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June 28, 2019
Shops and restaurants will spill out into the road when the annual Celebrating Bold Street returns next weekend.
Food, drink, and music from some of Liverpool’s most talented up-and-coming performers will be on offer on Sunday, July 7.
There will also be family-friendly...
Benidorm star Tony Maudsley will return home for Christmas to tread the boards at the Liverpool Empire.
The Kirkby-born actor will take on the role of Kenneth the Cabin Boy in Qdos Entertainments’ pantomime Peter Pan.
He will join fellow cast members John Evans – returni...
Liam Gallagher is heading for Liverpool as part of a solo tour this autumn.
The former Oasis frontman – who played Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage last weekend - will appear at the M&S Bank Arena on November 21.
Tickets for the Liverpool gig cost between £33.85 and £62.15 an...
June 18, 2019
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival is taking place in the city and the 2019 event has the theme of Shadow and Light.
Music, art, performance, theatre, talks, workshops and family-friendly events are running from July 5-14.
The theme was inspired by Beau Beausoleil’s exhibition...
Disco superstars and funk legends Nile Rodgers and CHIC will headline this year’s Liverpool International Music Festival in Sefton Park.
The influential multi award-winning American musician, songwriter and producer returns to the city after appearing at the then Echo A...
June 17, 2019
Performing a play set in ‘fair’ Verona is always a gamble in an English summer where the light from yonder window breaking is currently being accompanied by wind and rain.
But open-air theatre only stops for lightning, and Liverpool audiences – here ensconced beneath a...
June 16, 2019
The UK’s largest celebration of African music and culture returns to Sefton Park this weekend for two days of free festival fun.
Africa Oyé will bring some of the best African and Afro-Caribbean rhythms to the South Liverpool park on Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 2...
June 15, 2019
It’s all aboard at Tate Liverpool this summer for an artistic adventure with a difference.
While the Royal Albert Dock gallery is showcasing the first major UK exhibition of Keith Haring on its fourth floor, in the ground floor Wolfson Gallery visitors can go on a very...
It’s not uncommon for the RLPO to produce a gloriously cinematic sound.
But a whole evening? That’s certainly what you get when you present a programme packed with the rich, round, heart-swelling, neoromanticism of John Williams.
This triumphant concert, repeated tonight...
June 14, 2019
A new piece of art has been unveiled on the Liverpool Plinth.
Split Decision will be on show on the site - at Liverpool Parish Church on the waterfront - for the next 12 months.
The vibrant 4.5 metre (15ft) multicoloured sculpture explores themes of mental health and de...