• What's On in Liverpool October 2017

What’s on in Liverpool October 2017 | Event Listings

What’s on in Liverpool October 2017

Event listings: 6 – 20 October 2017

Words by Lawrence Saunders

7 October 
Belinda Carlisle 
The Olympia
The American singer visits the West Derby Road venue to perform a selection of tracks from her 1987 solo album ‘Heaven On Earth’.

8 October 
Meet James Arthur 
Waterstones
Get up close and personal with the ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’ singer as he signs copies of his new book, ‘Back to the Boy’.

10-14 October
Rita, Sue and Bob Too
Liverpool Playhouse
Original director Max Stafford-Clark returns to take charge of Andrea Dunbar’s semi-autobiographical play, written when she was just 19 years old.

11 October 
Midge Ure, The Christians and Altered Images
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
This authentic 80s triple-header promises nonstop hits from a combined discography spanning over 30 years.

13 October 
In Conversation with Ian Prowse
British Music Experience
Merseyside singer/songwriter and Amsterdam/Pele frontman Ian Prowse joins the British Music Experience for an evening of captivating stories.

14 October 
White Lies
Invisible Wind Factory
London’s post-punk gloom-mongers head to one of the city’s most unique venues with support from Black Honey and Caro.

> Related: 6 things to look forward to in Liverpool this autumn

15 October 
The Australian Pink Floyd 
Echo Arena
The David Gilmour-approved tribute act returns with ‘The Best Side of the Moon’ – a full performance of what some consider to be the best rock album of all time.

18 October 
Hurray for the Riff Raff 
Arts Club
The acclaimed New Orelans outfit presents its unique combination of folk-blues and Americana with a political conscience.

20 October 
Fireball – Fuelling the Fire Tour 
O2 Academy Liverpool
Following last year’s inaugural success, Fireball returns with ‘Fuelling the Fire’ and a punktastic line-up featuring legendary ska-punk band, Reel Big Fish.

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.