An extraordinary life, a lasting legacy, a singularly complex individual. But does the new J. Edgar biopic capture its leading character in all his dubious glory?
Vinny Lawrenson-Woods manages to sit through The Iron Lady for the SevenStreets review. We only wish he’d get off the fence…
A triumphant way to usher in the next hundred years? Or did the Playhouse’s latest production die on its feet? Jamie Bowman reviews The Ladykillers.
At long last the Open Eye Gallery re-opens to the public at Mann Island with an unusual breakfast event and talk from photographer Mitch Epstein. Rachel Gardner (she’s American, you know) was there too…
Ethereal, emotional and electrifying. Laura Brown is utterly enraptured by Lanterns on the Lake, at Leaf for Liverpool Music Week.
Another glowing batch of reviews for Lizzie Nunnery – and another sign that this Liverpool songwriter and dramatist is the one to watch.
For a short season only, Scorsese’s unblinking eye captures, vividly, the life, times and singular journey of the spiritual Beatle. Don’t miss it.
Kevin Smith’s new film tackles the weightiest of subjects – but, asks Vinny Lawrenson-Woods, can he do it with his customary lightness of touch?
Look, we’re not even going to attempt a single rhyming couplet in this review. How could we, when we’ve just sat through a masterclass?
The must-see monster movie of the season? Forget Hollywood, look north for an icy blast of Arctic black comedy.
How was it for you? Andrew Robinson enjoys some Whiskey in the Jar, and a personal serenade at this year’s Mathew Street Festival, while John Johnson captured it all on camera.
Another Beatles reinvention? Sean Harris samples a highly strung alternative to the karaoke of Mathew Street (our review of which later), and finds, sometimes, it’s best to leave well alone…
You want authentic Thai? Best head away from Liverpool ONE, then. We visit Thai Kitchen and sample some surefooted street cuisine…
Don’t fancy the surreal Belgian? Don’t worry, there’s lots more to see – that’s free – at The Tate this summer.
Stephanie Heneghan gets carried away with it all – but keeps her leopard print shoes on – at this year’s Pride festival.
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