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What’s on in Liverpool February 2018 | Event listings

What’s on in Liverpool February 2018

Event listings: 9-18 February 2018

Words by Christine Toner

9-17 February
Gandeys Circus
Aintree Racecourse
Featuring a dizzying array of internationally acclaimed and award-winning aerial talents, acrobats, clowns and full-scale musical routines.

9-18 February
Thresholds: The Adjacent Possible
The Tapestry
A thought-provoking exhibition from the Liverpool-based Not Just Collective, featuring multi-disciplinary work from over 40 artists on the subject of ‘borders, barriers, transition and liminality’.

9 February
Humble Abode: Residents 
Shipping Forecast
Humble Abode’s resident DJ’s Hector Lee, Scherbatsky and Stolz will provide an eclectic mix of house, techno and disco from 10pm till 3am.

10 February
Tainted Love
Camp and Furnace
For the very best in 80s hits covering Madonna to The Smiths to New Order and everything in between, look no further than the latest instalment of this ever-popular club night. 

13 February
Martin Carr/Satin Beige
LEAF on Bold Street
The former songwriter, guitarist and creative force behind The Boo Radleys, Martin Carr performs at LEAF to mark the release of his third album. He’s joined on the bill by Satin Beige.

14 February
Singles Speed Dating Cocktail Masterclass
Revolution St Peters Square
Single? Aged 18-35? Hard up for things to do on Valentine’s day? Why not combine the chance to meet a potential love interest with a 90-minute cocktail making session curated by a team of experts.

17 February
Liverpool Comedy Club 
The Bentley
Liverpool Comedy Club is gaining a brisk reputation for hosting some of the best comedians on the circuit and this show should prove no exception. Featuring stand-up from Geoff Norcott, ‘the UK’s only declared Conservative comedian’ and irreverent local compere Brendan Riley.

17 February
The Sounds of Black Uhuru (1977-1985)
Mykal Rose is widely regarded as one of the most distinctive and popular singers to have emerged from Jamaica in the 1970s, achieving both international fame and success with Black Uhuru. This performance will see him revisit some of his most defining works.

17 February
IWF Substation
Hot Club presents a tropical Valentine’s BBQ and bubble party in the Invisible Wind Factory’s basement space. There’ll be live music, free BBQ food while supply lasts and bubble machines. Tropical dress is encouraged!

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