This year, with the shows being performed on the weekend of St. Patrick’s Day, the 15th-17th March, the case, which will be kept secret until the first night, will have an Irish theme and will be based on true events from an actual case tried in Liverpool.
The exciting courtroom drama is brought to life by history specialist theatre company Lovehistory – the creative minds behind The Catacombs of Liverpool’s Darkest History Tours and Murder at St George’s Hall Series.
Trial By Jury is a brand new interactive courtroom theatre experience where audiences play a pivotal role and decide the fate of those on trial.
This exciting new production from Lovehistory, the creative minds behind The Catacombs of Liverpool’s Darkest History Tours and Murder at St. George’s Hall Series comes to St. George’s Hall on Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd April, as part of a special programme of events for World Heritage Month.
For all amateur sleuths and those who have ever imagined themselves in the midst of a gritty courtroom drama, this is the perfect opportunity to put those skills to the test – with all details taken from a real-life court case.
Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *
It is within the sound of silence that the deafening roar of appreciation can be felt, that the music of arguably the greatest Folk duo to ever come out of America can, even in the splendour of the grand and majestic, gain the type of standing ovation which would normally only be reserved for the gods and the honest bounty hunter bringing home the distinguished and the well known.
The team who brought Russian soprano Ekaterina Lekhina to St. George’s Hall last year, are now appealing to a new generation of opera fans by bringing Metropolitan Opera baritone, Yunpeng Wang, to the city for his British debut later this month.
GuliAnd Management present Evergreen Melodies featuring rising opera star, the Plácido Domingo’s Operalia awarded Yunpeng Wang accompanied by David Walters and special guest the celebrated soprano Ingrid Kertesi on Sunday 24th January 2016.
Fans of celebrated photographer Mike McCartney will be excited to learn they can now buy signed prints from his new exhibition: Mike McCartney Luvs St George’s Hall!
The talented snapper recently opened his new exhibition which has the iconic venue as the main focus and features 60 fascinating images spanning more than half a century – from the 1960s through to the present day.
All of the images have been taken by self-taught photographer Mike, featuring lots of famous faces from Tina Malone to Claire Sweeney and shots from the Merseybeat era and his days in the 1960s band The Scaffold, alongside a selection of his favourite shots of the stunning Grade I Listed building, such as the stunning Minton tiled floor.
The increasingly popular theatrical Catacombs tours of St. George’s Hall Liverpool return by popular demand in June with new darker stories.
This is the fourth series of Catacombs stories and follows a successful sell-out run earlier this year.
Visitors to St. George’s Hall Liverpool in June will experience The Catacombs Of Liverpool’s Darkest History – peeling back the layers of yesteryear to reveal what lies within the heart of Liverpool’s most celebrated building.
The new tours will run for six consecutive days between Monday 15th June and Saturday 20th June, and for the first time will feature five tours each evening at 6.00pm, 6.45pm, 7.30pm, 8.15pm and 9.00pm. Tickets are priced at £15 per person per tour.
Liverpool’s St George’s Hall have announced the return of the popular Catacombs Tours from Monday 16th – Saturday 21st March, exploring the darker heart of Liverpool’s most celebrated and historic building. The theatrical events sent chills down the spine of thousands of people who attended the two runs of tours last year. Tickets are now on sale and should sell fast.
Theatrical company Lovehistory Ltd. are set to return with a whole host of actors portraying new characters and new stories from Liverpool’s murderous past. Experience The Catacombs of Liverpool’s Darkest History and peel back the layers of yesteryear to reveal what lies within the heart of St. George’s Hall’s dark past.
The Great Hall within Liverpool’s St George’s Hall will once again be filled with live classical music on Saturday 17th May in the third concert in the series for Organ and Orchestra.
The St George’s Hall orchestra-in-residence L ’Orchestra dell’Arte, are this season, bringing three concerts under the musical direction of their conductor Edward Peak. Edward is widely known to music lovers in the region from his career with the R.L.P.O and B.B.C.
The Great Hall within Liverpool’s St George’s Hall will once again be filled with live classical music on Sunday 23rd March in the second concert of the series for Organ and Orchestra.
St George’s Hall now hosts its own orchestra-in-residence L’ Orchestra dell’Arte who this season are bringing three concerts under the musical direction of their conductor Edward Peak. Edward is widely known to music lovers in the region from his career with the R.L.P.O. and B.B.C.
Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10
The sound of the Last Post forever plays each night as the sun goes down over a French field, paid for by a man who lost his son to a futile, inexcusable war and who signed a parchment called Common Form there by exonerating the Army and The Government for any injuries or deaths that might occur to those too young or seen to be too disabled once they got to the trenches.