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Oh Come ’Ed Ye Faithful! The gang are back for 7567 and this year they are taking on THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD! Get your laughing gear warmed up, get your glad-rags on and get down to Rawhide! 75th Anniversary Production ABD Productions’ award winning Her Benny is coming to Liverpool’s Royal Court. Dave Kirby (Lost Soul, Brick up the Mersey Tunnels, Reds & Blues, Dreaming of a Barry White Christmas, Brick Up 7 the wrath of Ann A brand new musical based on The Liver Birds by Carla Lane and Myra Taylor Ukranian playwright  Natal'ya Vorozhbit 's play follows different woman during wartime. They range from journalists on the frontline of war, to teenage girls who wait for sldiers on the beackes, to a medic who is mourning her lover killed in action.

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It is a heart-breaking, but powerful and comic account of what being a woman during war is really like. Natal’ya Vorozhbit is the leading Ukrainian playwright whose work at the Royal Court includes  The Khomenko Family Chronicles, and  Maidan Diaries. Vicky Featherstone is the artistic director of the Royal Court Theatre, and her productions include  X, How To Hold Your Breath, God Bless the Child and Maidan Diaries. Theatre’s artistic director says code is only a starting point and says everyone in the industry knew abuse was happening and accepted itTheatre’s artistic director says code is only a starting point and says everyone in the industry knew abuse was happening and accepted itTheatre’s artistic director says code is only a starting point and says everyone in the industry knew abuse was happening and accepted itA theatre industry code of behaviour to prevent sexual harassment and abuses of power. It said the code should be seen as “an offering, a provocation, a hope for culture change” after the blizzard of disturbing abuse allegations that have followed the exposure of Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein. Royal Court Theatre: Rebrand We developed a new brand identity for the Royal Court, reasserting its position at the edge of theatre.

Finding new ways to play on the edge Re-energising the brandEarning a solid reputation for boundary-pushing isn't easy. But sustaining one is harder. Like sharks, brands with bite can't afford to stop moving or they face certain death. When a brand has Royal Court levels of heritage it can often find itself tempted to get nostalgic preserve and restore. But commendably our brief was bolder — show the world that we've always been playing on the edge, confirm who we are, but help us push into the future. We were invited to embrace 'paradox', 'anarchy' and even a 'no logo' attitude towards the exercise. We accepted gladly.

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Our early research highlighted the iconic significance of the Royal Court's front of house presence, its 'Royal Court' letters staring defiantly out into Sloane Square from the balcony. This destructive spirit got the ball rolling. We wanted to see it running amok over and beyond edges, teleporting itself from A to B, to Z, to Q, to R without apologising once along the way. Goats  is the major new play by Syrian playwright and filmmaker Liwaa Yazji, and is set in a small Syrian town where , soldiers are celebrated as heroes and grieving families are nourished on propaganda. The local party leader decides on a radical compensation scheme: a goat for each son martyred. “Has anyone ever told the truth?

Has anyone ever demanded it? Does anyone want it? Does anyone even need it? Liwaa Yazji's other theatre work includes  Here in the Park and Q Q. She was born in moscow and grew up in Damascus. This business has not yet been claimed by the owner or a representative. Claim this business to view business statistics, receive messages from prospective customers, and respond to reviews.

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