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THEATRE The Odyssey: Missing Presumed Dead A high-ranking government minister with a colourful past is sent on a diplomatic mission to Istanbul. But when his trip ends up in a bar room brawl, he becomes Europe's most wanted man overnight. Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, - to Sat, Oct 17 Lampedusa Stefano follows in the footsteps of generations of fishermen. But, in the 21st century, the catch is very different: his job is to pull drowned bodies of migrants out of the Mediterranean. Unity Theatre, 1, Hope Place, Liverpool, 0151 709 4988, - to Sat, Oct 3 Bouncers, by John Godber This Liverpool version will see Michael Starke (A Nightmare on Lime Street), 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.

Royal Court Theatre, 1, Roe St, Liverpool, 0151 709 4321, - Sat, Oct 3 Happily Ever After Created by Action Transport Theatre and LGBT Youth North West late last year, Happily Ever After is inspired by Dutch children's book, King and King, by Linda De Haan and Stern Nijland - banned and challenged in some countries - which tells the story of two princes who fall in love and live happily ever after.

Action Transport Theatre, Whitby Hall, Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port, 0151 357 2120, - to Sat, Oct 3 ATT 8-11s Drama Club is a way for young people in school years 3 to 6 to take part in theatre workshops led by Action Transport Theatre. Action Transport Theatre, Whitby Hall, Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port, 0151 357 2120, - to Sat, Nov 21 Dinner Break a Leg Theatre presents Moira Buffini's comedy thriller, Dinner, as part of Heswall Arts Festival Heswall Hall, Telegraph Road, Heswall CH60 0AF, - Sun, Oct 4, 7pm, Tickets PS10/PS5 concs Psychic Sally: On the Road 2015 St Helens Theatre Royal, Corporation Street, 01744 756000, - Tue, Sep 29 Music The Carlton Tavern Live Music Night The Carlton Tavern, Hartington Street, Chester, 07541 801934, - Tue, Sep 29 Forest Swords Static Gallery, 23 Roscoe Lane, 0151 707 0770, - Tue, Sep 29, 8pm Roger Waters - The Wall Live screening. The Brindley, High Street, Runcorn, 0151 907 8360, - Tue, Sep 29 Oneirogen (US) + Moon Zero (UK) The Kazimier, 4-5, Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool, 0151 324 1723, - Tue, Sep 29 Rainhill Monthly Jazz nights A relaxed evening of Trad Jazz, Swing, Blues music played by The Dixie Kings six-piece band in the concert room, last Wednesdays of the month. Rainhill Ex-Services Club, Warrington Road, 0151 426 4625, - to Wed, Dec 30, PS3.50 LIVERPOOL COMEDY FEST MONDAY Tony Carroll: Game of Tones Exploring the past five years of Tony's career as he tries to climb the ladder and become king of comedy.

Hot Water Comedy Club, tonight, 8pm, PS3 Cheap Show The comedy performance that's also a podcast. 81, Renshaw Street, tonight, 7pm, PS5 The Legion of Doom: Curiouser and Spuriouser Mischievous look at popular culture.

81 Renshaw Street, tonight, 7pm, PS50 Years of Liverpool's Best Comedy Four local comedians with more than 50 years of experience between them perform on the same bill. Hot Water Comedy Club, tonight, 8pm, PS10 (PS8 concs) Alastair Clark: Getting Better Stand-up show, dealing with the delicate topic of depression, that's already been successful at the Edinburgh Festival. 81 Renshaw Street, tonight, 9pm, PS5 EXHIBITION Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting This vibrant exhibition brings together over 50 works celebrating the strength of British painting, with some of the best and most influential artists of the last 60 years. Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, Liverpool, 0151 478 4199, - to Sun, Nov 29, Free entry Open Exhibition 2015 The inaugural Open Exhibition of ARTS hub 47 on Lark Lane. ARTS hub 47, Lark Lane, Aigburth, 0151 727 0323, - Sep 28, Free entry Mike McCartney Luvs St George's Hall Celebrated photographer Mike McCartney stages a new exhibition St George's Hall, St George's Place, Liverpool L1 1JJ, - to Oct 18 Anne Harild: Public Commission in the Courtyard The Bluecoat, School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BX, - to Oct 31 Poppies: Women and War The exhibition features striking portraits of women whose lives have been affected by conflict. Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 1DG, - to June, 2016 Futuretrospective is the Solo exhibition of work by Wirral artist Geoff Owens.

