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What’s on in Liverpool September 2017 | Event listings

What’s on in Liverpool September 2017

Event listings: 8 – 21 September 2017

Words by Lawrence Saunders

 

9 September
The Curve Fashion Festival
Exhibition Centre Liverpool
Back for the third year running, The Curve Fashion Festival is a celebration of body positivity and a place to check the latest trends in plus size fashion.

10 September
Official Bluecoat 300th Birthday Tea Party
Bluecoat
A special afternoon tea party organised to mark the 300th birthday of Liverpool city centre’s oldest building with live music, a BBQ and cupcake decorating for children.

> Related | News: Prince Edward to visit Bluecoat

11 September
Dick Valentine
Maguire’s Pizza Bar
Join Electric Six founder and vocalist Dick Valentine for an evening of acoustic music and humorous chat.

13 September
An Evening with Lucy Watson
Waterstones
‘Made in Chelsea’ star and committed vegan Lucy Watson visits Liverpool to discuss her new cookbook ‘Feed Me Vegan’ before a Q&A session and book signing.

14-15 September
Stewart Lee: Content Provider
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Stewart Lee’s first full-length show since the award-winning ‘Carpet Remnant World’ comes after four years of writing and performing his TV show ‘Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle’.

16 September
World Boxing Super Series
Echo Arena Liverpool
The battle for the inaugural Muhammad Ali Trophy begins with Liverpool’s Callum Smith taking on undefeated Swedish star Erik Skoglund.

> Related | Interview: Liverpool’s boxing world champion Liam Smith

17 September
Fire EX.
The Magnet
The Taiwanese-born Canada-based punk rock quartet bring their socially aware songs to Hardman Street.

19 September
WAH w/ Darkzy
24 Kitchen Street
Worried About Henry presents Nottingham’s bassline house sensation Darkzy at the Baltic’s hottest venue.

21 September
Pat Shortt
Liverpool Irish Centre
One of Ireland’s most well regarded comedians, Pat Shortt is perhaps better known on this side of the Irish Sea for his turn as offbeat Craggy Island resident Tom on ‘Father Ted’.

 

About Author: Lawrence Saunders

Lawrence is a journalist at Your Move. He can be contacted via email at lawrence@movepublishing.co.uk or by phone on 0151 709 3871.