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Theatre Sutty and Sweep Back from the 'dead', Sutty seeks out his best friend for help with one last job. A job that will make them millions, but when betrayal, lies and long lost love come crawling from the dust Sutty and Sweep will be landed in a position which will dance with their morality. Lantern Theatre Liverpool, 57 Blundell Street, 0151 703 0000, - Fri 17 Jun to Sat 18 Jun That's Entertainment Hollywood's all time greatest hits from the legendary composers George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Rogers and Hammerstein Liverpool Empire, Lime Street, 0844 871 3017, - Fri 17 Jun to Sat 18 Jun Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme In the extraordinary circumstances of WWI, eight ordinary men are changed. Frank McGuinness's war play is a powerful portrayal of mortality, love and loss. Liverpool Playhouse, Williamson Square, 0151 709 4776, - to Sat 25 Jun, PS28 - PS9.50 Puppetry of the Penis 2016 Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, The Promenade, 01704500036, - Fri 17 Jun Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare St Michael's Parish Hall, Shaw Street, /www.bravotc.uk/boxoffice.html, 01942 723012, 07984450320, - Sat 18 Jun PS10, PS8 BuntyThe Bouncer She's mean, she's tough and she's dog rough - and Bunty the Bouncer is heading back to a stage near you!

The Brindley, High Street, 0151 907 8360, - Sat 18 Jun An Evening with George Bernard Shaw The Casa, 29 Hope Street, 0151 709 2148, - Sat 18 Jun Little Stars Stage School Present Pirates Vs Mermaids Heave-ho and away we go on a musical journey, where the seven seas just aren't big enough for our pirates and mermaids! The boys show their swaggers and the girls sparkle. Pyramid & Parr Hall, Palmyra Square South, 01925 442345, - Sat 18 Jun, PS8, PS6, PS9, PS7MUSIC The Kinx Cavern Club, Cavern Club, 0151 236 9091, - Fri 17 Jun, PS10 Lost Inhibitions - Vol.2 presents The Showhawk Duo Buyers Club, 24 Hardman Street, - Fri 17 Jun - Sat 18 Jun Ultra 90's Live Their high energy live show will transport you back pre-internet, pre-mobiles, pre-likes and remind you that good music, played loud was what you lived for. So get on down and get your nostalgia fix.

The Old Courts, Crawford Street, 01942375859, - Fri 17 Jun - Sat 18 Jun Ruby Blues - tonight Ruby Blues, Unit 4, Great Charlotte Street, 0797 435 3079, - Fri 17 Jun The Solid Air Band A John Martyn live vibe-alike tribute.

Blackburne House Cafe Bar, Blackburne Place, 01517083929, - Fri 17 Jun Stillmarillion O2 Academy Liverpool, O2 Academy Liverpool, 0151 707 3200, - Fri 17 Jun The Wickermen Woodwards Winebar, 16 Chapel Lane, 01704 831049, - Fri 17 Jun Michael Jackson Tribute La Barbacoa, 47-51 Mersey View, 0151 924 0445, - Fri 17 Jun The Undertones The Live Rooms, 1 Station Road, 01244 317171, - Fri 17 Jun, PS20 Barry Manilow Liverpool ECHO arena, Kings Dock, 0151 475 8888, - Fri 17 Jun, PS22.50, PS34.75, PS62.25, PS79.25, PS95.25, PS110.75 China Crisis Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 0151 709 3789, - Fri 17 Jun - Sat 18 June, PS25 Classic Rock Society presents: Karnataka Citadel Arts Centre, The Citadel, 01744 735436, - Fri 17 Jun, PS14.50 The Ambition The Epstein Theatre, 85 Hanover Street, 0151 709 4044, - Sat 18 Jun International Salsa Party in Liverpool First National wine bar, 2-8 James Street, 0151 236 6194, - Sat 18 Jun - Sun 19 Jun, PS10 Ruby Blues - tonight!

