It’s no surprise to us that the Fiesta Bombarda tribe have been taken to the city’s hearts so. In turbulent times, it’s good to know there’s a night out there with one thing on its agenda: for everyone to have a fothermucking good time. And this year, they’re not changing the recipe: just throwing more [...]
Hot Rum Cow magazine PUBLISHING A magazine all about drink? Correct. The second issue of this great little independent mag’s just been published, and inside you can find everything from a visit to Britain’s smallest pub, a guide on how to make a cider press, and a nostalgic look at everyone’s favourite trashy tipple, Babycham. [...]
Emerging Liverpool theatre group stages an alternative to traditional Halloween fare in The Real Monsters at The Casa and Williamson Tunnels.
February brings a raft of new productions, from a world premiere to the first efforts of new Liverpool theatre companies to the Playhouse’s new blockbuster. Opera glasses at the ready – here are seven theatre picks for the next month.
What if Liverpool was still a global economic centre? Head to the Williamson Tunnels to find out.
It’s not just the relaunch of Erics that’s bringing the spirit of 78 back again. The Williamson Tunnels sees legendary, ‘lost’ post-punk poet, Vic Godard back in town…
Acclaimed London psych-pop band rope in some impressive support for their tunnels gig this weekend.
Beach boys pop meets Bacharach hummability with Sean O’Hagan’s High Llamas. Still sprightly after all these years, they haul up at the Williamson Tunnels this weekend.
Erland and the Carnival bring joyous, pop-edged folk to the cavernous surroundings of the Williamson Tunnels this Friday, and they’ve invited a couple of the city’s best to join them…
You have to wear a hard hat and scramble underground to visit The Surface Collective’s temporary gallery. But you’ll be glad you made the effort.
A subterranean labyrinth, built by a lunatic philanthropist, forgotten for decades, now opened up to the public? What’s not to like?
How to have a birthday party: invite Danny Howells, hire out a tunnel, rave. Repeat for six hours.
Feel your clubbing venues are a little sterile? How about partying in a tunnel? Freeze, at The Williamson Tunnels offers the most atmospheric clubbing experience in town: albeit a rather damp and claustrophobic one. Their ‘Rave in a Cave’ nights have attracted an eclectic and from EBTG’s Ben Watt to house legend Nick Warren. If [...]
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