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The Globe verdict back in 2018 for Bouncers was a resounding five stars.

Can Boisterous - the company behind Maurice Bessman's adaptation of Jon Godber's smash hit comedy - do it again?

The Court has high hopes.

Kevin Fearon, Royal Court executive producer, has very high hopes.

He said: "The show brought in a mix of our traditional audience and a new audience last time and we want to see that continued in this new run.

"Bouncers is a show that is very close to our hearts and we know that the audience love to see it.

"It's going to be an amazing run."

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Production still from 'Bouncers'

Boisterous, run by Miriam Mussa and Maurice Bessman under the umbrella of Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre, continues to produce, develop and nurture existing and new taent from the Black Asian Minoritry Ethinc communities.

Back in 2018 the show ran in the Court Studio, then the main house, picking up rave reviews with people queuing at the box office for returns.

Now gruelling rehearsals are under way for Mutty Burman; Michael Horsley; Zain Salim and Joe Speare who play Ralph, Les, Judd and Lucky Eric and well-known Liverpool club DJ Spycatcha makes a guest appearance in the show.

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Production still from 'Bouncers'

Technically gifted with their compulsory security training badges stuck firmly on their arms, wired up with digital headsets linked back to ‘control’, Bouncers feature 21st century 'door supervisors' face the nightly tension of what they’ve been trained to do – customer service.

And they have their common sense telling them to do with the mantra: 'sort it out quickly.'

Iain Christie, Court spokesperson, told the Globe: "With a cast who can move to the pulsating, up-to-the minute soundtrack and sing pitch-perfect vocals to contemporary tunes.

"Bouncers: Urban Remix thrusts audiences full on into a night out with all the fun and laughter, tears and tension of people trying to enjoy themselves as they go "out out" into the city hoping for fun, love or simply to lose themselves on their once a week, full on free for all."

Miriam Mussa, producer and director of the show, adds: "The show was a huge hit last time and we can’t wait to bring it back.

"We want Boisterous to provide an ambitious platform and progressive route for actors, writers, directors and producers from the BAME community.

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Production still from 'Bouncers'

"It is an opportunity to widen representation across the cultural sector by creating employment, mentoring and training opportunities within the arts.”

Bouncers: Urban Remix

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The show contains some strong language. Recommended age limit is 16+.