The Guide Liverpool Fringe – Full Festival line-up
The Guide Liverpool Fringe Festival 2018 gets underway on June 3rd. Check out the full line-up for the event below.
Ugly Bucket Theatre
Frederik’s Hope Street; 7th June, 18:00 & 20:30; Tickets: £5
Everyone says that university is the best three years of your life! So what happens next?
Based on true experiences told by graduates, join three clowns as they leave student life behind in an explosion of energy, honesty, dance, movement, techno, and plain silliness.
Buy Tickets 7th June (18:00) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439831
Buy Tickets 7th June (20:30) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439831
Fluid Present Pick ‘n’ Mix
Allstars Casting ( Gender Fluid )
Casa Hope Street, 11th June; 17:00; Tickets: £7 & £5 (unwaged/OAPs/Students)
“Laughter and tears. Love and hate. Highs and lows. Calm and chaos. Fringe fears and Fringe frivolity. A cornucopia of delights – all in one night! Intrigued? Come and see Liverpool’s newest talent…”
George Melling (Th’Owd Chap) with Ar Sharon – & Special Guests LiveKennedys
Thunder’s Mouth Theatre
The Pilgrim; 9th & 16th June; 18:30 & 20:00; Tickets: Pay What you Feel
George Melling, pensioner performance poet and storyteller shares his powerful insights into the human condition with a smidgen of bare-faced cheek, along with spoken-word artist, eclectic storyteller Sharon Lowe. Special guests LiveKennedys (Flloyd and Roderick) perform traditional and modern folk with a touch of clown.
Book Tickets 9th June (18:30) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439833
Book Tickets 9th June (20:00) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439834
Book Tickets 16th June (18:30) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439836
Book Tickets 16th June (20:00) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439835
81 Renshaw Street, 5th June, 21:00; Tickets: £6
A small community radio manages to get a big time interview. When they receive a call that he will be half an hour early panic ensues.
Buy Tickets – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439837
Hans and His Magical Wheel of Tales
The Rhubarb and Custard Theatre Company
The Bombed Out Church; 2nd & 3rd June, 12:30 & 14:30; Tickets £2 or £5 family ticket (2 adults, 2 children)
Hans and his magical wheel of tales invites you to join him on his adventures through his most famous stories! He needs your help in finding a Princess for Prince Olaf, defeating the goblins with the Tin Soldier and finding a home for Thumbelina!
King of The World by Brian Coyle
81 Renshaw Street; 6th & 7th June, 19:30; Tickets: £5 or £6 special deal with the twin play that evening.
“What happens when a man with an enormous thirst for power, but a brittle ego is made King of the World? Told from the perspective of three of his lowliest subjects, in this dark comedy it seems even with unlimited power he’s still not satisfied.”
Buy Tickets 6th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439838
Buy Tickets 7th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439839
Opened Box by Merv Jones
Go Go Entertainment
The Caledonia; 13th-16th June, 20:00; Tickets £7
Eight Stories-Three Voices: Short tales that include Love, life, grown-up games, cult legends, stolen birds and stubborn Evertonions.
Written and directed by Merv Jones
Pub Quiz by Chris Daley
The Jacaranda; 5th & 6th June, 19:30; Tickets: £4.50
A pub quiz team’s night is shattered when a previous member unexpectedly joins their team bringing along his new girlfriend. Over pints and pettiness, fights and frenzy, the team have to find a way to work together in order to win the ultimate prize.
Book tickets June 5th – www.wegottickets.com/event/440231
Book tickets June 6th – www.wegottickets.com/event/440232
‘TIME’ showcased by Art Clinic
Central Library; 16th June, 19:00; Tickets: £7
The Art Clinic Liverpool present an evening of poetry, prose and dramatic considerations on the topic of Time. This showcase will raise money to support the work of Liverpool Sunflower Cancer Care Centre.
The Netherley Mystery Plays
Valley Theatre; 9th & 10th June, 13:00; Tickets: Pay What You Think
A series of short mystery plays based upon stories from the bible and performed in an entertaining fashion as part of the Liverpool Fringe at The Valley Theatre.
Mystery plays are amongst the earliest formally developed plays in Medieval Europe.
The plays focus on the representation of stories from the bible, with suitable subjects such as The Creation, The Flood, Noah’s Ark, Cain and Abel, as well as stories from the New Testament -all delivered in a knockabout fashion!
Book Tickets 9th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439839
Book Tickets 10th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439841
The Netherley Modern Mystery Plays
Valley Theatre; 16th & 17th June, 19:30; Tickets: £5/£4
The Netherley Mystery Plays Project continues with modern interpretations of typical bible stories by local writers, putting a contemporary twist to the traditional tales and setting them in the present time.
Buy Tickets 16th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439862
Buy Tickets 17th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439864
The Plumbing by Franki Le-Voguer
Bespectacled Theatre Company
The Casa; 14th, 15th & 16th June, 19:30; Tickets: £7/£6
Vera knows too much about sex. Will doesn’t know enough. Two lifelong friends share their weird, wonderful and downright ridiculous sexual experiences over a cuppa or two. This raucous comedy ultimately asks us – how much do we really learn growing up?
Buy tickets: www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/243686
Tinderella: an adult pantomime by David Jeffery, Louise Gregson & Paul Arends
Frederiks Hope Street, 6th & 13th June, 21:00; Tickets: £5
This is the story of Tinderella on the hunt for a sexy fella. She bags a date in Wetherspoons with Z-list celeb Spencer Matthews: will she get a happy ending? Panto, but not for kids.
Buy Tickets 6th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439755
Buy Tickets 13th June – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439830
Unanswered Questions by Times of 13
Times of 13
81 Renshaw Street; 13th & 14th June, 19:30; Tickets: £5
Unanswered Questions, is a collection of short comedy performances, aiming to answer some important cultural questions. We offer you humour and resolution, but most importantly answers.
Buy Tickets (13th June) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439867
Buy Tickets (14th June) – https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439868
Make it Write
The Hope Street Theatre; 15th & 16th June; 19:30; Tickets: £11/£9 (concession)
Four very different plays in one evening celebrating the spirit of strong women. Ranging from a passionate need to confront the past, a novel way of tackling terminal illness, rising above cruelty and poverty and a mother’s harrowing relationship with her highly-dangerous son.
Buy tickets – ticketquarter.co.uk
Yes! Because…by Flloyd Kennedy
Thunder Mouth Theatre
The Jacaranda; 3rd June, 15:00, 4th June, 19:00; Pay What you Think
Celebrate the seven ages of woman with stories, songs and sonnets. Part cabaret, part theatre and all heart, June Bloom might be getting on, but she’s not going quietly! “not-to-be-missed poetic, charming and unique piece of theatre – a real gem” *****
Buy tickets 3rd June – www.wegottickets.com/event/440235
Buy tickets 4th June – www.wegottickets.com/event/440236