Toast

Summer may be over, but there’s still plenty of sunshine on the way with September’s must see theatre shows!

Toast

Liverpool Playhouse Theatre
Tuesday 10th – Saturday 14th September 2019

The Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse’s Autumn/Winter season opens with Nigel Slater’s Toast. A tale of love and loss, stories of Slater’s childhood are recalled through tastes, smells and of course, toast.

Blood Brothers

Liverpool Empire Theatre
Tuesday 3rd – Saturday 14th September 2019

Willy Russell’s legendary musical Blood Brothers returns to Liverpool this September. This moving story has captivated audiences for decades and is back at the Liverpool Empire Theatre for two weeks only. Telling the story of twins separated at birth, follow the brothers on their journeys as they meet once again, unaware of their past and what lies ahead for them.

The Menlove Avenue Murder Mystery

Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool
Friday 30th August – Saturday 21st September 2019

Gerry Linford (Yellow Breck Road, The Miracle of Great Homer Street) returns with his new comedy The Menlove Avenue Murder Mystery. Starring Paul Duckworth, Pauline Fleming, Gillian Hardie and many more, join Eddie and co on their hilarious investigations into the strange happenings next door.

Motown: The Musical

Liverpool Empire Theatre
Tuesday 17th – Saturday 28th September 2019

From The Supremes to Stevie Wonder, to The Temptations and Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, the music of Motown is beloved by generations of fans. Motown: The Musical tells the story of Motown Records, the man who fought to create something more than just a Record Label and features the music from iconic artists that you know and love.

Little Miss Sunshine

Liverpool Playhouse Theatre
Tuesday 24th – Saturday 28th September 2019

Based on the Oscar winning film, Little Miss Sunshine returns as a new musical comedy this September. Created by Tony award winners James Lapine and William Finn, follow The Hoover Family as they travel 800-miles to California on a road trip they will never forget.

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