YNWA - THE OFFICIAL STORY OF LFC

From the founding fathers then two world wars, through to the dark days of the second division and the glory round the fields on Anfield Road. We witness the triumphs, the tragedies, the heroes and the legends.

From Elisha Scott to Steven Gerrard, Rome to Istanbul, this show tells an an unrivalled soccer sto - a theatrical roller coaster of 120 years of footballing history.

Through a unique co-production deal with Liverpool FC, this officially endorsed musical theatre show has played in front of over 50,000 people in venues across Liverpool, Dublin and Belfast. As well as traditional theatres such as The Gaiety in Dublin and The Royal Court in Liverpool, this show was also staged at arena venues such as The Odyssey in Belfast and The Echo Arena, Liverpool.

The show features over 25 songs that will be known by Liverpool fans worldwide, many of which are KOP favourites direct from from the terraces, often rewritten to tell the story of this great club.

There have been many cameo appearances from Liverpool legends including John Barnes, Phil Neal, Ian Callaghan, Alan Kennedy, Ron Yeats and Roy Evans.

The show will now go to some of the many cities worldwide where Liverpool's fan base is established.

Include link to various reviews (on the microsite link we sent but I've also sent you a couple more)

 

“The show hits just the right note” 9/10 Liverpoolconfidential

“Rousing cheers all round” 4 stars Liverpool Echo

“Nicky Allt manages to capture what it is to be a Liverpool fan” 4 STARS Liverpool Post

“I was utterly blown away” 5 STARS thepublicreviews.co.uk
 “A great result”  10/10 Liverpool Echo “A great show, passionate and heartfelt” FOUR STARS Thepublicreviews.com “Emotional, uplifting and hilarious” FOUR STARS Clickliverpool.com “A show that knows and respects its audience. If you are an LFC fan you will embrace it” 9/10 Wirral News “A rating of 10/10 doesn’t seem enough, and that from a Bluenose!” Mersey Magazine “The show was spectacular” JMU Journalism “No matter how much you know about Liverpool, I’d strongly advise you go and see it” This Is Anfield