CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020 but restrictions were lifted on 19th July 2021 with venues free to run shows to full capacity audiences after that though there are still issues with company members being forced to self-isolate on being 'pinged'. In September it is possible that a COVID vaccination certificate (or exemption) may be mandated for entry. Please note that iUKTDb archive listings between March 2020 and July 2021 may not be accurate as we did not receive details of all rescheduled and cancelled shows.
Mayor Clot has been assassinated. Contract killer Macheath has just married Pretty Polly and they plan to escape to a better world - but they aren't going anywhere. Not if pickled pilchard, hair gel and concrete tycoon Les Peachum and his wife have anything to do with it. See, they aren't happy with their daughter marrying Macheath. Not one bit. Before the day is out Macheath will face the hangman's noose and much more besides. All the while, the dogs are howling, the pier is creaking, the babes are crying, the concrete is cracking and the truth won't stay hidden for much longer...Performers Rita Fatania (Mrs Peachum), James Gow (Musician/Mac's Gang), Angela Hardie (Polly Peachum), Martin Hyder (Les Peachum), Giles King (Colin Lockit), Patrycja Kujawska (Widow Goodman), Lucy Rivers (Widow Goodman), Dominic Marsh (Macheath), Justin Radford (Musician/Mac's Gang), Ian Ross (Musician/Mayor Goodman/Mac's Gang), Beverley Rudd (Lucy Lockitt), Jack Shalloo (Filch), Sarah Wright (Punch Puppeteer/Mac's Gang).
Author Carl Grose. Music Charles Hazlewood. Company Kneehigh. Presented by Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse. Director Mike Shepherd. Design Michael Vale. Lighting Malcolm Rippeth. Choreographer Etta Murfitt. Director Etta Murfitt (assistant director). Musical Director Ian Ros (associate music director). Director Sarah Wright (puppet director).
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