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Our Previous Performances

"Funny, poignant, moving."

David Prentice, Liverpool Echo's Head of Sport

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The Grand Old Lady

Sponsored by Everton F.C.

Since 1787 the Everton Lock-up has stood at the peak of Everton Brow. There is a rich history and many untold stories attached to this small tower and Goodison Park. Tonight, they are about to unfold… 


Celebrating one hundred and twenty-five years at Goodison Park, Everton FC has organised an event outside the Lock-Up to promote the anticipated move to Bramley Moore Dock. Two Evertonians, Jamie and Robbo barge their way through the crowd and barricade themselves inside the Lock-up in protest. 


A heavy storm breaks out and the crowd along with the media people disperse. Inside the Lock-Up, Jamie informs Robbo his goal is to search for Prince Rupert’s gold that he believes is buried underground. He intends to use the gold to renovate his beloved Goodison Park. Robbo reluctantly agrees to join him on this crusade. They stumble upon the secret tunnel and unwittingly release the ghosts of Everton’s past… Dixie Dean… Molly Bushell… Prince Rupert… Bessie Braddock… 

Jamie and Robbo listen in awe as each ghost reveals remarkable stories of love, triumph and magical nights at Goodison Park. 


Through each ghost, they are taken on a historical journey, discovering what really lies under their feet and the true meaning of being inside the heart of Everton’s badge. 

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Ball of Fire

Experience the life and times of the great Alan Ball, beautifully played out through a dramatization that recounts his early struggles on the road to becoming a professional footballer. Ex-Everton legend Ronny Goodlass poetically narrates the play tracing every step of Alan's journey, performed by a talented cast that will keep you captivated throughout. 

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The Hoodie and the High Rip Gang

It's inner city Liverpool during the 2011 riots and local ‘Hoodie’ Tommo has landed himself in deep trouble for a crime he didn’t commit. He needs to escape from Liverpool and finds himself the guinea pig of his friend’s Virtual Reality invention and is transported a 100 years back to urban Liverpool, right into the heart of the 1911 riots.


He experiences the poverty and deprivation of his ancestors and also the dangers of life in Victorian times…


This is a historical story of love and redemption witnessed through the eyes of a Hoodie.

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