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What’s on in Liverpool: 25 Aug – 7 Sep 2017 | Event listings

What’s on in Liverpool

Event listings: 11 – 24 August 2017

26-27 August
Liverpool Prosecco Festival
Camp & Furnace
Prosecco lovers unite as Camp & Furnace promises ‘the ultimate celebration’ of the popular drink. Get ready to immerse yourself in fizz for an afternoon or evening as connoisseurs fly in from Northern Italy.

27 August
Absolute Opera
Lady Lever Art Gallery
An hour-long opera performance featuring internationally renowned artists including tenor Roy Weissensteiner.

27 August
Alex Cameron
The Shipping Forecast
From entertainer, singer and showman Alex Cameron comes an evening of exultance and celebration, joined by saxophonist Roy Molloy. His show is sure to be a memorable experience filled with creativity.

31 August
Bye Bye Baby
St George’s Hall
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons tribute band Bye Bye Baby has been putting on shows all over the UK and delighting audiences with classics such as ‘Can’t Take my Eyes off You’, ‘Who Loves You’ and, of course, ‘Bye Bye Baby’.

31 August
Romeo and Juliet
St James Mount and Gardens
Theatre company Oddsocks returns to Liverpool with an energetic performance of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ that’s reminiscent of how it would probably have been performed in Shakespeare’s day. Plus there’s the added bonus of humour and musical numbers.

1 September
Sound Food and Drink
Liverpool alternative/indie band Seprona return to their roots for this exclusive gig, hosted on Duke Street to promote their new single.

2 September
Roddy Woomble
O2 Academy Liverpool
The Idlewild frontman Roddy Woomble gets set to perform a headline show at the Hotham Street venue ahead of the release of his new album.

7-16 September
Cilla the Musical
Liverpool Empire
Based on the hit ITV biopic starring Sheridan Smith, this new stage show and its chosen star Kara Hayworth promise a feel-good experience with plenty of heart. Expect classic ‘60s songs such as ‘Anyone Who Had a Heart’, ‘Alfie’ and ‘Twist and Shout’.

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