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April 29, 2017
Ed Byrne is returning to the Auditorium at the Echo Arena.
The Irish comedian and Mock the Week regular will bring his Spoiler Alert show to the waterfront venue in March next year.
Tickets are now on sale.
Byrne, who started a comedy club when he was a student in Scotlan...
April 27, 2017
The story of the feisty Ford seamstresses and their 1968 fight for equal pay became a box office winner when the film of Made in Dagenham was released in 2010.
Four years later it was turned in to a stage musical, starring Gemma Arterton in the lead role of Rita O’Grady...
April 26, 2017
The Clipper Round the World yacht race is returning to the River Mersey for the fourth time.
The 12, 70ft yachts which take part in the prestigious sailing event will set off from the Albert Dock on August 20 on an 11-month ocean-going odyssey covering 40,000 nautical m...
World Museum Liverpool’s Egypt Gallery is set to reopen its doors on Friday after a major 18-month long restoration and refurbishment.
The gallery at the William Brown Street museum is three times bigger than it was before – making it the largest ancient Egypt gallery o...
A Midsummer Night’s Dream remains one of the best-loved of Shakespeare’s plays.
Magic, sprites, comedy, star-crossed (or for much of the evening simply cross) lovers – there’s plenty for audiences of all ages to enjoy.
And there’s plenty for Epstein audiences to enjoy in...
April 25, 2017
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April 24, 2017
Back in 1968, Ford's Dagenham plant was brought to a standstill in a dispute that had widespread implications - and is still sadly relevant today.
The women machinists decided to strike for equal pay, and their stance attracted worldwide attention, eventually leading to...
April 22, 2017
Liverpool's Laughterhouse has announced a number of special guest appearances at its Fenwick Street headquarters and the new Hanger 34 comedy club over the next few months.
Tony Law comes to the Slaughter House on May 4 with his show A Law Undo His-Elf, What Welcome.
April 21, 2017
Singer Marc Almond has been announced as the headliner for this year's Liverpool Pride.
The Southport-born New Wave star will perform on the Pride stage in William Brown Street as part of the eighth annual celebration.
Almond had a series of hits with Soft Cell including...
April 19, 2017
When you’re a child, time seems to go on forever. Whereas when you become an adult, the world appears to spin ever faster.
Consider this. We’re already at the half-way stage in the new Everyman Rep’s inaugural season of plays – a week in to the fortnight run of the thir...