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THEATRE Bouncers John Godber's play Bouncers has been performed up and down the country and at venues all over the world. This Liverpool version will see Michael Starke (Brookside), Paul Broughton (Council Depot Blues), Danny O'Brien (The Salon) and Andrew Schofield (Brick Up The Mersey Tunnels) pull on the black jackets in this brilliantly funny show.
From September 4-October 3. Royal Court, Roe Street.
mUSic The Simon and Garfunkel Story arrives after its success in the West End and a sold out UK tour. Using huge projections and original footage, this show recreates the magic of the lendary duo, featuring all of their best loved work. Tonight, 7.30pm. Floral Pavilion, New Brighton.
PZYK SKREEN Exhibition Bold Street Coffee hosts the launch party for their PZYK SKREEN Exhibition featuring Pete Bassman, TVAM, Clinic and Bernie Connor. The free event will mark the opening of the PZYK SKREEN exhibition at Bold Street Coffee, which will be in place for the whole of September.
This exhibition will feature a selection of original PZYK pieces created specifically for the launch event, as well as some selected works from guest artists.
Tomorrow, 7pm. Bold Street Coffee. Free.
Exhibition L8 Unseen reveals the stories and experiences of a diverse range of people from the Liverpool 8 community, featuring filmed interviews and striking large-scale photographs taken by renowned photographer Othello De'Souza-Hartley.
Museum of Liverpool, until September 6.
film The Damned United Set in 1960s and 1970s England, The Damned United tells the confrontational and darkly humorous story of Brian Clough's doomed 44-day tenure as manager of the reigning champions of English football - Leeds United.
Tomorrow, 7.30pm. Hoylake Community Cinema, Hoyle Road, Hoylake.
mUSic Guz CUZ is the musical project of former Go! Team multiinstrumentalist Sam Dook and former Minutemen bassist Mike Watt. CUZ creates a heady mix of gnarly, riffy, thrift-store percussion and toy synths. The effect is a tight and groovy world of outsider wonky pop. Tomorrow, 8pm. East Village Arts Club, Seel Street.