48 hours LIVERPOOL HOT LIST YOUR NEXT.
The Sounds of Simon Lose yourself to nostalgia as the full band play all the hits that have established Paul Simon as one of the most successful songwriters of all time. Paul and Art are played to perfection, bringing in elements of their famously fractious relationship, as well as replicating the beautiful harmonies flawlessly. The Brindley, Runcorn, tomorrow, 7.30pm.
MUSIC League of Welldoers Benefit Show A three-hour benefit concert for all the family; the League of Welldoers presents a variety benefit concert featuring your compere Tony Ravel plus Mr Swing himself, Asa Murphy, left. Also featuring the amazing voice of Liverpool soprano Rachael Russell, plus six other wellknown Liverpool entertainers. Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, today, 2pm.
Victorian Dreamers Drawn from The Atkinson's outstanding collection of Victorian art, this exhibition looks at the themes of travel, storytelling, the antique past and nature.
Many works have been recently restored and are exhibited for the first time in several decades.
The Atkinson, Southport, until November 13, various times.
THEATRE The Golden Oldies Queens Drive Day Centre is a place for relaxation, winding down and destressing in your later years. A few board games, Countryfile on the telly and the occasional day trip to Dobbies is about as exciting as it gets. There is choir on a Tuesday which is usually a peaceful affair.
That is until Benny, an old 60s rock 'n' roller, arrives to spice things up a bit. Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, until May 14, various times.
Stations of the Resurrection Artist Rob Floyd brings his distinctive painting style to Liverpool Cathedral in this specially commissioned exhibition that follows on from the acclaimed Stations of the Cross cycle previously shown, above, at Manchester Cathedral. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, until May 15, 9am-6pm each day.