• Liverpool event guide - August September 2017

Liverpool event guide: August – September 2017

Liverpool event guide: August – September 2017


3 August
The Mario Lanza Story
Epstein Theatre
The life of Mario Lanza performed by Victor Michael.

5 August
Feel Good Festival
Court Hey Park
Packed with activities to improve your health and wellbeing.

5-6 August
Hope and Glory Festival
St George’s Hall
Headliners James will be joined by the likes of Razorlight and Ocean Colour Scene.

> Related | Full line-up revealed for Liverpool’s first Hope & Glory festival

7 August
Regina Spektor
Liverpool Empire
The singer-songwriter returns to the UK to tour new album ‘Remember Us to Life’.

11 August
My Life Story
Arts Club
The Britpop favourites make a return to Liverpool, 22 years after their debut album was released.

21 August
Conor Oberst
02 Academy
The singer-songwriter and founding member of Bright Eyes tours his new album.

24-27 August
The highlight of the dance music calendar returns for its 20th year.

> Related | Nation’s main room to be reconstructed at Creamfields for Cream fans

26-28 August
Folk on the Dock
Albert Dock
Expect stunning melodies and lyrical mastery as Folk on the Dock is back.

27 August
Simply Dylan
Liverpool Philharmonic
Celebrate the work of the great Bob Dylan from the 1970s onwards.


1 September
The Greatest Love of All
St Helens Theatre Royal
The tale of Whitney Houston’s rise to stardom.

2 September
The Hummingbirds
Arts Club
The local favourites bring their infectious melodies to the Seel Street venue.

7-16 September
Cilla The Musical
Liverpool Empire
A new stage show charting the life of the Liverpool star premieres in the city.

> Related | Cilla musical set to premier in Liverpool

18-23 September
Shirley Valentine
Floral Pavilion
The much loved story of the Liverpool housewife who changes her life.

19-20 September
Micky Flanagan
Echo Arena Liverpool
The stand-up comedy star comes to the city.

21-24 September
Last Train to Auschwitz
Epstein Theatre
The powerful performance tracks a group of women as they take a final journey to the notorious camp.

28 September – 28 October
YNWA: The Story of Liverpool Football Club
Royal Court
From Houlding to Klopp, how the Reds came to be.

28 September
The Tin Drum
Mike Shepherd directs a new version of Günter Grass’ famous novel.

29 September
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Sharleen Spiteri and the band return to touring.


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