Everyman founder to speak

Terry Hands, who founded Liverpool's Everyman Theatre in 1964, is to share his experiences as part of the Performance 06 lecture series. After founding the Everyman, Hands joined the Royal Shakespeare Company where he became Artistic Director in 1978 and CEO in 1986. He also steered Theatre Clywd to many awards. The lecture series is part of Liverpool's Year of Performance leading up to Capital of Culture 2008. The lecture follows the first in the series, delivered by LFC legend Alan Hansen last month. The venue is the the University of Liverpool's Sherrington Building, Ashton Street, on Monday 22nd May at 6.30pm. Tickets are free and can be obtained from Blackwells Bookshop on Brownlow Hill, 08 Place on Whitechapel and the Tourist Information Centre, World of Glass, St Helens, or by calling 0151 794 2650.


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