THE YOUNG Everyman Playhouse youth theatre actors should be rightly proud of their latest bold, ambitious achievement.

It is a major leap forward in their creative future.

To stage Jason and the Argonauts is not an easy task but with such a high-energy, disciplined fearless company it’s a joyful journey to find the ‘Golden Fleece’ in their energetic, imaginative hands.

This two hour 15 minute production adapted (including interval) by the inspirational Andrew Byron and director by Chris Tomlinson sails through all the adventures, and skirmishes of our Greecian hero and the crew of the good ship Argo.

There are some inventive, thrilling fights sequences guided by Wirral’s Off the Ground Theatre expert, Dan Meigh.

And much humour thanks to some lovely cameos from various individuals.

But this is an ensemble piece with 18 actors - some making their debut Lisa Jones has come up with an adaptable set and costumes.

And a big applause to the lighting and sound technicians

There are some lively scenes in this epic myth of Gods and mortals notably a skeleton battle and a confrontation with a three-headed monster are the collaboration with LIPA students.

Grace Goulding has used the black box space of the studio to maximum effect with her movement and choreography.

The batteries never run out in this magical production.

Incidental music during a Greek dance is just one smile inducer in a show packed with surprises from a vast array of young Merseyside talent.

FOUR STARS - Vibrant Storytelling

On until Saturday, get your tickets from the box office on 0151 709 4776.