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What’s on in Liverpool: 14-27 October 2016

What’s on in Liverpool: 14-27 October 2016


14 October
Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto
Philharmonic Hall
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s principal clarinet Benjamin Mellefont will perform Mozart’s famous ‘Clarinet Concerto’, sandwiched between renditions of Berlioz’s ‘Overture, Béatrice et Bénédict’ and Shostakovich’s ‘Symphony No.5’.

14 October
Gifts from the Gods: Animal Mummies Revealed
World Museum (until 26 February)
Mummified jackals, crocodiles, cats and birds from ancient Egypt go on display at the World Museum alongside a collection of artwork, photographs, historical artefacts and journals.

> Read our first-hand review of this fascinating exhibition

15 October
Picturehouse at FACT
A chance to see the Bela Lugosi-fronted vampire classic on the big screen at FACT as a warm-up for Halloween.

19 October
You Me At Six
O2 Academy
Surrey five-piece You Me At Six bring their alternative rock catalogue to the O2 Academy as part of a nationwide tour to promote their fourth studio album.

21 October
Yves Klein
Tate Liverpool (until 5 March)
The work of French artist Yves Klein will be gathered at a UK venue for the first time in 20 years as Tate Liverpool launches its latest exhibition, including major exhibits never before seen on these shores.

21-22 October
Sol Bernstein
The Slaughter House
Steve Jameson’s comic creation Sol Berstein delivers a two-gig stint, sharing the bill with Patrick Monahan, Vince Atta and Alun Cochrane. ‘Peep Show’ star Neil Fitzmaurice will handle MC duties.

22 October
Echo Arena Liverpool
Multi-platinum selling rock band Nickelback head to Liverpool as part of their 10th world tour, with support from fellow Canadian rockers Monster Truck.

22-23 October
North West Fashion Festival
St George’s Hall
The region’s top brands and designers will flock to St George’s Hall for a celebration of all things fashion. Beauty tips and makeovers from celebrity stylists, runway shows and fashion exhibitions are on the agenda.

26 October
Unity Theatre
This multi award-winning show from Worklight Theatre combines comedy, storytelling and spoken word to tell a tale of mixed heritage culture and immigration in Britain, set against the backdrop of ’90s Devon.

> View our full what’s on guide for Liverpool

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