Situated on Hope Street, between the two cathedrals, the new Everyman opened in March 2014 to great acclaim from audiences and critics, winning the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture. Accessible and environmentally sustainable, the new theatre combines the trademark wrap-around auditorium and basement bistro with many new facilities. The Everyman is easily accessible by bus, train, car and City Bike. Since we’re striving at e&P to be a greener business, we hope you’ll consider the impact of your travel when you visit.
Travelling by citybike
With bike stations across the city and at Lime Street Station, there are two stations by the Everyman; opposite the theatre on the corner of Hope Street and Mount Pleasant and next to the Metropolitan Cathedral steps. Tariff packages are available from £3 per day, £9 for a week or £60 for a year. Find out more about citybike.
Citybike is an initiative by Liverpool City Council, part-funded by the Department for Transport and operated by Hourbike Ltd.
Travelling by car
Postcode navigation: use L1 9BH to find the Everyman theatre.
If you are driving to the Everyman theatre, please bear in mind that street parking is extremely limited. There are, however, a couple of car parks nearby that are available to use after 5.30pm Monday to Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday.
University of Liverpool Visitor car parking, Mount Pleasant (located opposite the Metropolitan Cathedral, L3 5TQ)
University of Liverpool Visitor car parking, Cambridge Street;(located opposite the Cambridge pub, L7 7EE)
Both of these car parks cost £3 for over 3 hrs.
Travelling by bus
Frequent services operate from the city’s two main bus terminals, Liverpool ONE and Queen Square, many of which will bring you directly to the Everyman theatre.
The following buses stop on Myrtle Street outside The Philharmonic Hall, a minute or two walk away from the Everyman theatre:
75 between Halewood, Hunts Cross, Allerton and Ullet Road
80 and 80A between Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, Garston, Mossley Hill and Ullet Road
86, 86A and 86C between Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Garston, Allerton and Smithdown Road
The following buses stop on Oxford Street, a minute or two walk away from the Everyman theatre:
139 between St Helens, Prescot, Huyton, Broadgreen and Wavertree
173 between Belle Vale, Mossley Hill and Toxteth
The following buses stop on Brownlow Hill, a five minute walk away from the Everyman theatre:
6, 7 and 7A between Warrington, Huyton, Broadgreen and Edge Lane
14, 61, 79, 79C and 79D between Runcorn, Widnes, Netherley, Childwall and Wavertree
For more information and timetables, please visit the Merseytravel website. You can also contact the Traveline team on 0151 236 7676 (7am – 8pm Mon to Fri and 8am – 8pm Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays).
Travelling by train
Catch a Northern Line train to Liverpool Central station. From there, it’s a ten minute walk to the Everyman theatre.
Exit the station on Ranleagh Street, turn right and walk up to the Lewis’s building. Cross over the road (with The Adelphi Hotel on your left) and turn right up Mount Pleasant. You’ll find The Everyman at the junction of Mount Pleasant and Hope Street.
Catch a City Line or mainline train to Liverpool Lime Street station. From there, it’s a ten minute walk to the Everyman theatre.
Exit the station on Skelhorne Street. Walk straight ahead, towards The Adelphi Hotel. Turn into Mount Pleasant and head up the hill. You’ll find the Everyman theatre at the junction of Mount Pleasant and Hope Street.
Travelling by train from Wirral
From January to June 2017 Merseyrail train services between Liverpool and Wirral will be significantly disrupted, visit merseyrail.org for more info.
Use the Merseyrail planner to quickly see how your specific journey will be affected during each phase of Wirral loop line track renewal.