What’s on in Liverpool January 2018
Event listings: 13 January 2018 – 25 January 2018
Words by Natasha Young
Celebrating Sgt Pepper: Live
Echo Arena Liverpool
The waterfront venue celebrates its 10th birthday with a performance of the seminal album by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Bootleg Beatles.
Maguire’s Pizza Bar
Punk rockers Consumed perform at the Renshaw Street gig venue, with support from The Down and Outs and The Hunx.
Warhol to Walker: American prints from pop art to today
The Atkinson, Southport (until 10 March)
Focusing on contemporary and modern printmaking, this display features nine key works from the British Museum’s print collection.
Larry Achiampong Statement: Relic Traveller
The Albert Dock gallery screens Achiampong’s new multi-disciplinary work, incorporating performance, audio, moving image and prose across various landscapes and locations.
An Evening With Aggers & Bumble
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
One for the cricket fans and non-lovers of the game alike, as Jonathan ‘Aggers’ Agnew teams up with David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd for a night of no-holds-barred entertainment.
From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads
Adrian Berry’s acclaimed production about David Bowie obsessive Martin, who embarks on a life changing journey in the footsteps of his musical hero.
Until 20 January
The internationally acclaimed, award-winning musical heads to the city stage as part of its latest UK tour.
Liverpool Pride presents: Waiting for B
FACT and Liverpool Pride explore diversity narratives within LGBTQ+ cinema with this screening of ‘Waiting for B’, following a group of Beyonce mega-fans as they camp outside a venue for two months to get front row seats at her show.
Royal Court Liverpool (until 10 February)
ABD Productions celebrates 25 years of its heartwarming, award-winning rags to riches musical.