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May 28, 2019
Spymonkey returns to the Liverpool Playhouse this week following its seasonal success with A Christmas Carol.
The Brighton-based theatre company, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, presents its gothic romance Cooped from June 4-8.
It’s one of a small nu...
Cinema’s influence on the visual arts is explored in a new exhibition opening at the Walker Art Gallery this week.
As Seen on Screen, which runs from May 31 to August 18, is the latest exhibition in a partnership between the Liverpool gallery and the Arts Council Collec...
May 27, 2019
Liverpool-based TurnTable Theatre is set to showcase the result of its latest work in the rehearsal room in three performances at the Invisible Wind Factory this week.
Four to the Floor will see creatives from the company presenting around 85 minutes of material in a pr...
The YEP Directors' Festival is being staged at the Liverpool Everyman.
Theatregoers will have the chance to see six plays over a fortnight from June 3 to June 15, directed by half-a-dozen up and coming new directors.
All the shows – which take place in the Ev1 space at t...
May 26, 2019
Sketches by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn have gone on show at the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
Rembrandt in Print features 50 of the world-famous artist’s finest etchings and drypoints in a show which marks the 350th anniversary of his death.
The prints, on loan from Oxfor...
Boisterous Theatre Company returns to the Liverpool Royal Court stage this week with a revival of Barbara Phillips’ play Misunderstood?
Leila and Nathan are living by their principles and on the breadline. Ritchie's the big man with the money but Patsy wants more. Kelly...
May 25, 2019
Liverpool’s Fabric District Arts Festival is returning for a second year with a busy programme of fashion happenings, art events and exhibitions, walks and film screenings.
The theme of this year’s festival – taking place from June 7-9 – is This Social Fabric and it aim...
Last summer some of the UK’s leading companies converged on Liverpool to pledge a year-round programme of opera for city audiences.
Glyndebourne, Welsh National Opera, Scottish Opera and Opera North all committed to bringing the best of the powerful artform to Liverpool...
May 24, 2019
Daniel Kitson, Nigel Slater’s Toast and a new production of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein are among the autumn season at Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.
The Playhouse will also host two new touring musicals – Little Miss Sunshine and Amelie – which were announced earlie...
The RLPO has released a new version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic – and Liverpool FC anthem – You’ll Never Walk Alone.
The single features Liverpool-born international mezzo soprano Jennifer Johnston (pictured) and comes a week before Liverpool plays Spurs in t...