YNWA – LET’S TALK ABOUT SIX…BABY
You’ll Never Walk Alone, the show all about Liverpool Football Club and its history is back and is better than ever before. A lot has happened at the club since the show was last on our main stage at the theatre in 2017, the lifting of the number six in Madrid, a premier league title, a World Club Championship, a League Cup and a FA Cup win. Who wouldn’t want to come and spend a night at the Royal Court to celebrate all the greatest achievements of one of the best football clubs in the world?
“YNWA takes you on a journey through 125 years of footballing history. From the Founding Fathers then two World Wars, through to the dark days of the second division and the glory round the fields of Anfield Road. We witness the triumphs, the tragedies, the heroes and legends.
From JK Houlding to Jurgen Klopp, Rome to Madrid, this show will tell you an unrivalled football story. The Official History of Liverpool Football Club”.
“Perfect” – 10/10 Liverpool Echo
“Nicky Allt manages to capture what it is to be a Liverpool fan” – 4 stars Liverpool Post
“No matter how much you know about Liverpool, I’d strongly advise that you go and see it.” – This Is Anfield
We are happy to see most of the original cast return, Jake Abraham, Lindzi Germain, Ben Gladwin, Adam Keast, Mark Moraghan, Daniel Ross and Lenny Wood as well as 2 new cast members, Matt Connor and Lydia Morales-Scully.
Writer Nicky Alt says:
“We’re back again… to sing our songs, chant our chants and pay homage to our football team in Red, our fans and the great times we’ve had of recent under Mr Jurgen Klopp. He is, for me, the best football manager on the planet and we would all love him to pop in and see the Story of the Club he has managed so well. Well, we’ll just have to wait and see! While I’m on, a last hurrah is needed, because since our last show we’ve lost many of our greatest legends so here is a chance to say a grand farewell to Sir Roger Hunt, Ian St John, Tommy Smith, Tommy Lawrence and Ray Clemence, who all left us in the last few years. What legends they are and… always will be.
Here we go… Its 2022, another football season awaits, and more stories of those fantastic Red Jerseys need to be told on the Royal Court stage so, without further to do, on with the show.”