Homotopia invites LGBTQIA artists to Show Your Wor...
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
Review: Swan Song at Liverpool Bombed Out Church *...
September 20, 2020
Review: Something About Simon at Liverpool Bombed...
Liverpool dot-art gallery showcases two new colour...
September 18, 2020
Lady Lever Art Gallery to reopen to visitors after...
September 17, 2020
Storyhouse to stage A Christmas Carol this festive...
September 16, 2020
John Bishop Liverpool tour dates and ticket detail...
September 15, 2020
Homotopia returns for 2020 with a programme of events taking place outdoors and online under the theme of Show Your Working.
The UK’s longest-running annual celebration of LGBTQIA culture runs from October 29 to November 15 promising a rich mix of theatre, spoken word,...
Man Booker Prize winner Marlon James is among the line-up in a series of online events planned for Liverpool Black History Month.
The city’s Writing on the Wall has brought together a programme of performance, film, writing, discussion and debate between October 1-31 fe...
Halloween panto comes to Liverpool’s Bombed Out Church next month when Succour Punch Theatre presents BoJo’s World.
The half-term Covid-safe – Covid-themed - pantomime production will be performed from October 26-30 at the Leece Street landmark.
The dreaded Assassin Bug...
Liverpool Irish Festival is being staged online for 2020 with Patrick Kielty among those taking part in the October event.
Tickets are now available for the festival which runs from October 15-25.
This year’s festival explores the theme of exchange through art, conversat...
It was due to open Liverpool Theatre Festival with a flourish, but Swan Song turned out instead to be an altogether more apt finale to this busy week of live performances.
Jonathan Harvey’s wily monologue was premiered at Edinburgh and at the Hampstead Theatre back in 1...
What were your plans for this autumn? For Gary Edward Jones there was the exciting prospect of New York and a substantial off-Broadway residency.
But then Rosie, the queen of Corona intervened to throw a spanner in the works, and Jones like the rest of us was less Homew...
Liverpool gallery dot-art is behind two new exhibitions on show in the city this autumn including one at Liverpool Cathedral.
View from a Window, which opens next week at its own gallery space in Queen Arcade, off Castle Street, features a new collection from dot-art me...
The Lady Lever Art Gallery is set to reopen to visitors at the end of this month as National Museums Liverpool brings its final venues back to life.
The Port Sunlight attraction will be joined by Sudley House in Mossley Hill and Seized! – the Border & Customs uncovered...
It’s bah humbug to Coronavirus at Storyhouse with news that the venue is set to stage A Christmas Carol over the festive season.
The new Storyhouse Originals production of the Dickens’ favourite will open at the Chester cultural venue on November 7 for an eight-week run...
Comedian John Bishop will be Right Here, Right Now at the M&S Bank Arena – in 2022.
The Liverpool-born funnyman is bringing his world tour to the Liverpool waterfront for two dates on March 4 and 5.
The tour is due to open in Peterborough in September next year and will...