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.

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...

Africa Oyé

Africa Oyé, the UK’s largest free celebration of African music and culture, takes place annually in Liverpool. Beginning in 1992 as a series of small gigs in the city centre, the event has gone from strength to strength, moving to its present Sefton Park home in 2002 to cope with demand. With too many negative...

Hollie McNish: The Lobster Tour

After a run of sold out shows up and down the UK, Hollie McNish is back with a brand new book, Lobster and other things I’m learning to love. A Sunday Times bestselling writer whose live readings are not to be missed, expect strong language and adult content, gift-wrapped in gorgeously crafted poetry. In Lobster,...

Danny Beard: Straight Expectations

Join Drag Race UK winner Danny Beard and their full live band for a 5-star night of killer vocals, snappy comedy, put downs and pick me ups. Get ready for a evening of scandalous behaviour, lots of laughs, and an honest insight into what life’s really like as a Z-list ‘celeb’ as the host of...

The Lieutenant of Inishmore

A brutal, hilarious masterpiece. Padraic is mad, everyone knows that. They don’t call him ‘Mad Padraic’ for nothing. And if, just maybe, you’d killed his beloved pet, the one thing you wouldn’t want is for him to turn up at your door. So when Padraic returns home to Inishmore off the west coast of Ireland,...

Wonder Boy

Olivier Award-winner Sally Cookson (A Monster Calls) directs the critically acclaimed Bristol Old Vic production of WONDER BOY by Ross Willis, a heart-warming and inspiring story about the power of communication. Sonny is twelve. Living with a stammer, he’s finding his way in a world ruled by vicious vowels, confusing consonants, and let’s not forget...

The Tiger Lillies: Come On Down

Grammy nominated, post-punk pioneers The Tiger Lillies present a new show on a theme which has always run through their work – the meaninglessness and absurdity of existence. Brimming with wit, wisdom and humanity they argue that our achievements will come to nothing – like throwing stones into a pond, the effects of our actions...

Nish Kumar: Nish Don’t Kill My Vibe

In this election year – with the country in turmoil – there’s only one comedian who can kill the mood even further… Nish Kumar – one of The Guardian and The Telegraph’s 50 Best Comedians of the 21st Century – is back on tour with his brand new politically-charged stand-up show, Nish, Don’t Kill My...

Birdsong

How far would you go for love? Sebastian Faulks’s epic story of love and loss returns to the stage marking the 30th anniversary of the international best-selling novel. The critically acclaimed show returns in a brand-new production for 2024. Telling the story of one man’s journey through an all-consuming love affair and into the horror...

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