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November 30, 2018

Wirral has revealed a busy programme of major public events to mark its Borough of Culture 2019 title.

Discovery, exploration and the great outdoors are the core themes being explored over a 12-month celebration which borough bosses hope will showcase Wirral to the wide...

November 28, 2018

Well deck the halls and put out a mince pie for Santa – the countdown to Christmas has officially started.

You can always guarantee seasonal silliness mixed with a good dose of musical mayhem at the Everyman’s near-legendary rock ‘n’ roll panto.

But this year the team at...

November 28, 2018

The Liverpool Everyman’s Repertory Company is set to take ‘a pause’ with no third consecutive season of productions at the Hope Street theatre.

Instead, associate director Nick Bagnall will helm a new homegrown and politically-charged production of Sonheim’s Sweeney Tod...

November 28, 2018

First it was a real calendar. Then along came Tim Firth who captured the amazing true-life story in a hit screenplay.

He returned to the subject to create an equally successful stage production. And most recently, Firth joined forces with his Frodsham neighbour Gary Bar...

November 23, 2018

“When I told my son I was going to do panto, he went ‘oh lordy, Liverpool – hold on to your hats!’” laughs Shirley Ballas.

Strictly’s head judge is about to step out from behind the desk and take to the floor to make her stage debut in pantomime at home this Christmas.

S...

November 23, 2018

The link between art and science is explored in FACT’s latest exhibition which brings together work from international artists.

Broken Symmetries, running until March 3 at the Wood Street venue, features pieces by 10 artists whose works rethink scientific facts, challen...

November 22, 2018

Tate Liverpool is celebrating the work of French painter, sculptor and film maker Fernand Léger with the first major UK exhibition of his work in three decades.

Fernand Léger: New Times, New Pleasures – being staged at the Royal Albert Dock gallery until March - brings...

November 20, 2018

Twenty years ago, the members of a small Yorkshire Women’s Institute produced a nude calendar that attracted global attention - and raised a lot of money for leukaemia research.

In fact, to date, the women of Rylstone WI have generated more than £5m for research. Which...

November 19, 2018

A new work by Turner Prize-winning Lubaina Himid is set to be premiered at Liverpool Central Library.

Random Coincidence will be unveiled this Friday at the William Brown Street landmark, followed by a talk about the 64 year old’s career, and an artist Q&A.

The work was...

November 16, 2018

“There aren’t many concerts where you come out with a smile on your face,” I overheard one man saying to another in the street outside the Philharmonic Hall.

There also aren’t many concerts where an audience member produces flowers for the soloist and conductor – and ge...

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