Blackridge set to debut at Hope Street Theatre in Liverpool

This March City Theatre in Liverpool is presenting Blackridge, a powerful and thought-provoking new play set in a girls’ youth detention centre.

The gritty production will take centre stage at the esteemed theatre from 14 – 16 March 14th at 7.30pm.

Blackridge sheds light on the harsh realities and emotional struggles experienced by young women behind bars, as it delves into the raw and compelling narratives of those who find themselves confined within the confines of a youth detention centre.

Penned and directed by local playwright Barry Levy, the play offers an unflinching and moving exploration of hope, resilience, and the enduring human spirit.

Featuring a cast of exceptional local talent, Blackridge promises to deliver a captivating and unforgettable theatrical experience. The production is set to showcase the depth of talent within the Liverpool theatre community while captivating audiences with its evocative storytelling and compelling performances.

This production is a must-see for theatre enthusiasts and those passionate about supporting local arts and culture. Blackridge offers a poignant and timely reflection on societal issues, delivering a message that is both impactful and deeply resonant.

For more information and to secure tickets, please visit hopestreettheatre.com

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