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July 31, 2018
Cult Liverpool new wave act Deaf School is set to perform two special shows at the Liverpool Everyman to mark the band's 45th anniversary.
Deaf School was formed at Liverpool College of Art in 1973 and garnered a faithful following both for its albums and live theatrica...
It’s been more than a century since Titanic slid to the bottom of the freezing North Atlantic, but the story continues to fascinate.
There have been other maritime disasters with massive loss of life, but the White Star Line’s ship, mythologised almost before it made it...
July 29, 2018
Liverpool Art Fair has returned to the city’s waterfront for a second year.
The annual showcase for Merseyside artists is being staged inside a temporary two-storey gallery created from shipping containers and based at the Pier Head Village.
This year’s exhibition featur...
From Annie to Wicked and Billy Elliot to The Lion King, there’s nothing like a musical spectacular.
It seems we theatre audiences can’t get enough of them, both old favourites from Rodgers and Hammerstein and Lerner and Loewe to new kids on the block, and from stories i...
July 27, 2018
The Round the World Clipper Yacht Race returns to the Mersey this weekend – almost 12 months after it set off from the Royal Albert Dock.
The ocean-going yachts will take part in a sprint finish in the river on Saturday morning to decide the podium places at the end of...
July 26, 2018
With the city’s buildings being lit in rainbow colours, and Liverpool Pride taking place this weekend, it seems an ideal time to revisit Emma Culshaw and David Paul’s flamboyant comedy.
The Ruby Slippers was a hit at the old Lantern Theatre, and later enjoyed runs in S...
July 23, 2018
There may not be much rain about at the moment but there are plenty of rainbows springing up all over Liverpool.
As the sun goes down the lights are going on to mark this weekend’s Liverpool Pride.
Come Out of the Shadows, now in its third year, sees the city and wider r...
July 20, 2018
Roll up for Liverpool’s latest Beatles attraction – a new museum packed with rare and never-seen-before Fab Four memorabilia.
The Magical History Museum in Mathew Street features artefacts from a collection assembled by the late Neil Aspinall, the Beatles’ right-hand ma...
July 17, 2018
The most famous ship in the world was conceived in Liverpool for a Liverpool company – and had Liverpool written on her stern.
But the closest RMS Titanic, the ill-fated White Star liner, ever got to the Mersey was when she docked at Queenstown (now Cobh) in southern Ir...
July 16, 2018
Love, sexuality, tested loyalties and high heels combine in a hit comedy set in a drag club which returns to the Liverpool stage this week.
The Ruby Slippers was premiered at the Lantern Theatre in 2016 and was also performed in the West End.
Now Emma Culshaw and David P...