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March 29, 2018
Damon Albarn will join The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians in a special performance for St George’s Day in Liverpool.
The April 23 event at the Philharmonic Hall is the latest in the ongoing Rapid Response Unit initiative as part of Liverpool 2018 celebrations.
March 28, 2018
Liverpool Pride returns to the city centre for a ninth year and with the theme of #AllTogetherNow.
The 2018 event, which attracts tens of thousands of revellers each year, will take place in the new location of Tithebarn Street on the weekend of July 28-29.
Pride is the...
Roll up roll up for Northern Broadsides’ latest visit to Liverpool, with a new production – a fresh version of Dickens’ Hard Times – and a new boss at the helm.
So farewell Barrie Rutter, and welcome Wirral’s Conrad Nelson, long-time Broadsider as actor, director and co...
March 27, 2018
CBBC is bringing a major children’s festival to Liverpool as part of the city’s 2018 celebrations.
Liverpool beat tough competition from other locations to host the three-day event which takes place at Croxteth Park this summer.
It is the first time the BBC has held a fe...
March 26, 2018
As leaving presents go, it’s not a bad one – the chance to curate your own show to celebrate the birthday of one of the country’s most important art galleries.
But in actual fact, the idea for Ken’s Show: Exploring the Unseen, named after Tate Liverpool’s recently retir...
March 23, 2018
This week appears to have been a warm walk down memory lane for the prolific polymath – and prolific Tweeter – Stephen Hough.
Back in the street where he first learned to play the piano, if social media is to be believed the internationally-acclaimed virtuoso from the W...
March 22, 2018
The world of gaming and the avatars who inhabit it is being explored in a new immersive exhibition at FACT.
States of Play: Roleplay Reality looks at the creation of virtual worlds through the works of a number of artists, producers and platforms, and explores how gamer...
March 21, 2018
Work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh is set to go on show at the Walker Art Gallery as part of its 2019 exhibition programme.
The show, which will be ticketed, runs at the William Brown Street gallery from March 15 to August 26, and will explore the work on Mackintosh and...
A new portrait of Liverpool-born actress Kim Cattrall is set to go on show at the Walker Art Gallery from today.
The painting was created by Samira Addo, who won the Sky Portrait Artist of the Year award.
The competition series was filmed last year but the result was kep...
When Nina – a story about me and Nina Simone (to give it its full title) was first devised, there were plans to stage it in the co-producing cities of Liverpool and Sweden.
But Josette Bushell-Mingo’s impassioned half-play, half-gig – inspired by the music and the civil...