Rathbone Studio, 28, Argyle Street, Birkenhead, 07903 337 995, - Sat, Oct 10, Free entry Sail Away: Liverpool Shipping Posters A century of shipping posters from Merseyside Maritime Museum's collection. Merseyside Maritime Museum, - to Oct 15 Our Day Out Images from the Keith Medley Archive.

Museum of Liverpool, - to Sep 27 Broken Lives: Slavery in Modern India International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, - until April, 2016 Waterloo Lives Discover Liverpool's connection to the Battle of Waterloo. Museum of Liverpool, - to Oct, 2015 Picasso on Paper Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EL, - to Oct 31 DLA Piper Series: Constellations Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, 0151 702 7400, - to Thu, Dec 31, Free entry Soap & Water Stuart Irwin, collections and exhibitions officer for Port Sunlight Village Trust, says: "This exhibition tells the story of how village founder William Hesketh Lever turned a small piece of marshland into a global business and thriving community for his workforce." Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village, 23, King George's Drive, Port Sunlight, Wirral CH62 5DX, - to March, 2016 Western Approaches Battlefield Tour One day covering the Battle of the Atlantic.

Rumford Street, Liverpool L2 8SZ, - to Dec 31, 2015 Titanic and Liverpool: The Untold Story This compelling exhibition explores Liverpool's central role in the Titanic story. Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ, - to Dec 31, 2017 On Their Own: Britain's Child Migrants This is a ground-breaking new exhibition which tells the moving story of Britain's child migrants Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ, - to Oct 4, 2015 Lusitania: Life, Loss, Legacy Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront L3 4AQ, - to March 27, 2016 The British Invasion: How 1960s beat groups conquered America The exhibition shows previously unseen photographs and memorabilia.

The Beatles Story Pier Head, George's Parade, L3 1DP, - to Sep 30, 2016 Gallery 5 - Fred Shaw: Gypsy Portraits A printer by trade, Fred Shaw was a talented photographer, contributing to the Journal of Gypsy Lore Society.

Victoria Gallery and Museum, 0151 794 2348, - to Sat, Oct 31 Galleries 6 & 7 - Peter Corbett, Retrospective Peter Corbett is one of Liverpool's most established fine artists. Victoria Gallery and Museum, 0151 794 2348, - to Sat, Oct 31 Waterloo Lives: The Story Behind the Painting The National Army Museum have partnered with The Williamson Art Gallery and Museum on a temporary exhibition which looks at how the Battle was fought and won. Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead, 0151 652 4177, - to Sun, Oct 25, Free entry Mayas: Revelation of an Endless Time Step back to an ancient time and discover the powerful and revealing world of the Mayas. World Museum Liverpool, William Brown St, 0151 478 4393, - to Sun, Oct 18 John Bates at Jean Varon John Bates was one of the most innovative and influential young British designers of the 1960s and 1970s.

Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, 0151 478 4199, - to Thu, Dec 31, Free entry Dazzle Ship Prints This display of four "dazzle ship" prints shows the work of Edward Wadsworth, an Intelligence Officer for the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve during World War I. Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, 0151 478 4199, - to Thu, Dec 31, Free entry Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots Jackson Pollock is widely considered to be one of the most influential and provocative American artists of the 20th century.

Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, 0151 702 7400, - to Sun, Oct 18 Zanele Muholi Photographer and visual activist, whose work explores gender, race and sexuality particularly in relation to South African society and political landscape.

Open Eye Gallery, 19, Mann Island, 0151 236 6768, - to Sun, Nov 29 TURN TO PAGE 16 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 EVENTS National Young Writers Festival (NYWF) Curve Gallery will host the National Young Writers Festival Media Hub Curve Gallery, Victoria Street, Liverpool, 0789 660 2737, - to Wed, Sep 30 Maya Storytelling World Museum Liverpool, William Brown St, 0151 478 4393, - to Mon, Sep 28 Stoma Care Open Day Arrowe Park Stoma Care nurses Helyn Evans, Jennie Askew, Barbara Wall, Sharon Broadbere, Anies Sebastian and Michelle O'Toole and Stoma Care Clerk Carol Colton invite you to their Stoma Care Open Day.

