• What's on Liverpool: Event listings

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

What’s on Liverpool: Event listings


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
Grammy-nominated reggae star Julian ‘Ju Ju’ Marley will bring good vibrations to the Jordan Street venue District, playing hits including ‘Boom Draw’ and ‘Lemme Go’ with backing from his 11-piece band.

21 August
Louise Live
Epstein Theatre
YouTube sensation Louise Penkland, AKA Sprinkle of Glitter, will return to the Epstein to regale fans with stories about dating and life as a famous vlogger.

21 August
The Wind in the Willows
Sefton Park Palm House
Woolton Drama Group present their take on family favourite ‘The Wind in the Willows’ as Mole, Rat, Mr Toad and Badger descend on Sefton Park Palm House.

23 August
Minecraft Hack Day
Central Library
Youngsters will have the chance to learn the basics of computer coding at Central Library during a workshop which aims to equip them with enough know-how to hack into the video game phenomenon ‘Minecraft’.

24-30 August
International Beatlemania Week
City Centre
Cavern City Tours presents a six-day celebration of all things Beatles, with special events and live music from 70 bands at venues including the Royal Court, Alma De Cuba and St George’s Hall.

26-29 August
Folk on the Dock Festival
Albert Dock
Albert Dock will play host to a brand new festival dedicated to folk, acoustic and roots music. Highlights include sets from singer-songwriter Henry Priestman, acoustic duo Gilmore and Roberts and multi-instrumentalist John Loomes.

27-28 August
Sarah Millican
Echo Arena
Multi-award-winning comedian Sarah Millican will bring her repertoire of gag-packed anecdotes to the Liverpool waterfront with a two-night stint at the Echo Arena as part of her fourth stand-up tour.


1 September
In a Right State
The Unity Theatre team presents a damning indictment of the government’s ‘neo-liberal austerity agenda’ with a focus on the NHS and the struggles of those who fought to create the welfare state.

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