How Living Dead is being brought to life at Liverp...
January 26, 2020
Review: Petrenko's Mahler I at Philharmonic Ha...
January 24, 2020
John Moores Painting Prize 2020 jury revealed
January 23, 2020
Epic comedy at the Epstein Theatre this spring
January 21, 2020
Review: Once at Liverpool Empire ****
John Evans on his road to Colomendy at Royal Court...
January 18, 2020
dot-art celebrates the digital in new exhibition
January 17, 2020
All aboard for Liverpool's new maritime attrac...
January 16, 2020
By The Waters of Liverpool embarks on national tou...
Artists invited to bid for a place on Liverpool Pl...
January 13, 2020
May 31, 2018
Liverpool Fringe Festival returns over the next fortnight – offering theatregoers the chance to see a host of new plays at venues in the city.
The productions will be staged at 81 Renshaw Street, Frederik’s, the Casa, the Bombed Out Church, The Caledonia, the Jacaranda,...
May 30, 2018
Deaf School, David O’Doherty, Alan Bennett and A Christmas Carol are among the line-up in the Everyman & Playhouse’s new season.
The autumn and winter season also includes a return for Everyman alumnus Matthew Kelly – appearing in Bennett’s The Habit of Art, a new play...
May 28, 2018
Buccaneers and buried gold come to a park or garden near you this summer as MATE Productions presents its latest open-air theatre show.
The Prescot-based company has created a steampunk re-imagining of Phil Wilmott’s adaption of Treasure Island – Robert Louis Stephenson...
May 27, 2018
The annual Summer Arts Market returns to Liverpool Cathedral this weekend.
The event, organised by Open Culture, will see dozens of artisan craftsmen and women selling their bespoke wares.
Jewellery, artwork, clothing, food, drink, wood carving, homewares, ceramics, stat...
May 24, 2018
Liverpoool’s internationally-acclaimed Wired Aerial Theatre will bring its extraordinary style of bungee-assisted dance to the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta this weekend.
The company has been commissioned to perform a new work, entitled To Me, To You…., on the wate...
Football World Cup fever is about to strike again – but who remembers the FIFA tournament of 1978?
Writer Gerry Linford for one, who used it for the setting of a story which was not only chosen as the runner up in the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize but is getting its...
May 23, 2018
Tate Liverpool’s summer blockbuster show pairs the work of Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman.
Both the Austrian expressionist painter and American photographer were concerned with the naked human form and with self-portraits, and both died in the their 20s.
Life In Moti...
Remember Anthology, the series of immersive promenade performances created by the Everyman in conjunction with Slung Low Theatre Company?
You were handed an item (a wooden spoon, a bootlace, that kind of thing), put on a pair of headphones and set off on a mysterious jo...
Many venues now precede their show with tannoy requests to turn off your mobile phone, or a stern warning about no photography.
But at the Epstein Theatre this week the disembodied voice is instead alerting audiences to “strong language and scenes of a sexual nature”. A...
May 21, 2018
The 1980s were bookended by two great cinematic slices of audience wish-fulfilment.
One was in 1987 when Patrick Swayze opined that ‘nobody puts Baby in the corner’, before dirty dancing off in to the sunset with Jennifer Grey.
And the other came five years earlier, when...