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The Miracle Of Great Homer Street - A Story of Saints and Winners

Published on 19 June 2018

We took a bit of a gamble bringing Gerry Linford’s highly commended (Hope Playwriting Prize) script on our stage. It was a gamble that paid off as Father Aherne’s fondness of the odd flutter has been delighting audiences for the past month.  With just under two weeks left to go, we’ve rounded up all the reviews.

The Lowdown Magazine FIVE STARS

“The script is brilliantly written; an instant sign that Gerry Linford is one of the next great playwrights. Both heart-warming and humorous, it’s a story that stays with you long after you’ve left the theatre.”

You can read the full review here.

North West End  FIVE STARS

“This laugh a minute comedy is ideal for scousers, football fans and anyone with a sense of humour.”

You can read the full review here

Liverpool Sound and Vision  9/10

“A tale of morality should always be this much fun, The Miracle of Great Homer Street is one to feel the beauty of temptation and one that you can bet your life on leaving you feeling flush and your heart all a flutter.”

Read the full review here.

Les Dennis

Les Dennis stars as Father Aherne

Liverpool Echo FOUR STARS

“A runner up in last year’s Hope Playwriting Prize, Great Homer Street is a show that delights in defying expectations as Gerry Linford’s warm and witty script isn’t afraid to mix the laughs with a good touch of pathos.”

You can read the full review here.

Wirral Globe  FOUR STARS

“It is an 'odds on' certainty we will be hearing a lot more from Gerry Linford following this impressive Court debut with his funny and moving Mersey morality tale.”

You can read the full review here

Chris High Reviews  FOUR STARS

“The Miracle of Great Homer Street is a fabulously fun night out, which will also provoke a lot of thoughts.”

You can read the full review here

The Stage

“The energy built on laughter fuels extraordinary heat in the morality tale that emerges in the closing scenes – this is comedy with a sting in its tail.

A cleverly constructed and mysterious comedy of football, avarice and redemption”

You can read the full review here.

We’d put a bet on the fact that you will love this show too so book your tickets before it finishes on the 30th June.

Tickets from £17, you can book them here.  For a pre or post-show meal, try the Courtyard Bar & Kitchen next door.

 

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