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June 22, 2017
Thousands of people are expected to descend on Liverpool’s waterfront this weekend for a pair of major events.
The national Armed Forces Day is being held in the city this year, bringing hundreds of veterans, servicemen and women and the Red Arrows to the River Mersey –...
June 21, 2017
It’s been rather hot over the last few days – but now prepare for The Tempest.
Prescot-based MATE Productions is staging the mystical Shakespeare play in a series of open air productions between now and mid-July, when the final shows will be performed at the Dell at the...
Comedy fans should check out what’s on at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall over the next few months – because there’s no shortage of laughs planned.
A host of rising stars and top comedy names are heading for Hope Street with their live stand up shows.
Stewart Lee returns t...
Atomic Kitten are stepping in to make Liverpool Pride go with a swing after Marc Almond had to step down from headlining the main stage next month.
The Southport-born Soft Cell singer, who is marking his 60th birthday this year, was due to perform at the festival on Jul...
June 20, 2017
It’s almost 70 years since Powell and Pressburger’s The Red Shoes hit UK cinema screens.
The story of love, obsession and its heroine Victoria Page’s dream of being the best dancer in the world, whatever the cost, has inspired generations of young dancers and choreograp...
June 19, 2017
Posters of Art Nouveau beauties with golden flowing locks graced the walls of more than a few student bedrooms in the 1980s – thanks mostly to Athena stores across the country.
Now there is a chance to see the original stunning works by Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, whic...
Old favourites and new companies are set to head for Liverpool’s Everyman and Playhouse theatres this autumn.
There are returns for Cornwall-based Kneehigh, which produced the acclaimed Dead Dog in a Suitcase, as well as Max Stafford-Clark’s Out of Joint Theatre Company...
June 5, 2017
The Unity Theatre will reopen this week after its £845,000 refurbishment and with a prize-winning comedy.
Writer and comedian Katie Mulgrew won the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize with her play Omnibus. And now it is getting its premiere at the Hope Place the...
June 3, 2017
Everyman Theatre regulars will surely be used to director Nick Bagnall’s striking approach to the Bard by now.
There was A Midsummer Night’s Dream with fairies in Milk Tray Man (or burglar, depending on your viewpoint) black, and Dean Nolan’s outrageous, scene-stealing...
June 2, 2017
Katy Perry is set to return to the ECHO arena next year.
The music star will bring her Witness tour to Liverpool on Thursday, June 21 as part of a series of dates in the UK and Europe. Tickets go on sale next week.
WITNESS: The Tour is the 32-year-old Californian’s first...