THEATRE.Byline: By John Dempsey John Dempsey may refer to:
Brassed Off (The Brindley, Runcorn, 0151-907 8360) today, 7.30pm. Heartwarming heart·warm·ing or heart-warm·ing
1. Causing gladness and pleasure.
2. Eliciting sympathy and tender feelings: a heartwarming tale.
Adj. 1. tale about a brass band that unites a community during the years of the miners' strikes.
I Found Her Tied To My Bed (Unity Theatre, Hope Place, 0151-709 4988) until today, 8pm. By Jeff Tabnick and inspired by a true story. This play contains strong language and some scenes that people may find disturbing.
Memento Mori (Unity Theatre, 0151-709 4988) tomorrow, 8pm. Journey through the mind of Orpheus to see love, death, insanity of the underworld and selfdiscovery of man.
Exit Napolean.....Pursued By Rabbits (Unity Theatre, Hope Place, 0151-709 4988) Saturday, 8pm. New wordless comic drama by Nola Rae, inspired by Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator.
Over The Rainbow (Southport Theatre, 0870607 7560) Sunday, 8pm. Touching musical following life of Eva Cassidy. Featuring 27 of her hits.
Billy Liar (Playhouse Theatre, 0151-709 4776) tomorrow until February 25. Phil Willmott returns to direct Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall's cheeky, witty and classic comedy about your typical Jack the lad Jack The Lad were a folk-rock group from north-east England formed in 1973 by three former members of Lindisfarne - Rod Clements (bass, violin, guitar, vocals), Simon Cowe (guitar, mandolin, banjo, vocals), and Ray Laidlaw (drums), with Billy Mitchell (guitar, banjo, vocals). .