What’s On

Liverpool is a vibrant city, with plenty of activities to suit all tastes. Find out what’s happening and when with our handy ‘What’s On’ calendar.

Gary Numan in Liverpool

Liverpool is in for a treat as the iconic Gary Numan takes the stage on June 4 2024. Known for his pioneering work in electronic music, Numan has been captivating audiences for decades with his innovative sound and distinctive style. Fans can expect a thrilling performance filled with hits like “Cars” and “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?”...

The Tempest

Shakespeare’s last, and great, play is a triumphant compilation of intrigue, magic, and humour. Prospero, an exiled Duke with supernatural powers, creates a great storm which sees his enemies shipwrecked on his island. Magic abounds, plots are exposed, and a colourful array of characters gain their deserts. Fascinating entertainment.

The Scummy Mummies: GREATEST HITS

Join Ellie and Helen as they celebrate ten years of scumminess! For a decade now, the Scummy Mummies have been touring their hit comedy show to sold-out audiences around the country. Now they’re bringing all their most-loved songs, sketches, and stand-up together for a night that will make you laugh till you wee. Guaranteed to...

Fawlty Towers Basil’s Twin

Comedy Dining are pleased to bring you a further instalment from Fawlty Towers. New guests have booked into the hotel one of whom says he is Basil’s Twin Brother can this be true?! Mr O’Reilly is carrying out builders works we all know that Sybil will not be happy about this. Why have Interpol arrived...

Dream On Family Festival

A celebration of culture, creativity and wellbeing. Come and explore our beautiful village of bell tents filled with activities and workshops to inspire all ages. A space for different generations to have fun alongside each other. Limber up. Let go. Laugh loud. A safe and secure festival site filled with colour and art installations. You...

Prescot Elizabethan Fayre

Step back in time and enjoy an array of Elizabethan activities and attractions for all the family. This long-running event is a firm favourite in the Prescot calendar and celebrates its connection to William Shakespeare and the town’s rich Elizabethan heritage. There will be a variety of traditional activities and exciting performances for all on...

Tell Me How It Ends

It’s Liverpool, 1987. The AIDS epidemic threatens a generation of Queer people left with no one to turn to but themselves. Across the world, groups of Lesbian women hold out their hands to help – and right here in this city, Aster sits by Marc’s hospital bed… watching, wondering and reading. Tell Me How it...

Uncanny: I Know What I Saw

Due to PHENOMENAL demand, the sell-out hit show Uncanny : I Know What I Saw with Danny Robins is back in 2024! In 2023 Danny asked the questions – do ghosts exist? And if not, why do we see them? 25,000 people at theatres across the country came to find out the answers, in the...

Julius Caesar

Rome 44BC. Egotistical Emperor Julius Caesar is sweating (and it’s not just the heatwave). His liberal Senators are a stabbing pain in the backside. They’ve had enough! Rome is in chaos, trust in the government is weak and the emperor’s fate is written in the stars (or the ‘entrails of a goat’). The peasants are...

Japanese Stab Stitch Bookbinding

Create a set of beautiful hand bound books using 3 traditional Japanese stitching techniques. ‘Japanese bookbinding or ‘Stab Binding’ is an ancient form of bookbinding that is beautiful, easy for beginners and endlessly customisable. The basic Japanese version of stab binding is called Yotsume Toji, which roughly translates to “four holes”. This is because the...

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