July 7, 2020

Liverpool’s Beatles Story is busy preparing to reopen its doors this month.

The Royal Albert Dock attraction will welcome visitors again from Monday, July 20.

Beatles Story bosses are working hard to make the museum – which runs through the basement of part of the origin...

June 30, 2020

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Bootleg Beatles have rescheduled their And In the End concert for 2021.

The Liverpool show, which were due to take place this spring, will now be staged on July 14 next year.

And an extra date has been added on July 13.

The UK-wide And...

June 15, 2020

Oscar-winning psychological thriller Joker will be screened with a live orchestral accompaniment in a concert in Liverpool next spring.

Joker Live in Concert is due to take place at the Philharmonic Hall on Sunday, March 7.

It has been rescheduled from its original date...

June 9, 2020

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic has announced the name of the conductor who will take over the baton in the city from next year.

Domingo Hindoyan will succeed Chief Conductor Vasily Petrenko who is leaving the RLPO after 15 years.

The new Chief Conductor Designate thril...

May 28, 2020

Women artists are responding to the Coronavirus lockdown in an online project coordinated as part of Liverpool’s RISE programme.

A dozen micro-commissions are being brought together under the RISE banner, which aims to celebrate the talents of extraordinary women.

They i...

May 28, 2020

Wirral Food, Drink & Music Festival has been postponed until next September.

But the good news is that the event will retain the same musical line-up – headed by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – when it takes place.

The festival was due to be held from September 4-6 t...

May 5, 2020

Vasily Petrenko will mark his final season with the RLPO with a ‘signature series’ of his greatest hits with the orchestra.

The RLPO’s new season – its 180th – will also feature a host of world premiere performances as well as major works by 'composers in focus' Mahler,...

April 30, 2020

Beach Boys' legend Brian Wilson is set to return to the Philharmonic Hall in 2021.

The 77-year-old will perform some of his best-loved hits live in Hope Street on Monday, June 28.

Tickets are on sale now costing from £45.50 to £85.50.

Good Vibrations: Greatest Hits Live w...

April 21, 2020

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic’s season may have been cut short because of Covid-19, but Phil fans are being offered a host of musical goodies online instead.

The organisation has launched a Live From Liverpool Philharmonic Hall digital programme of videos and recordi...

April 14, 2020

Liverpool Sound City 2020 has been postponed until later in the year.

The annual event – the UK’s leading independent festival for new music – always takes place at the start of May, and this year was due to be held in venues across the Baltic Triangle from May 1-3.


April 10, 2020

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic has cancelled all its classical music concerts until the end of June.

The Phil closed its doors last month after the Government issued advice to people to avoid attending theatres and other arts venues due to the Coronavirus pandemic.


April 5, 2020

Remember the 1980s when Corona was fizzy pop all we had to worry about was a little thing like nuclear war?

Well this autumn there’s a chance to step back to a more innocent, fun-filled time when we were allowed out of the house to play – a time of the New Romantics, le...

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June 26, 2020

Liverpool Central Docks will host a series of ‘drive-in’ live music shows this summer with big names performing on the city’s waterfront.

Utilita Live From the Drive-In will see major household names from Gary Numan, Tony Hadley and The Zutons to Dizzee Rascal, Beverley Knight and K T Tunstall.

Central Docks are one of 12 UK locations for the special series of shows arranged by Live Nation to keep music going during the coronavirus pandemic.

Audiences will enjoy shows from the comfort of their own private viewing zones next to their cars – with each zone appropriately distance...

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