Was it third time lucky for Doug Stanhope in Liverpool?
Doug Stanhope returns to Liverpool, having previously vowed never to return. This should be fun.
Something new to us. ‘Revered’ Indian singer Kailash Kher at the Philharmonic – we have reason to believe it will be good.
Mike Scott’s legendary pop ensemble visit a sold out Phil for a career-spanning set. Alan O’Hare reviews…
March is shaping up to be a huge month for comedy – Che Burnley rounds up the month’s Liverpool funnies.
Ashtrays thrown against the wall, slideshows and dissonant rhythms. It’s all in a night’s work for Gary Lucas’s Beefheart masterclass at the Rodewald.
We have a quiz to test every inch of your intellect – and get you out the house too. At stake? Some brill Liverpool-related prizes….
When money’s too tight to mention, where can you go for a quick pick me up – an illicit, but good value personal indulgence? Oh, apart from there… Here are a few of our favourite little luxuries.
The Philharmonic Hall flings open its doors to the Liverpool Irish Festival once again for a celebration of song
The city’s food and drink quarter plays host to theatre, music and tonnes of tasty grub at this family friendly day.
A selection of shows on sale this weekend for less than the price of a pint. Thanks, Philharmonic!
How many people could you legitimately call a living legend? Not many, but Jimmy Cliff is one.
Southport’s very own Michael Weston King brings his brand new record to the Philharmonic this royal wedding weekend.
Our first impression on who wins and who loses out from the latest round of Arts Council England funding decisions.
Alan O’Hare meets The Waterboys’ Mike Scott, ahead of his lyrical tribute to Yates at The Phil. The poet. Not the wine lodge…
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