Fun for all the family!

If you’re studying at uni alongside being a parent, or if your family & friends outside of LJMU love the look of your free offers, we’ve made a list of some of the best ways your fam can share in some of the great events put on at the lovely Liverpool cultural partners.

There are plenty of options available, so if you see something which takes your fancy but isn’t listed below, still get in touch via our email or message us on Facebook or Twitter.

Everyman
The YEP (Young Everyman and Playhouse) offers young people (aged 11-25) the chance to get involved in all aspects of theatre and also allows them to see any show for £5.

There are a couple of great events for younger audience members coming up:
28th-29th October – ‘Frankenstein‘ (adaptation by YEP)
4th-5th November – ‘At The End of Everything Else

Although it’s not on the £5 ticket offer, look out for our social media competition coming up to win tickets to see the rock ‘n’ roll panto ‘Beauty and the Beast‘ at the Everyman from 26th November-21st January.

Check out the website for more listings.

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Playhouse
The YEP (Young Everyman and Playhouse) offers young people (aged 11-25) the chance to get involved in all aspects of theatre and also allows them to see any show for £5.

There are a couple of great events for younger audiences coming up:
2nd-5th November – ‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning‘ (created by YEP)
9th December-14th January – ‘The Star

Check out the website for more listings.


Philharmonic Hall

A number of the LJMU offer tickets are also suitable for children. A full list of the offer performances can be found on this link, and if you contact your SO Team we will try to work out the best deal for you.

Other than your LJMU free offers, there are some brilliant family events coming up at the Philharmonic. From their ‘Intergalactic Journey’ to the ‘Sing Along with Santa’ event, LJMU students can get £7 tickets for themselves.

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Royal Court

Sadly none of the performances are particularly child-friendly and the Royal Court recommend an advisory age of 16+. However the offer allows more than one ticket on your student card, so if you want to take parents, guardians, brothers, sisters or older children, it is a great family offer.

Coming up are the following plays:
17th, 18th & 19th October – ‘Father O’Flaherty Saves Our Souls
28th, 29th & 30th November – ‘Scouse of the Rising Sun


Tate Liverpool

All members of the public can get free entry to the following exhibitions: ‘Tracey Emin & William Blake in Focus’, ‘Cecile B. Evans’, ‘Everybody Razzle Dazzle’, ‘Liverpool Biennial 2016: Ancient Greece Episode’.

Children under 12 can go to any paid exhibition for free. Have a look on the website to get a better idea of the exhibitions on this term.

Tate Liverpool also have a ‘Rocket Backpack‘ pop-up activity on until the end of the year. Children can take rocket backpacks around with fun things to do inside.

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