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January 10, 2018
Tim Firth and Gary Barlow have been friends since before Take That was a twinkle in the Mancunian singer-songwriter’s eye.
But the Whiston-born writer admits when his old mate first mooted the idea of a musical based on the songs of the band, he was less than keen. He'd...
It’s Liverpool’s defining view and beating heart.
And now the city’s River Mersey and world famous waterfront - and the people who are drawn to it - are the stars of a new exhibition opening, aptly, at the waterfront Open Eye Gallery.
Irish-born photographer Tom Wood spe...
January 9, 2018
Jimmy Nail will no longer star in Sting’s musical The Last Ship which is coming to the Playhouse as part of it UK premiere.
Instead, Liverpool’s Joe McGann will take over the role of shipyard foreman Jackie White in the show which will spend a week at the Williamson Squ...
January 6, 2018
It may be cold outside as we head through the winter months and towards Easter, but the programme is hotting up at Liverpool’s Unity Theatre.
Old favourites sit side by side with new and experimental writing which doesn’t shy away from asking difficult questions or tack...
January 4, 2018
The history of Liverpool’s School for the Blind – the first of its kind in the country – is being explored in a new exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool.
The Blind School: Pioneering People and Places is on show in the waterfront attraction's Skylight Gallery.
January 3, 2018
Art from the Swinging Sixties will herald the start of 2018 in kaleidoscopic colour and form.
Paintings by Op Art luminaries like Bridget Riley and Pop Art exponent Joe Tilson will be shown with sculptures by artists including Anthony Caro and Eduardo Paolozzi in a free...
January 2, 2018
The Casa has a busy programme of visiting theatre productions lined up for January thanks to a new initiative with Julian Bond of Burjesta Theatre.
Kicking off the New Year is Christopher Marlowe’s Elizabethan tragedy Doctor Faustus, brought to the Hope Street venue by...
January 1, 2018
Liverpudlians love their music – and who wouldn’t in this World Capital of Pop and UNESCO City of Music?
Head down any street in the city centre and chances is you’ll trip over someone with a guitar slung on their back or a band carrying an amp on the way to a gig.