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The year is 1645 and the English Civil War rages through the country. Willmas runs an inn just outside of Chester with the help of his daughter Rosamund, struggling to stay afloat by serving both sides. Their lives are about to become a lot more complicated as Reverend Thomas arrives, a man of the cloth whose robes dont sit right. Then Jennet, a gunslinging outlaw bursts in, bringing intrigue and danger behind her. Is there enough room at the inn for the problems that they bring? Joe Matthew-Morris has created an absorbing thriller full of bluff, double-bluff and secrets laid bare which will captivate you and keep you on the edge of your seat all night. Join us in The Royal Court Studio for a historical adventure that shows just how far people will go when their future is at stake. Lets see who comes out of this battle alive.Liverpool's Royal Court will be adhering to all Covid-19 regulations that will be in place at the time of the show. If the show is cancelled or postponed then ticketholders are covered by our Covid money back guarantee.

This show is not socially distanced.

Help to stop the spread - Please wear a mask while you are in the building. If you have got home testing kits then please take a test before you come. If you have any symptoms of Covid then please do not attend - just contact Box Office to arrange a new date or a refund.

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Please note " the bar will close 15 minutes before the advertised start time.

Latecomers will not be admitted so please arrive in good time.

Please contact Box Office on 0151 709 4321if you require wheelchair access. There are two wheelchair spaces available for each show.

If you want to have dinner before the show, we recommend the Courtyard Bar & Kitchen next door to the theatre. Book a table on their website by clicking here.

There are no booking fees payable (hurrah!)

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