Ruby Blues, Unit 4, Great Charlotte Street, 0797 435 3079, - Sat 18 Jun Alternative Radio La Barbacoa, 47-51 Mersey View, 0151 924 0445, - Sat 18 Jun Nostalgia 80s live music night Heswall Royal British Legion, 78 Pensby Road, 0151 342 1297, - Sat 18 Jun The Jam Movement The Old Courts, Crawford Street, 01942375859, - Sat 18 Jun - Sun 19 Jun At the Movies: Celebrating the Music of John Williams Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 0151 709 3789, - Sat 18 Jun, PS15, PS20, PS26, PS31, PS40, PS7 Release O2 Academy Liverpool, O2 Academy Liverpool, 0151 707 3200, - Sat 18 Jun The Resurrection Men play Rock'n'Roll Like Cramps, DC, Nick Cave? Love the RESMEN!

The Caledonia, 22 Caledonia Street, - Sat 18 Jun, 9pm COMEDY Jonny Awsum at Liverpool Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavillion, 0151 702 5834, - Fri 17 Jun Steve Day, Erich McElroy Hot Water Comedy Club at The Holiday Inn, Hot Water Comedy Club, 0777 211 2344 or 07478 699 007, - Fri 17 Jun - Sat 18 Jun Gary Delaney The Slaughter House, 13-15 Fenwick Street, 0151 227 5946, - Fri 17 Jun Paul Sinha The Slaughter House, 13-15 Fenwick Street, 0151 227 5946, - Fri 17 Jun - Sat 18 Jun Liverpool Comedy Cellar At The Magnet, 45 Hardman Street, 0151 709 4321, - Sat 18 Jun, PS13.50 Tom Wrigglesworth at Liverpool Comedy Central, 17 Edward Pavillion, 0151 702 5834, - Sat 18 Jun Ken Dodd - Happiness Show Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, The Promenade, 01704500036, - Sat 18 Jun Barry Castagnola Liverpool Comedy Cellar At The Magnet, 45 Hardman Street, 0151 709 4321, - Sat 18 Jun John Gordillo The Slaughter House, 13-15 Fenwick Street, 0151 227 5946, - Sat 18 Jun, PS17.50, PS28.50 EXHIBITIONS Picasso at Lady Lever Art Gallery The exhibition Picasso Linocuts from the British Museum, which also features prints from the Nude Woman at the Spring set, reveals the progressive stages of linocutting that Picasso developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, - from 24 June 2016 to 8 January 2017 Collected Possibilities A curated exhibition showcasing work from the BA final year students.

Open Eye Gallery, 19 Mann Island, 0151 236 6768, - to Sun 19 Jun Reel Stories: Liverpool and the Silver Screen Museum of Liverpool, - until Sept 2017 Around the World Follow in the footsteps of the Victorian explorers in this new exhibition which tells the stories of their voyages to the jungles and swamps of far off lands.

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, 01925 442399, - Sat 10 Sep They think it's all over Celebrate the 50th anniversary of England's only (so far) World Cup final win with this display, featuring a wonderful collection of 1966 World Cup memorabilia on loan from a local collector Neil Perkins ranging from mugs, handkerchiefs and World Cup Willie items to more unusual items such as an unopened packet of toffees in a commemorative box , rare match tickets and autographs. Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, 01925 442399, - Sat 01 Oct Lit Hop Traditional forms of literature such as poetry and prose aren't always a familiar or natural means of expression for some young people, but hip hop culture is increasingly being recognised as a route into exploring literature, as well as a subject worthy of study in its own right.

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, 01925 442399, - to Sat 18 Jun, Double Act: Art and Comedy Explore how comedy helps us to shape meaning and negotiate the complexities of everyday life. Humour is a way of binding people together: providing consolation, a sense of shared experience and a powerful weapon of resistance. But, what we find funny can also be cruel, hateful, establishing symbolic boundaries that divide people into distinct groups, setting those with power against those without. As the title suggests, the exhibition itself is a 'double act' and will be held at two venues, Bluecoat and MAC, Belfast, each featuring different works The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Sun 19 Jun, Free Entry First World War: Charity and Liverpool's Home Front The exhibition explores the many charity organisations established at the time through photographs, oral histories and case studies.

Museum of Liverpool, - to October 2016 www.

liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/houseofmemories 1916 Easter Rising To mark the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising, a display at the Museum of Liverpool explores the roles of the Liverpool men and women involved in a pivotal moment of Irish history.

