Finally January is over, all 18 weeks of it, 17 of them spent penniless, stuck in on the sofa watching Splash! (don’t deny it) with one arm wedged down the cushions trying to find any loose change. We know, we lived it. But now it’s February, the rain has stopped, the snow/sleet/slush has cleared and [...]
Don’t look back in anger, celebrate the fag end of the 90s in style, at the Waxxx End of Summer party, at Camp and Furnace this month.
There’s a lot of excuses to celebrate this extended Bank Holiday weekend. And, as far as we can see, none of them involve craggy, be-knighted popstars whipping us into a jingoistic celebration of outdated monarchical hereditary rights. Hurrah for Liverpool.
It’s January, yes. But you’ve just been paid? Possibly. Possibly you’re not working. Anyway, what are we, your careers advisor? It doesn’t matter. Just dance…
In a year which has seen the loss of many of our best-loved venues, and noise abatement orders served on others, moves are afoot to make our city centre even quieter next year. David Lloyd reports.
From Roy Ayres to Andy Weatherall, Gus Gus to the, ahem, Courteeners – the Magnet’s constantly been the source of evenings that are as eclectic as they are entertaining. So, says, Stephanie Heneghan, its return couldn’t be better timed.
Who doesn’t love a bit of dressing up? Who doesn’t love a bit of 90s shell-suit house? Who needs an excuse to raid their mum’s lingerie box? Er…
The gospel according to Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and, er, Danny? It works – you just gotta believe, says Stephanie Heneghan.
Returning son, Mark Ronson, aims to light up the theatre at Chibuku next Friday. Why don’t you come on over?
Making a splash in the city’s club scene, Wasted Heroes’ direct, punchy and day-glo graphics are the totems of choice on the coolest T shirts and flyers around town. Stephanie Heneghan chats to local hero, Russell Reid.
This Easter Sunday, it’s time to worship the trinity of Cox, Carter and Circus. The Holy C never looked so essential.
2ManyDJs return to Chibuku. If we were you, we’d book the next coupla days off…
Can it really be eleven years since Chibuku set up camp in the city? Time flies when you’re having the best nights of your life, says Stephanie Heneghan…
Who said January was the dead zone for clubbing? This Saturday, Laurent Garnier brings his LBS project to Circus, redefining the parameters and redrawing the boundaries. As he’s been doing for the past, oooh, 20 years? As anyone who caught his show at Sankeys last November will know, this is some set up: together with [...]
How to have a birthday party: invite Danny Howells, hire out a tunnel, rave. Repeat for six hours.
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