What’s on in Liverpool November 2017 | Event listings

What’s on in Liverpool November 2017 Event listings: 4 November – 16 November 2017 Words by Erin Scullin  4 November  Liverpool Welsh Choral  Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral To celebrate 50 years of the iconic cathedral, the Liverpool Welsh Choral will deliver a special musical performance. The group, which was then known as the Liverpool Welsh Choral Union, ... Read More...

What’s on in Liverpool: 19 – 31 May 2017

What's on in Liverpool What's on in Liverpool: Event listings for 19 - 31 May 2017 20 May Clean Cut Kid  O2 Academy The O2 Academy welcomes local stars Clean Cut Kid, fresh from the release of their debut album ‘FELT’.21 May An Afternoon with Jacqueline Wilson St George's Hall The much-loved children’s author on how she created some of ... Read More...

What’s on in Liverpool: 21 April – 4 May 2017

What’s on in Liverpool Event listings for 21 April – 4 May 2017 April 21 April - 20 May The Lonesome West Royal Court ‘In Bruges’ filmmaker Martin McDonagh brings his darkly comic play about the shocking and murderous goings-on in the Western Ireland town of Leenane to Liverpool.22 April Night of Championship Boxing Echo Arena Liverpool St Helens fighter ... Read More...

What’s on in Liverpool: 10 – 23 March 2017

What's on in Liverpool Event listings for 10 - 23 March 2017 10 March Emma Haughton Cornerstone Theatre Clarinettist Emma Haughton heads to Liverpool Hope University’s Creative Campus venue and explores progressivism in the 20th and 21st centuries, performing pieces by the likes of Elliot Carter and Louis Cahuzac.11-12 March MCM Comic Con Exhibition Centre Liverpool A two-day ... Read More...

What’s on Liverpool: Event listings (19 Aug – 1 Sep)

What's on Liverpool: Event listings August 20 August The Footman Tours St George’s Hall For the first time in a century, the public can experience every nook and cranny of the Grade I-listed St George’s Hall, including the recently discovered lost tunnels below.20 August Julian Marley District Grammy-nominated reggae star Julian 'Ju Ju' Marley will bring good vibrations ... Read More...

A celebration of Shakespeare

This April will commemorate 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. Hundreds of events are planned across the country to mark the occasion, with plenty happening here on Merseyside.To make sure you don’t miss out, Your Move has tracked down the best and most unique performances and plays taking ... Read More...

Liverpool recognised as UNESCO City of Music

Liverpool has been declared a City of Music, joining the select few destinations across the globe to attain the title.UNESCO, which awarded Liverpool ‘World Heritage Site’ status in 2004, has recognised the city’s musical offering which has given the world the likes of The Beatles and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (RLPO), confirming ... Read More...