The Everyman Theatre, Liverpool was opened in 1961 showing a range of classical films including Walt Disney’s Fantasia and Pollyanna, whilst a programme of stage plays etc. were organised. It was then substantially rebuilt in 1977 through the efforts of Alan Durband and General Manager John Gardner, who acted as fund-raisers.
During the 1970s the Theatre enjoyed a celebrated period with Willy Russell writing a number of plays for the Everyman including the Beatles-inspired musical John, Paul, George and...Bert and Shirley Valentine. Actors who started their careers with the Everyman included Jonathan Pryce, Bill Nighy, Pete Postlethwaite and Julie Walters.
Liverpool Everyman Theatre Seating plan
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