The Everyman is committed to brilliant, forward-thinking theatre that responds to its time and place. Their mission is to dazzle and inspire, reflect the aspirations and concerns of their audiences and fuel civic pride, they hope to ignite the imagination, explore what it is to be human and exceed expectation.
The Theatre came from humble beginnings. The building was first built in 1837 as a chapel. By 1912 it had become Hope Hall Cinema and it stayed that way until 1963. By 1975 the theatre was closed, but was rebuilt and re-opened in September 1977.
During the 70’s and 80’s the venue hosted plays, musicals and concerts that saw the likes of Shirley Valentine, Bill Nighy, Pete Postltethwaite, and a certain John, Paul George and Ringo…
The theatre is now managed together with Liverpool Playhouse by Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust. Since 2004 the two theatres have worked to an integrated programme run by their artistic director and their executive director. Together they are registered as a charity known as Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust Limited.
Their Company encompasses a wide range of skills and expertise with full and part time roles in production, programming, technical, artist development, outreach, learning, marketing, sales, customer care, fundraising, administration and finance. Get in touch with them at any time.