Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse has announced the rescheduling of a number of shows which were due to take place this spring and summer until the Coronavirus pandemic.
Dial M for Murder, starring Tom Chambers and Samantha Womack, will now be staged at the Playhouse from January 26-30 2021.
Children’s show Zog has moved dates and will be performed from October 15-17 this year.
And two one-night shows – Adam Buxton and Al Murray – have moved to October 10 and November 30 respectively.
Sadly The Three Musketeers, which was originally due to come to the Playhouse in the last week of April, has not been able to be rescheduled and the run has been cancelled, as has Art Spiegelman in Conversation.
Discussions are still ongoing regarding other events including YEP’s Macbeth at the Everyman, The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff, Shandyland, Roar and visits by Ed Byrne and Clive Anderson.
Full details, along with options for those who had already booked tickets, are available on the website HERE