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Tue 2nd Oct - Sat 13th Oct

By The Waters Of Liverpool

@ Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool

Featuring: Mark Moraghan, Emma Dears, Maria Lovelady

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By The Waters Of Liverpool: Mark Moraghan, Emma Dears, Maria Lovelady

A new stage play based on the best-selling book by acclaimed Twopence To Cross The Mersey author Helen Forrester is to receive its UK premiere in Liverpool.

The play follows the smash-hit success of Forrester’s Twopence To Cross The Mersey and is being brought to audiences by the team behind both the musical and stage play versions of the award-winning true story.

At seventeen, Helen had fought and won two bitter battles with her parents; the first to educate herself, the second for the right to go out to work.

Her parents are as financially irresponsible as ever, wasting money while their children still lack adequate food and clothing. But for Helen, things are looking up as she begins to make new friends and develop some social life outside the home.

In 1939, now aged 20 and with Britain on the brink of war, Helen has never been kissed by a man. That is until she meets a tall strong seaman, and falls in love.