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Byline: Compiled by Rachel Roberts
Wood Rock Will Rock (Barfly bar·fly
n. pl. bar·flies Slang
One who frequents drinking establishments. , Seel Street, Liverpool) today, 7pm. Local band showcase. 0151 707 6171.
Full Picture (Cavern, Mathew Street, Liverpool) today, 8.30pm. Plus Spark Of Life Spark of Life is the eighteenth episode in the of the popular American crime drama , set in Las Vegas, Nevada. Summary
Grissom, Sara and Greg work a case where a bushfire kills a man and burns a woman, who survived. . 0151 236 9091.
Bernie Fawcett (Barbacoa, Mersey View, Waterloo) today. 0151 924 0445.
Dominic Kirwan (Southport Theatre) tomorrow, 7.30pm. The Irish star returns to Southport for an evening of easy listening music. 0870 607 7560.
Henry Rollins (Liverpool Academy, Mount Pleasant) tomorrow, 7pm. Plus Spoken Word. 0151 256 5555. Liverpool Jazz Club (metro, Victoria Street, Liverpool) every Monday, 9.30pm. The David Fishal trio and special guests Jazz Jam.
Michael Ball (Liverpool Empire Theatre Liverpool Empire Theatre is located on Lime Street in Liverpool, England. It is the largest theatre in Liverpool, and the largest two tier theatre in the country. It is part of the William Brown Street conservation area.
It was designed by W. and T. R. , Lime Street) Monday June 13, 8pm. The West End star promotes his greatest hits collection. 0870 606 3536
Lunchtime Recital (Parish Church of Saint Faith, Great Crosby) today, 12noon. Recital by the students of Gerard Callacher.
Amal Murkus (Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street) 8pm. Amal kicks-off the Liverpool Arabic Arts Festival today, alongside the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra based in Liverpool, England, is one of the world's oldest established orchestras. It is part funded by the local authority, and is administered by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society (RPLS), a registered charity. Orchestra and conductor Matthew Coorey. The night will include Arabic and Hebrew speakers and material from Amal's album, Shauq. 0151 709 3789.
All At Sea (Pacific Road Arts Centre, Birkenhead) today, 7.30pm. Wirral Community Wind Band and The Castle Singers perform an evening of nautical entertainment as part of the Mersey River Festival. 0151 647 0752.
intr.v. hot·foot·ed, hot·foot·ing, hot·foots Informal
To go in haste. Often used with it: hotfoot it out of town.
n. pl. 2005 (Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street) Monday June 13, 7.30pm. The Hope Street Concert returns to the Phil next week with a theme reflecting the year of Sea Liverpool. Presented by Roger Philips. 0151 709 3789
Laughterhouse (Baby Blue, Albert Dock, Liverpool) today. Chris Cairns and Mick Ferry compere this weekend's line-up of Gav Webster, Andy Zaltzman and Steve Hughes. 0870 2026 6339. Rawhide (Central Hall, Mount Pleasant) today. John Warbuton hosts this weekend's line-up of Reginald D Hunter, James Dowdeswell and Addy Van Der Borgh Addy Van Der Borgh, also known as Addy Borgh, is a stand up comedian famous for his big nose and his ability to give voices to inanimate objects. He was a co-presenter of Kirsty's TV Meltdown. . 0870 787 1866.
Danny Bhoy (Gateway Theatre, Chester) tomorrow, 8pm.
Observational comedy from the top-selling comedian. 01244 340392
The Knicker Lady (Gateway Theatre, Hamilton Place, Chester) today, 7.45pm. A brief history of unmentionables with the author and actress Rosemary Hawthorne, including a look at some of the characters who wore them 300 years ago. 01244 320700Pride & Prejudice (Rose Theatre, Edge Hill, Ormskirk) tomorrow, 6.30pm.
Following two successful tours, the Jane Austen classic returns for this weekend only. 01695 584480.
Chimps (Liverpool Playhouse, Williamson Square) ends June 18. Simon Black's comedy thriller about high-pressure, door-to-door salesmen and their effect on a naive young couple. 0151 709 4776. Stones In His Pockets Stones in His Pockets is a two-hander written by Marie Jones and directed by Ian McElhinney. The origins of the play are a bit cloudy but the most popular iteration of the play began life at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast with the initial run touring to the small community (Liverpool Everyman Theatre, Hope Street) ends today. Following on from its sell-out success at the Playhouse last year, the award-winning Irish comedy returns to Liverpool for this week only. 0151 709 4776. Titanic The Musical (Liverpool Empire Theatre, Lime Street) ends today.
A breathtaking show that captures the scope and humanity of what happened on the fatal ship. 0870 606 3404.
Engie Benjy (The Brindley, Runcorn) today, 1pm and 3.30pm. 0151 907 8360.
The Screwtape Letters (Rose Theatre, St Helens Road, Ormskirk) Monday June 13, 7.30pm. Saltmine Theatre Company presents Nigel Forde's adaptation of CS Lewis' story set in 1939 exploring the subject of damnation. 01695 584480
Mersey River Festival (Wellington Dock and Canning Dock): It's full steam ahead at the docks, as seven boats port in Liverpool this weekend. See The Lord Nelson, The Grand Turk, Prince William, Kherstones, Iris, Bessie Ellen and Eye Of The Wind.
Walk The Plank (Albert Dock) ends June 16. Britain's only touring theatre ship has docked in Liverpool, with a new production of the nautical tale, Noah's Ark. For information call 0151 709 4988. Wirral Bikeathon (Arrowe Country Park, Wirral) tomorrow, 9.30am. Get on your bike and help raise money for leukaemia research. 0151 632 0548
Mersey International Shanty Festival - don't miss the maritime musical entertainment this weekend, with more than 50 singers and musicians from all over Europe performing.
Today: The Pier Head will come to life this evening with a Gran Open Air concert. On stage will be The Cannife Family, La Moresca Antica, Stormalong John and Vaikeste Loodsillide Uhinge
Age of Jazz (Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street William Brown Street in Liverpool, England is a road that gives its name to the William Brown Street conservation area. It is remarkable for its concentration of public buildings. , Liverpool) ends October. An exhibition of British Art Deco Ceramics from the war years by leading artists of the time Clarice Cliff and Susie Cooper. 0151 478 4199.
Summer Of Love: Art Of The Psychedelic Era (Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock) ends September 25.
A recreation of psychedelic art at its inception in the sixties and early seventies. 0151 702 7400.
Picasso: Woman Seated In An Armchair (Lady Lever Art Gallery Sunlight Soap magnate, William Hesketh Lever, the first Lord Leverhulme, founded the Lady Lever Art Gallery in 1922 and dedicated it to the memory of his wife.
Set in the attractive garden village of Port Sunlight, Merseyside, England, also created by Lord Lever, the gallery , Port Sunlight) ends September 4, 10am. Picasso's 1909 painting on loan from the National Gallery in Berlin. 0151 478 4136
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