Psychic Sally: 10 Year Anniversary Tour

As one of television’s most famous psychic’s celebrates he 10 year anniversary tour, Psychic Sally is keen to remind people that “there’s no such thing as a coincidence”. Perhaps more so is the ‘coincidence’ that most of those who stood to receive a message were quick to add that this was the second or third…

Assassins

As a nation, the United States of America affords its citizens certain constitutional freedoms; each citizen is born equal to every other, and as such has the potential to one day become president of their nation. Equally –and controversially- citizens have the right to bear arms. It is therefore equally as plausible that all citizens…

Two

For centuries public houses have been places the weary can find shelter and the lonely find company; even if that company happens to be in a glass. Two is the story of such a pub. We are quickly introduced to the landlord and landlady (played by Jake Ryan and Rachael Reason), and come to learn…

Man on the Moon

Books have for centuries, meant different things to different people. They are a source of information, an opportunity for solace, or perhaps a way to escape. For Keisha however they are love letters; a means of communication between her and her estranged father. A man of many names and versions of himself; she wonders if…

The Wheel is for Turning

Seán Fitzsimmons explains why reinvention is very much a circular argument. For many, the initial challenges of finding a gap in the market; creating a product and successfully bringing it to market are enough to discourage them from entering the world of business. Yet these trials are very much the first of an uphill climb…

Craig Lomax Art

The Northwest’s answer to Tom Finland; gay sketch artist, Craig Lomax talks about how his art helped him cope with bullying, ease his stammering and come to appreciate the male form. We had arranged to meet in a coffee shop in Liverpool City centre for the interview. When I arrive Craig is already sat, as…

Romeo & Juliet

As the Everyman Theatre’s Company presents its fifth and final offering of the season, it is safe to say that this is a series that has gone from strength-to-strength. Since February this year, this skilled group of artists has took us through a journey of music, comedy and dance. Finally concluding with Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo &…

Secrets – The Musical

Set in Liverpool, 2017, Mersey Entertainment Agency is faced with a double-edged sword. The request to organise a show for an millionaire’s birthday party is as exciting a prospect, as it is fraught with danger.  As owner of the Agency, Larry (John McGrellis), continues to be at the mercy of ‘Metal Mick’ (Danny Taylor), he…

The Sum

Edgy, relevant and emotive – this play could not be more relevant if it tried! The Everyman Company continue to go from strength-to-strength as they present the fourth piece in their series of five. Following the success of The Story Giant, these highly-skilled actors bring an exceptional mix of drama, music and dance in The…

Jack of All Trades

Seán Fitzsimmons discusses why wearing more than one hat, will do more than keep your head warm. There is a well quoted phrase; ‘Jack of all trades, master of none’ that is often used regarding those who report to be skilled in several, different areas. It is a presumptuous phrase but nonetheless, it is quite…