KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY ARTS DIARY.
FESTIVAL: The Brouhaha International Street Festival continues with Mediterranean Waves, performances with a Mediterranean touch. Includes performers from Turkey, Germany, Portugal, Egypt and Tunisia ranging from hip hop and street dance to traditional music. Tonight, 7.30pm, Unity Theatre. Tickets pounds 6 (concessions pounds 4). 0151 709 4988.
COMEDY: Brick Up the Mersey Tunnels, by Dave Kirby and Nicky Allt, continues its amazing run with tales of audience members dancing on tables during the finale. Good music, good fun and a story in which Liverpudlians do brick up the tunnels to stop snooty people from Wirral getting through. Suzanne Collins among the stars. Tonight 8pm, Royal Court. Tickets pounds 14 (balcony pounds 12). Until August 25. 0870 787 1866.
FESTIVAL: The Chester Summer Music Festival presents leading a capella group Black Voices with music ranging from pop and gospel to jazz. Tonight, 7.30pm, Chester Town Hall. Tickets pounds 15. 01244 304 618.
CHILDREN: The Enchanted Toyshop is the first live show by children's TV favourites The Tweenies. All the characters involved in a musical adventure with some singalong moments. Today, 11am, Liverpool Empire. Tickets E12.50-E14.50. 0870 607 7575.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jul 25, 2007|
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