Little LTF – Liverpool Theatre Festival of New Works at St Luke’s Bombed Out Church

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Little LTF
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Little LTF - Liverpool Theatre Festival of New Works at St. Luke’s, Liverpool, City Centre 3 — 8 May 2022 Entrance is free — Visit now

We were thrilled to hear that the award-winning Liverpool Theatre Festival will return to the city for 2022. Running from 31 August – 11 September, the full festival programme will be announced over the coming months. Until then – Little LTF  (Liverpool Theatre Festival of New Works) – the festival’s sister event is set to bring a fabulous showcase of new performances. Now in its second year, the mini edition of the festival gives writers and performers the opportunity to showcase brand new work in front of a live audience.

Running for one week this May in a specially designed undercover performance space within St Luke’s Bombed Out Church, Little LTF promises a hugely diverse and inclusive line-up. The perfect teaser event for the main festival later in the year, we love that Little LTF offers a unique platform for previously unseen work to be enjoyed by eager theatre-goers.

Little LTF offers a unique platform for previously unseen work to be enjoyed by theatre-goers.

Currently, Little LTF is inviting creatives to submit their new works for inclusion in the festival. We love that Little LTF provides artists the opportunity to showcase their work for the first time, celebrating the wealth of talent residing in Liverpool.

Celebrating the wealth of talent residing in Liverpool.

Liverpool Theatre Festival was created by Bill Elms in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The first festival took Liverpool by storm in September 2020 and reignited the city’s devastated theatre scene, paving the way for further live performances to resume. We’re pleased the festival is set for its third installment in September – and, of course, we’ll bring you the full line-up once it has been released.

Little LTF - Liverpool Theatre Festival of New Works at St. Luke’s, Liverpool, City Centre 3 — 8 May 2022 Entrance is free Visit now

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