Legendary film director heads to Liverpool to celebrate queer arts and culture festival’s tenth birthday.
Weekly ‘no stags; no hens; comedy night Four Candles has a welath of chucklesome riches coming over the Summer. Here are just seven highlights.
This production of Blue Remembered Hills is as perfect an evocation of the casual cruelties and wonders of childhood as you will see.
Four writers, four actors and four stories exploring what it is to live in the North – and be Northern.
Two legendary sci-fi icons can be seen on the silver screen at FACT this week.
If you yearn for the days when comedians had something important and meaningful to say, when comedy wasn’t just about panel game shows or comics finding quirky means of transport to do travelogues, there is a show for you this week. Transatlantic Fury, a two night double header of savage political satire featuring British comedy [...]
Fast, funny, lewd and oddly touching, Di Is Dead is a perfect combination of writer, performer and venue.
With laughs and shocks sitting side-by-side, this take on …Joe Egg is a troubling but rewarding production of one of theatre’s modern classics.
The Mousetrap doesn’t hold too many surprises 60 years on but is as comfortingly enjoyable as a Sunday night in front of the TV and fire.
New Year’s Eve is a special time in Wolstenholme Square. And we’re not talking about Tiësto flying in for a two hour set. Oh no. We’re talking about the continuing adventures of folk who live next door (well, we say next door. In some ways, they could well live a million light years distant). We’re [...]
Liverpool’s got a decent record of championing fringe cinema – with everything from bleak Scandinavian ennui at the Nordic Church’s film club, to the much-missed Sunday afternoon sessions at the CUC.There’s something about the city that encourages us all to gather in dimly lit rooms to be transported to another place. As we can do [...]
Despite its breakneck pace there’s plenty to enjoy in this new adaptation of Philip Pullman’s dark, modern fairytale
A new production to be staged in the Bombed-Out Church, will take an offbeat look at homelessness and boasts stunning photography from Lee Jeffries.
TiLT’s first dance platform of 2013 sees a number of local dance practitioners heading to The Kazimier.
An odd set-up and committed performances from Liverpool’s next generation of theatre creatives make for something refreshingly different from the YEP.
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