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April 23, 2019

It’s nearly three decades since Ghost swept all before it at the box office and powered the Righteous Brothers to the top of the charts.

But it seems audiences still hunger for a touch of writer Joel Bruce Rubin’s good-verses-evil romantic fantasy thriller – returning t...

April 21, 2019

St George’s Hall will mark the patron saint of England’s day with a series of special tours which give visitors a peek behind the scenes at the 164-year-old landmark.

The guided tours will take people behind the Great Hall’s stained-glass window which pictures St George...

April 18, 2019

Mike Leigh, Jo Brand and Will Self are among the line-up for this year’s WoWFest.

The annual festival, organised by Writing on the Wall, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and runs from May 1-31 at venues throughout Liverpool and beyond.

This year’s event has the theme...

April 16, 2019

Stephen Sondheim’s dark musical masterpiece turns the big 4-0 this year, and that alone would be a good enough reason for this spare and visceral revival.

But it’s also particularly apt that the Everyman should stage Sweeney Todd as Sondheim found inspiration for his fl...

April 16, 2019

Destruction wrought by the Luftwaffe is being remembered in a new exhibition of photographs opening at the Museum of Liverpool tomorrow.

Blitzed Liverpool features 60 images taken by Liverpool City Police photographers during 1940 and 1941 when the city was ravaged by b...

April 16, 2019

A huge indoor funfair has opened at Exhibition Centre Liverpool for the Easter break.

The attraction is full of fairground favourites for children of all ages, including two mini rollercoasters, a 200ft long inflatable obstacle course named Energiser, a huge inflatable...

April 16, 2019

LightNight Liverpool has revealed its full programme of events giving culture fans a peek at what they can experience during next month’s event.

The late-night arts festival – which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year - takes place on Friday, May 17 at 50 location...

April 12, 2019

After MPs expenses, Mozart and the Middle East, Mark Thomas turns to another topic that’s close to his heart – and vents his spleen with vigour in what’s a compelling and carefully-constructed monologue.

The ‘performer and provocateur’ is the son of a retired NHS midwif...

April 12, 2019

Sometimes, as the cast of Hair would tell you, you’ve just got to let the sunshine in – and this Thursday night programme at the Phil did just that.

With Rossini’s popular and lively Semiramide overture, Paganini’s dazzling First Violin Concerto, and the sunlight upland...

April 10, 2019

It’s proving to be a big year for Lady Lever Art Gallery.

Not only is the Port Sunlight landmark set to showcase the work of Dutch Master Rembrandt, but it has now also announced an exhibition of work by French great Henri Matisse.

The venue will play host to Matisse: Dr...

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