of a prestigious Fringe First award at Edinburgh in 2017.
Akademi’s new physical dance work tells a gripping wartime story of love and loss. Marking the centenary of World War I, choreographer Gary Clarke unfolds the poignant narrative through dance, music and silent film.
Featuring three dance pieces, which use engaging and athletic choreography to explore human and personal issues, 10 showcases Company Chameleon’s trademark style of creating socially relevant dance theatre that is powerful and original.
Broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre, London, and starring Ben Whishaw (The Danish Girl), Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones), David Calder (The Lost City of Z) and David Morrissey (The Walking Dead).
Shakespeare’s most intense and terrifying tragedy, directed by Rufus Norris (London Road. Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.