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Last Christmas, Liverpool Playwright Dave Kirby, of 'Brick up the Mersey Tunnels' and 'Council Depot Blues' fame, took the EchoTwo venue by storm with his festive comedy treat 'Dreaming of a Barry White Christmas'.
The show's runaway popularity led to this year's offering - a three week run in the Echo Arena's intimate performance space, The Auditorium. It may be a second helping for Kirby's show, but it's the first Christmas show to be held at what has been described by Kirby as "an intimate gem of a theatre".
Dreaming of a Barry White Christmas -- continuing with its original Liverpudlian cast from 2013 -- tells the story of four hapless warehouse employees who, upon learning of their impending sacking, set out to uncover skeletons in their boss Thomas' closet. What is his secret anyway? Maybe the legendary Love Machine, Barry White, knows.
Dreaming of a Barry White Christmas is recommended for those aged 16 . Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets: £25 (inc. booking fees).