Joe's tips; Going out? ECHO arts editor Joe Riley selects the pick of the bunch.
TODAY: Theatre: Play that funky music. Plotting a show around the idea of a theatrical audition is nothing new. Oh What A Night is a showcase for nearly 40 hit songs from the 70s, fronted by ex-Three Degrees singer and Royal favourite Sheila Fergusson. Until Nov 9. 7.30pm 0870-606-3536. Music: One of the few contenders for the title Godfather of Brit Pop. During the 60s, Ray Davies and The Kinks were chart regulars. After that he continued to influence other bands from The Straglers thorough to Blur and Pulp. And now Ray Davies is on the road again, singing the old classics, plus some new material. 7.30pm, Southport Theatre (also Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, Friday.
0870-607-7560.Music: Status Quo, back from the Summer Pops 2001 are rockin' all over the Phil.
0151-709-3789.TOMORROW: Theatre: A New Zealand Homecoming. A multi-media spectacular featuring 50 performers from Wellington in theatre, music, dance, film and Maori culture. Southport Theatre. 7.30pm.
Music: Free lunchtime concerts at Liverpool University. Soprano Catherine Cunningham is joined by pianist Naomi Kayayan. Eleanor Rathbone Theatre. 12.45pm.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 29, 2002|
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