The Everyman Theatre on Hope Street, in Liverpool's Georgian Quarter is a 'reincarnation' of the original 400-seat theatre, founded in 1964, that's now an exceptionally green and accessible place to visit.
Marked by an iconic red 'everyman' sign, the theatre is noticeable for it's unique public art; decorating the exterior of the building with 105 portraits of people from across Merseyside.
The Everyman Theatre has a history of providing Liverpool with revolutionary and ground-breaking theatre, it's position in Liverpool was once known for its' bohemian environnent and political edge.
The range of talent to emerge from the Everyman includes Julie Walters, Bernard Hill, Jonathan Pryce, Pete Postlethwaite, Alison Steadman, Antony Sher, Bill Nighy, Alan Bleasdale, Willy Russell, Barbara Dickson, Matthew Kelly, Cathy Tyson, David Morrissey, Stephen Graham and the Liverpool Poets.
Its sister theatre is the Playhouse in Williamson Square and together offers a programme of home grown work and the best in touring theatre.
- Disabled Access
- Facility for service dogs
- Licensed Bar
Children & Infants
- Child Friendly
- Conference facilities
- In town/city centre
Map & Directions
If you’re driving, then use L1 9BH in your satnav to find the theatre, and ask the Box Office for details on where to park.
Public Transport Directions
TRAVELLING BY BUS
The Citylink circular (CL) bus runs every 12 minutes during the daytime and into the early evening, every day, around Liverpool city centre and stops right outside The Everyman.
The following buses stop on Myrtle Street, just off Hope Street:
75, 80, 80A, 86, 86A, 86C, 139, 173
The following buses stop on Brownlow Hill, a 5 minute walk away:
6, 7, 7A, 14, 61, 79, 79C and 79D
If you’re not on one of these routes, catch any bus into the city centre and jump on any of the above buses from various bus stops and bus stations in the city centre.
TRAVELLING BY TRAIN
Catch a Northern Line or Wirral Line train to Liverpool Central station. From there, it’s a 10 minute walk to The Everyman.
Catch a City Line or mainline train to Liverpool Lime Street station. From there, it’s a 10 minute walk to The Everyman.
- Regional Awards Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2015 - WINNER 2015
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