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Liverpool Screen School

Dr Ros Merkin

Dr Ros Merkin

Telephone: 0151 231 5064



Merkin R. 2019. Liverpool's Royal Court: A Brave Venture Liverpool University Press. Liverpool

Merkin R. 2016. Blood Brothers GCSE Student Guide Bloomsbury Methuen Drama 9781474230018

Merkin R, Russell W. 2016. Blood Brothers: GCSE Student Edition Merkin R. :1-144 Bloomsbury Methuen Drama 9781474229920

Merkin R. 2011. Liverpool Playhouse: A Theatre and Its City :1-250 Liverpool University Press. Liverpool 978-1-84631-747-7

Merkin R. 2010. The Glory of the Garden: English Regional Theatre and the Arts Council 1984-2009 Merkin R, Dorney K. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Newcastle 978-1443819763

Merkin R. 2004. Liverpool’s Third Cathedral: the Liverpool Everyman Theatre in the Words of Those Who Were, and Are, There Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust. Liverpool


Merkin R. 2013. Liverpool Wiles D, Dymkowski C. The Cambridge Companion to Theatre History :91-103 Cambridge University Press. Cambridge 9780521149839

Merkin R. 2005. A Life Outside 7:84: John McGrath and the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool Bradby D, Capon S. Freedom's Pioneer: John McGrath's Work in Theatre, Film and Television :25-38 University of Exeter Press. Exeter

Merkin R. 2000. No Space of Our Own? Margaret Mcnamara, Alma Brosnan, Ruth Dodds and the ILP Arts Guild Gale MB, Gardner V. Women, Theatre and Performance: New Histories, New Historiographies Manchester University Press. Manchester 9780719057137

Journal article

Merkin R. 2013. ‘Suitcase: a site specific kindertransport play’ PRISM: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Holocaust Educators,

Merkin R. 2004. The Cambridge Companion to the Musical CONTEMPORARY THEATRE REVIEW, 14 :115-115 >Link

Merkin R. 1998. The politics of alternative theatre in Britain, 1968-1990: the case of 7:84 (Scotland) NEW THEATRE QUARTERLY, 14 :294-295 >DOI >Link



Merkin R. May The Treasure Fall Into Good Hands

Merkin R. Suitcase >Link

Engagement & Impact

Research Grants Awarded:

AHRC, The Everyman Theatre Liverpool: Electronic Catalogue of its Archive and Associated Developments, Timothy Ashplant, Grant value (£): 208,128, Duration of research project: 3 years