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.

Summer Sounds: Liverpool Brass Band

Join us for Summer Sounds – a packed programme of music on the bandstand at Strawberry Field. With free music events happening every weekend throughout the summer, Summer Sounds is the perfect family day out. Bring along your picnic blankets and deckchairs, and enjoy music in the garden as John Lennon did as a child....

IndigoBlu – Liverpool Dirty Weekend – July 20th/21st

Join us for 2 fabulous full day in-person workshops in Liverpool, led by Kay Halliwell-Sutton. The classes will be held on Saturday and Sunday 20th-21st July from 10 am-5 pm in the Holiday Inn, Liverpool City Centre, Lime Street, Liverpool, L1 1NQ. This Class will be creating a Victorian Book Trough & Victorian Journal. Finished...

Pride Classical

A world-class 32-piece orchestra comes to Liverpool’s iconic waterfront to kick-start the Pride in Liverpool weekend. A dazzling event for all the family, Pride Classical will see an ensemble of world-class LGBT+ artists and allies take to the stage to perform the best Pride and LGBT+ anthems of the last 50 years on Friday, 26...

Pride in Liverpool

Following on from last year’s record turn-out, we’re back at the city’s iconic Pier Head for an even bigger Pride in Liverpool festival – and as ever it’s free to attend! This year’s headline act, Katrina, formerly of Katrina and the Waves, will have Liverpool walking on sunshine as she spreads the love and shines...

March with Pride

Our annual march is set to return as part of Pride in Liverpool on Saturday, 27th July, and is organised by Liverpool City Region’s LGBT+ charity, LCR Pride Foundation. A record-breaking 20,000 people joined the march last year – up 5,000 compared to the year before. The march was held jointly with KyivPride in solidarity...

Shakespeare – But Just The Deaths!

IT’S THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE* *But Just The Deaths (and the gory bits too!) The Loons have set themselves a seemingly impossible task – to perform every death scene and mentioned in all of Shakespeare’s Plays (as well as some extra gory bits)… Oh, and they only have an hour to do it in…...

Summer Sounds: Penny Lane Jazz

Join us for Summer Sounds – a packed programme of music on the bandstand at Strawberry Field. With free music events happening every weekend throughout the summer, Summer Sounds is the perfect family day out. Bring along your picnic blankets and deckchairs, and enjoy music in the garden as John Lennon did as a child....

Brickworks

Iconic works from the Tate collection turn the humble brick into the hero in a new display at Tate Liverpool at the new gallery space at RIBA North. Consisting of sculpture, photography and works on paper Brickworks shows the diverse ways that this material has been used to make art. Shown in Liverpool, a city...

Pride and Prejudice at The Atkinson

Step back in time over two hundred years and meet Elizabeth Bennet and her sisters as they navigate the mire of manners of regency society. With stunning period costume, timeless wit, and a romantic original score, Chapterhouse’s Pride and Prejudice is a faithful telling of Austen’s greatest work. Join family and friends for an evening...

Jennifer Reid: One Night in Prescot

Folk is working class. Folk music has lost it’s way, and people have lost track of their geographical heritage. The working classes made music as a provocation and this is a tradition Jennifer continues. She is a performer of nineteenth century Lancashire dialect and Victorian broadside ballads. Think rousing songs and passionate oratory! Jennifer plays...

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