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October 1, 2020
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September 30, 2020
Sudley House offers visitors views of Home and Awa...
September 29, 2020
Liverpool Doddy Day to spread Happiness across the...
September 28, 2020
Homotopia invites audiences to join and Show Your...
September 25, 2020
Liverpool Black History Month promises an inspirat...
September 24, 2020
BoJo's World the Panto at the Bombed Out Churc...
September 23, 2020
Liverpool Irish Festival announces 10 day online p...
September 21, 2020
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April 9, 2019
There are two things that are hard to believe about Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake.
One is that next year this modern classic is a quarter-of-century old. And the second is that there were ever some naysayers who couldn’t envisage – or wouldn’t countenance – male swans at a...
Liverpool Art Fair returns for 2019 – and at a new location.
The annual event, which gives people the chance to see and buy amazing pieces by contemporary artists, will be staged in the Metquarter.
Its new home follows two years on the city’s waterfront. Previous locatio...
April 8, 2019
Rising stars in the art world are showcasing their work in a new exhibition at the Bluecoat.
Survey features the work of 15 artists from across the UK who were chosen from a long list of 72 nominated by established artists including Ryan Gander and Rachel Maclean.
April 7, 2019
The Wizard of Oz celebrates its 80th birthday this year, so it’s no surprise there are so many theatres laying down a yellow brick road.
Merseyside has three Easter shows which promise to transport audiences to the merry old land of Oz.
First out of the starting blocks i...
April 5, 2019
The harpsichord and its kissing cousins the virginal and spinet have become synonymous with the sound of the 17th and early 18th century – the Renaissance and the Baroque.
But the instrument also has an atmospheric Levantine quality to it which makes it an evocative voi...
April 4, 2019
Racial tensions simmer both inside and outside the home in this vibrant but uncomfortable family drama from Eclipse Theatre Company.
Nominally set against the backdrop of the Bristol Bus Boycott of 1963, when campaigners took to the streets to protest the city bus compa...
April 3, 2019
The Royal Liver Building has thrown open the doors of its new ‘RLB360’ tour to the public for the first time.
The tour will take visitors on a century-long odyssey through the iconic grade I listed building, and from the basement to the top of the towers where the famed...
April 1, 2019
They’re off to see the Wizard at the Epstein Theatre this month – and there are a few familiar faces on the Yellow Brick Road.
They include X Factor’s Sean Smith and Lola Saunders as the Tin Man and Dorothy respectively, Lewis Pryor as the Scarecrow, and Claire Simmo as...