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Following the extension of the lockdown period, Liverpool’s Royal Court will be postponing the run of YNWA Let’s Talk about Six Baby until next year. The new dates for the show will be 23 April to 22 May 2021.
YNWA – Let’s Talk About Six Baby tells the story of one of the World’s most famous football clubs and has been written by one of its biggest fans. It uses the songs from the terraces supported with video footage of all of the great LFC moments.
Having wowed audiences in Liverpool, Dublin and Belfast the show has been re-written to include all of the silverware that has been showered upon Jurgen Klopp’s mentality monsters over the last two years.
Ticketholders will receive an email today with the new date of their performance. Their tickets will still be valid for the new date so if they are available then they won’t need to do anything. They can contact boxoffice@royalcourtliverpool.
Email is a much better way to contact the Box Office than by telephone at the moment as all of the Box Office staff are working from home.
The next scheduled show is Mam I’m ‘Ere in July and the theatre will make a decision on whether that will go ahead at the end of this lockdown extension in three weeks’ time.
The tickets for the Royal Court’s Christmas show will go on sale on sale once lockdown is over and all of the staff are back in the building.
Kevin Fearon, Executive Producer at Liverpool’s Royal Court said: “All of the customers that we have spoken to over the last few weeks have been brilliant so we would like to thank them for their understanding and support. We love working at The Royal Court as much as the audiences enjoy coming here and we will be back open once all of this has blown over. We want to open up as soon as we can but the most important thing is the good health of everyone, both staff and audiences, so we will wait as long as we need to until that is secured.”
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