Come and see the Lost  Boys Huyton Library Culture hub

An amazing piece of theatre coming to Knowsley next Tuesday aimed at young people 14 years plus.  The show is a commission by the  National Youth Theatre and the performance is called Lost  Boys and it’s appearing at Huyton Library Culture hub on Tuesday 17th September at 7.30pm

Lost Boys By Luke Barnes

Directed by Zoe Lafferty

Tues 17 September, 7.30pm

Culture Hub, Huyton Library

Civic Way

Liverpool

L36 9GD

Book tickets online or get them on the door

“These are the small town gods”

A humorous and heartfelt play by award-winning Formby playwright Luke Barnes, featuring energetic original songs by long-time Kneehigh collaborator Dom Coyote and Britain’s best young talent from the National Youth Theatre. Playfully directed by Zoe Lafferty, Lost Boys is a play for everyone about growing up in a new northern town, exploring how where you’re from and gender identity affects who you are, who you become and your mental health.

Written by award-winning Formby playwright Luke Barnes, whose recent plays include The Jumper Factory (Young Vic) and All We Ever Wanted Was Everything (Bush Theatre and various venues) and acting credits include HBO’s Game of Thrones. Director Zoe Lafferty (The Host, Queens of Syria) was recently named one of Vogue’s Major Players of British Theatre.

This new commission for National Youth Theatre comes to Liverpool for the first time following a workshop production in Skelmersdale in September 2018.

Age Guidance: 14+

Lost Boys tackles emotive themes. If you would like to know more please get in touch with info@nyt.org.uk