The Everyman Theatre in Liverpool was founded in 1964 in the bohemian area of the city. It built a reputation for ground-breaking work. In the 70s and 80s Liverpool playwrights Willy Russell and Alan Bleasdale received debuts in the theatre and many leading British actors have been associated with it. The Everyman was completely rebuilt in 2014. The prize winning building has a striking frontage created from 105 portraits of local people of all ages and backgrounds. The images have been cut from aluminum plates to create a shutter screen providing light and shade to the building.
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