Arrowe Park, - Wed, Sep 30, 1pm to 5.30pm Trading Station Four invited Turkish artists are participating in the project. Curve Gallery, Victoria Street, Liverpool, 0789 660 2737, - to Tue, Oct 6 Baby Book Club The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Tue, Dec 8 Daily Walk Take in the abundance of culture and heritage of Liverpool's Warterfront on this, the official Albert Dock and Pier Head Walk.

Albert Dock Tourist Information Centre, Gower Street, Liverpool L3 4AA, - to Sat, Oct 31, PS10, PS5 Dazzle Ferry The "dazzled" Mersey Ferry can be seen on the River Mersey until the end of 2016 Mersey Ferries, Pier Head, George's Parade, Liverpool L3 1DP, - until end of 2016 Young Writers Taster Session Are you aged 11-25 years? Fancy yourself a bit of a poet, a playwright or a storyteller? Work with an award winning professional writer to improve your skills.

Action Transport Theatre, Whitby Hall, Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port, 0151 357 2120, - to Thu, Dec 17 Tagging Communities The project will create a blog and an app which can be used by anyone living or visiting Liverpool presenting an alternative history told by the community residents. FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), 88, Wood Street, 0151 707 4444, - to Thu, Dec 31 Bidston Hill Saturday Walk Saturdays (11am). Meet by Tam O'Shanter Cafe. Walking time approx 1 hour.

Bidston Hill, 25, Boundary Road, Birkenhead, - to Sat, Oct 31, Free entry AntiGravity Yoga is a fusion technique which combines elements of traditional Yoga with dance, gymnastics and the aerial Arts.

Widnes Traditional Martial Arts & Fitness Centre, Waterloo Road, 07903 407424, - to Wed, Dec 23, PS8 Little Liverpool Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, 0151 478 4545, - Tue, Sep 29, Free entry Circuit Training Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, Wavertree, 0151 280 7757, - Tue, Sep 29 SAVI - Sports and Activities for the Visually Impaired Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, 0151 280 7757, - Tue, Sep 29, PS1 We're getting excited about...

50 Years of Liverpool's Best Comedy Four local comedians with more than 50 years of experience between them perform on the same bill. Hot Water Comedy Club, tonight, 8pm, PS10 (PS8 concs) GET LISTED!

Contact us with your event details: where@liverpoolecho.co.uk Free Screenings Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, 0151 478 4545, - Tue, Sep 29 Table Tennis Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, 0151 280 7757, - Tue, Sep 29, PS3 Freefall Youth Circus The Florrie, 377, Mill Street, 0151 728 2323, - Tue, Sep 29 Meet Me at the Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, 0151 478 4545, - Tue, Sep 29, Free entry Gallery Talk Victoria Gallery and Museum, Ashton Street, Liverpool, 0151 794 2348, - Tue, Sep 29, Free entry Freefall Circus (Beginners) The Florrie, 377, Mill Street, 0151 728 2323, - Tue, Sep 29 Freefall Circus (Improvers) The Florrie, 377, Mill Street, 0151 728 2323, - Tue, Sep 29 Beauty of WuShu & Dance, China Kaleidoscope The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University, St Helens Road, Ormskirk, 01695 584480, - Tue, Sep 29, Free entry Vatican II Talks Series 3/6 Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Mount Pleasant, 0151 709 9222, - Tue, Sep 29 Artists and Disability Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, 0151 478 4199, - Tue, Sep 29 Brit indie film Soft Lad Q&A Screening Vue Cinemas, 3, Coliseum Way, Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port, - Tue, Sep 29, PS7 Future Generation - Shaping Women's Health Services Blackburne House Group, Blackburne Place, 0151 709 4356, - Tue, Sep 29 Two Small Pieces of Glass While attending a local star party, two teenage students learn how the telescope has helped us understand our place in space and how telescopes continue to expand our understanding of the Universe. Find out about the history of the telescope, the discoveries these wonderful tools have made and how the largest observatories in the world use these instruments to explore the mysteries of the universe. World Museum Liverpool, William Brown St, 0151 478 4393, - Tue, Sep 29 - Wed, Sep 30 We are Aliens World Museum Liverpool, William Brown St, 0151 478 4393, - Tue, Sep 29 - Wed, Sep 30 Sunshine Show World Museum Liverpool, William Brown St, 0151 478 4393, - Tue, Sep 29 - Wed, Sep 30 The Night Sky World Museum Liverpool, William Brown St, 0151 478 4393, - Tue, Sep 29 - Wed, Sep 30 Meet Me at the Museum - tomorrow
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