Winter Arts Market makes mini return to Liverpool...
November 30, 2020
FACT reopens with new film and food plans for its...
Christmas At Yours with Terry Titter and festive c...
November 29, 2020
Liverpool Independents Biennial 2021 reveals first...
November 28, 2020
Liverpool Tier 2 means Christmas cheer for city ar...
November 26, 2020
Lewis's Building joins Liverpool Biennial loca...
Review: RLPO plays with Julian Bliss at Philharmon...
Blackler's Santa returns to Museum of Liverpoo...
November 24, 2020
Liverpool DaDaFest translates 2020 packed programm...
November 20, 2020
Christmas Cabaret comes to Liverpool Everyman this...
November 18, 2020
August 29, 2020
When the Philharmonic Hall reopens its doors on October 1 it will become the first major Liverpool entertainment venue to welcome back live audiences.
It means the series of 14 socially distanced concerts – a mixture of ‘full’ orchestra, Ensemble 10/10 and smaller recit...
Liverpool Laughterhouse is due to reopen its doors to comedy fans at the end of September.
And ahead of that the popular comedy club is announcing its return with a pair of shows as part of the new Liverpool Theatre Festival.
Comedy fans will be able to enjoy a laugh at...
August 27, 2020
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic is to stage a series socially distanced live concerts in plans to re-start its disrupted 2020/21 season.
But just 240 concertgoers will be allowed into the 1,700-seat Philharmonic Hall auditorium for each hour-long performance, with the...
Live performance has returned to the city with the inaugural Liverpool Theatre Festival taking place at the Bombed Out Church.
The nine-day outdoor festival programme was due to open on Friday, September 11 with actor Andrew Lancel performing Jonathan Harvey’s Swan Song...
August 23, 2020
Liverpool’s most talented street musicians are being called on to perform next weekend as part of the city’s Without Walls initiative.
Life in Theatre Productions has been commissioned to stage Bev’s Busking Bonanza in Williamson Square on Saturday, August 29.
August 22, 2020
New year, new beginnings? We can certainly hope that 2021 proves a very different 12 months to 2020 – particularly for theatre.
And there is a glimmer of light for lovers of live performance.
Because the fact programmes and seasons have been hit hard by the Coronavirus p...
August 20, 2020
Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse has teamed up with director Emma Rice’s Wise Children company to present a special Northern online screening of her new production.
A live performance of Romantics Anonymous will be streamed to city audiences on September 22.
The show, a co...
August 19, 2020
A charity set up by the late Sir Ken Dodd is set to increase its investment in the new Shakespeare North Playhouse by almost half-a-million pounds.
The Ken Dodd Charitable Foundation, controlled by his widow Anne, Lady Dodd, had initially pledged £250,000 to the ambitio...
August 18, 2020
Merseyside Maritime Museum has reopened, giving visitors the first glimpse of a completely new gallery which celebrates Life on Board.
The overhaul of the Royal Albert Dock venue’s second floor gallery space was a week away from being unveiled when the Coronavirus lockd...
August 14, 2020
The national tour of Matthew Bourne’s Nutcracker! has been put back by 12 months because of the ongoing restrictions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The New Adventures version of Tchaikovsky’s sugar sweet favourite, which was previously seen in Liverpool in 2012, wa...