City Social: Girls Don't Play Guitars

City Social: Girls Don't Play Guitars

Liverpool's Royal Court


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Join us for a free showing of Liverpool Royal Court's new show 'Girls Don't Play Guitars'

We'll be meeting at 7pm in the Royal Court box office before heading inside to see the show. All events are free, so just bring yourself and your LJMU student ID along for a good time. Spaces are limited, so to avoid disappointment register for a place at https://saw.ljmu.ac.uk/

Event details:
girls don't play guitars at liverpool's royal court
In Liverpool in 1963 the music world was exploding. Musical talent, attitude and the knowledge that you could be anything you wanted to be saw the city flooded with bands and singers who were headed to the top.

Standing tall amongst all of the boys was the World’s first all-girl rock ’n’ roll group. This is the untold true story of The Liverbirds!

From The Cavern to Hamburg’s Star Club Mary, Sylvia, Val and Pam did it on their terms, turning down Brian Epstein, hanging out with Jimi Hendrix and driving Chuck Berry wild.

This foot-stomping musical will be packed with all of the great 60s songs that shook The Cavern, including the Liverbirds' smash hits Peanut Butter and Diddley Daddy.

Written by Ian Salmon (The Comeback Special) and directed by Bob Eaton (Lennon) this is a show that will rock the Royal Court like never before!


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