St George’s Hall: The Catacombs of Liverpool’s Darkest History

unnamed26 May – 1 June 2014

Tours: 18.00, 18.20, 18.40, 19.00, 19.20, 19.40, 20.00, 20.20, 20.40, 21.00, 21.20, 21.40  (Approx one hour in duration)

Tickets: £15.00 (Inc booking fee)

(Capacity 40 people per tour)

Liverpool’s St George’s Hall are set to bring you another haunting week of the popular Catacombs tours. Exploring the darker heart of Liverpool’s most celebrated and historic building, the tours return by popular demand after the initial run of the sell-out tours in February.

Now theatrical company Lovehistory return with a whole host of actors portraying new characters, exploring new areas of the catacombs, with new stories from Liverpool’s murderous past. Experience The Catacombs of Liverpool’s Darkest History and peel back the layers of yesteryear to reveal what lies within the heart of St George’s Hall’s dark past.

The promenade performances explore the court room and dark cells below the grandness of the Great Hall, where those waiting to be condemned would spend their final moments and in the shadows of Liverpool’s past, spectators will encounter the characters that will tell their tormented tales and illuminate their history.

The Catacombs were previously used as billeting quarters for police and the army during transport strikes, or as a food dispensary and water store during the Second World War. The catacombs and basement galleries will now take on a new and dramatic lease of life.

Join Liverpool’s own premier theatrical performance company Lovehistory for a unique and exclusive experience.  Lovehistory have perfected the art of promenade theatre and the dramatic murder mystery experience with dinners within the Great Hall throughout the year and will now create some further spellbinding theatrical tours which are a must see for all ages.

For further information please visit www.lovehistory.co.uk

Purchase in person at TicketQuarter, Queen Square, Liverpool. Online atwww.ticketquarter.co.uk / 0844 800 0410.

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