What’s on in Liverpool November 2017
Event listings: 17 November – 30 November 2017
Words by Natasha Young
Tate Liverpool (until 18 March 2018)
An exhibition highlighting the significant artist’s pivotal role in the development of modern art in Britain, as well as his transition from representation to abstraction.
The Hartlepool Monkey
A stage version of the legend of the chimpanzee who made it to Hartlepool’s shore after the French ship of which he was a mascot ran aground, only to be mistaken for a spy and condemned to a life-or-death trial. It features puppetry from Gyre & Gamble, the original ‘War Horse’ puppeteers.
Camp and Furnace
Fashionistas are in for a treat as the pop-up sample sale returns, featuring international designers and homegrown talent and lifestyle, fashion, beauty and gifting labels under one roof.
For Love or Money
Blake Morrison has adapted Alain-Rene Lesage’s 12th Century comedy ‘Turcaret’ to create a story of wealth and lies in this Northern Broadsides production.
The Cameroonian singer-songwriter performs his new album in the Liverpool Philharmonic venue as part of Africa Oyé’s 25th anniversary celebrations.
The Concert Room, St. George’s Hall
The comedian and star of TV shows including ‘Taskmaster’ and ‘Stand Up for the Week’ brings his new stand-up routine to the city as part of a nationwide tour.
Arts Club Theatre
See the Britpop era-formed band, who returned after a hiatus with their ‘Anarchy and Alchemy’ album, perform live at Seel Street’s Arts Club.
Scouting for Girls
O2 Academy Liverpool
The band celebrates 10 years since the release of its self-titled debut album with a live show in the city.
The Welsh musician and Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci frontman stops off in Liverpool as part of a tour of his latest solo album ‘House Arrest’.