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Something’s up with Maggie. She’s rattling around in the house on Hope Place that she’s lived in all her life. Her brothers and sisters flew the nest long ago but everyone’s still got a key. Brother Jack keeps turning up with his own Liverpool folklore, invented to delight foreign tourists, but all Maggie wants is to unlock the past and free herself. Her niece’s new boyfriend might just have the answer.
A story of myths, memories and secrets, Michael Wynne’s Hope Place was specially commissioned for the opening season of the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, and premiered there in May 2014.
A powerful, timely work... moving - indisputably, wonderfully so.
At Hope Place you hear the sound of a play hitting a spot, talking straight to an audience. And the audience talking back.
While the themes of family and memory are universal, the landscape is all Liverpool.
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