What's on & Where.
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Liverpool Jazz Club (Metro, Victoria Street, Liverpool) every Monday, 9.30pm. The best jazz night in town with the the David Fishel 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) today, 8pm. The million selling West End star promotes his greatest hits collection. 0870 606 3536. Hoggboy (Barfly bar·fly
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[Middle English silen, from Old French cillier, from Medieval Latin Street, Liverpool) tomorrow, 8pm. Sheffield-based indie-rock band. 0151-707 6171.
Bluesday (Metro, Victoria Street, Liverpool) every Tuesday, 9.30pm. Diva SeEyo and Azure keep things alive midweek with their mix of blues and old school funk.
Seachange (Barfly, Seel Street, Liverpool) tomorrow, 7.30pm. Space garage punkers from Nottingham. 0151-707 6171. Dennis Locorriere (Parr Hall, Palmyra Square South, Warrington) Wednesday, June 15, 7.30pm. All your Dr Hook favourites from their former frontman, plus tunes from his new album One Of The Lucky Ones.
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n. pl. 2005 (Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street) today, 7.30pm. The Hope Street Concert returns to the Phil with a theme reflecting the year of Sea Liverpool. Presented by Roger Philips. 0151-709 3789
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.
The Screwtape Letters (Rose theatre, St Helens Road, Ormskirk) today, 7.30pm. Saltmine Theatre Company presents Nigel Forde's adaptation of the C S Lewis story set in 1939 exploring the subject of damnation. 01695 584480.
The Hiding Place (Rose theatre, St Helens Road, Ormskirk) tomorrow, 7.30pm. An adaptation of the book by Corrie Ten Boom Cornelia Johanna Arnolda ten Boom, generally known as Corrie ten Boom, (April 15, 1892 – April 15 1983) was a Dutch Christian Holocaust survivor who helped many Jews escape the Nazis during World War II. and John and Elizabeth Sherrill. Saltmine Theatre Company peforms a tale of family and forgiveness as the Ten Boom family bravely hide Jews in their shop during the Nazi occupation of Holland. 01695 584480.
A Dissection Of The Untimely Deaths Of Two Unconnected Young People By The People Who Knew Them Least (Unity theatre, Hope Place, Liverpool) tomorrow and June 15, 8pm. A mix of fantasy, black humour and the absurd by TV Baby. 0151-709 4988
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, including Clarice Cliff and Susie Cooper. 0151-478 4199.
Meadow (Huyton Gallery, Civic Way) ends June 19. A display highlighting the issues of litter, recycling and their impact on the environment. 0151-443 3734.
Summer Of Love: Art Of The Psychedelic Era (Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock) ends September 25. A recreation of psychedelic art at its inception, locatings this influencial movement in the socio-cultural context of the sixties and early seventies.
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.
The Agony And The Ectasy (Fact, Wood Street, Liverpool) ends August 14. Three artists explore how people relate to the horror and images of human suffering. The videos contain nudity and scenes of an adult nature.
Terry O'Neill: Celebrity (Walker Gallery, William Brown Street) ends September 11. A glamorous exhibition consisting of 43 stunning portraits of the most famous faces from the last four decades. 0151-478 4199.
Emerge (Bluecoat Display Centre, School Lane, Liverpool) ends June 25. Including work by Helen Felcey, Helen Fletcher, Tabitha Moses and more. 0151-709 4014. Charles Thomson (Wirral Museum, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead) ends September. The man and his mission. 0151-666 4010.
Beside The Seaside (Lady Lever Art Gallery, Lower Road, Port Sunlight) ends September 4. Late 19th and early 20th century paintings celebrating fun and leisure by the sea. With works from Walter Sickert, Philip Wilson Steer Philip Wilson Steer OM (28 Dec 1860-18 March 1942) was an English artist.
Steer was born in Birkenhead, the son of the portrait painter Philip Steer (1810-1871). After finding the examinations of the Civil Service too demanding, he became an artist in 1878. and Dame Laura Knight.
A Debt of Gratitude (Egg Gallery, 16-18 Newington Buildings, Liverpool) ends June 18. An exhibition of Probe Plus record covers, from 1971 to today.
Women Artists (Atkinson Art Gallery, Lord Street, Southport) ends June 21. Work by female artists taken from the gallery's permanent collection including work from Laura Knight, Elisabeth Frink and Ruth Moillet. 01704 533133 Japanese Woodblock Prints (Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport) ends June 25. A series of beautiful Japanese woodblock prints from the Thomas Boys Lewis Collection at Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery. 01704 533133.
Liverpool to New York: The Only Way To Cross (Merseyside Maritime Museum The Merseyside Maritime Museum is a museum based in the city of Liverpool, Merseyside, England.
The city’s seafaring heritage is brought to life within the historic Albert Dock. ) ends August 14. An exhibition that tells the story of crossing the Atlantic by ship and recreates the six-day voyage. Call 0151-207 0001 for more information
Walk The Plank (Albert Dock) ends June 16. Britain's only touring theatre ship has docked in Liverpool, with a new production of the famous nautical tale Noah's Ark. For information call 0151-709 4988.
Dead Good Poets Society (Everyman Bistro, Hope Street, Liverpool Hope Street, Liverpool, England stretches from Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral past Liverpool Cathedral to Upper Parliament Street. It contains several restaurants, hotels and bars. The road runs parallel to Rodney Street (the Harley Street of the north). ) Wednesday June 15, 8.30pm. Gill McEvoy comperes the evening's line-up of Maureen Almond, Trevor Gerard and Dave Morgan. 0151-709 5221.
Bouquets From Broadway (Ormskirk Civic Hall) Thursday, June 16, 7.30pm. A monthly demonstration
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