Museum of Liverpool, - end date TBC Lusitania; life, loss, legacy Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, 0151 478 4499, - ongoing A Room of One's Own When we walk into a room, we instantly know if we feel at home. Some rooms are built to impress, others purely for comfort. We also make judgements about the person whose room it is: would we actually like someone who lived like this? Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, 0151 652 4177, - to Sun 20 Nov Lord Street: Past, Present & Future The mile long, Victorian thoroughfare is said to have been the inspiration for the tree lined boulevards of Paris. With a charming, unique style all of its own, Lord Street has been a favourite shopping destination for over a century and has many fascinating stories to tell.

The Atkinson, Lord Street, Box Office (01704) 533 333, - to Sun 31 Jul Eye for Colour World Museum, Liverpool, - to 4 Sept 2016 On the Waterfront Explore the history of the Albert Dock and the changing fortunes of the waterfront. Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, 0151 478 4499, - to June The British Invasion Explore how 1960s beat groups conquered America.

The Beatles Story Pier Head, George's Parade, L3 1DP, - to Sep 30 Tramway Museum, Taylor Street, Birkenhead, - Saturdays and Sundays 1-4.30pm, school holidays on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 1-4.40pm.

Free entry Explore The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - all year round Victorian Dreamers The Atkinson, Lord Street, Box Office (01704) 533 333, - to Sun 13 Nov From Renaissance to Regent Street: the Della Robbia Pottery Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Oxton, Wirral. 0151 652 4177, Sat 18 Jun - Sep 4 TURN TO PAGE 16 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 15 EVENTS Liverpool Hope University International Tennis Tournament 2016 Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park, 0151 291 3000, - to Sun Jun 19 Little Artists Creative workshops Metal at Edge Hill Station, Tunnel Road, 0151 707 2277, - to Fri 1 Jul Action Transport Theatre Drama Drop-In Our new weekly Drama Drop-In sessions are on Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm.

Action Transport Theatre, Action Transport Theatre, 0151 357 2120, - to Wed 27 Jul Ways of Seeing: Art and Faith The Black E, 1 Great George Street, 0151 709 5109, - to Fri 26 Aug Discover Historic Waterfront World Heritage Walk Take in the abundance of culture and heritage of Liverpool's Waterfront on the official Albert Dock and Pier Head walk.

Liverpool City centre and waterfront, Lime Street Station, 0151 24389410, - to Mon 31 Oct Afro supa hero International Slavery Museum, 3rd Floor of Merseyside Maritime Museum, 0151 478 4499, - to Dec Baby Book Club It's never too early to start reading together! The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Wed 29 Jun Around the World Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, 01925 442399, - to Sat 10 Sep, Free Entry Introduction to Screenprint The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Sat 20 Aug Print Club The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - Mon 22 Aug Artisan Food and Drinks Fayre - Waterloo Community Festival Old Christ Church, Church Road, 44 151 924 5738, - Fri 17 Jun Toddler time Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, 0151 478 4199, - Fri 17 Jun - Sat 18 Jun Exhibition tour International Slavery Museum, 3rd Floor of Merseyside Maritime Museum, 0151 478 4499, - Fri 17 Jun Lever and Napoleon Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight Village, 0151 478 4136, - Fri 17 Jun Scrips The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Thu 18 Aug Funs for Everyone The club is targeted at children with movement difficulties e.g. dyspraxia.

Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, 0151 280 7757, - Fri 17 Jun, PS2.00 Multi Sports Club for Adults The club is open to everybody but will especially caters for people with a learning disability or autism who are aged 16+. Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, 0151 280 7757, - Fri 17 Jun, PS1.00 Classic Film Matinee The Florrie, 377 Mill Street, 0151 728 2323, - Fri 17 Jun Blogging for Beginners The Women's Organisation-Liverpool, 54 St James Street, 0151 706 8111,, - Fri 17 Jun, PS25.00 Film Station: Jesus of Montreal (18) Denys Arcand's provocative 1989 movie.

Metal at Edge Hill Station, Tunnel Road, 0151 707 2277, - Fri 17 Jun Care Home Open Day Paisley Court Care Home, 38 Gemini Drive, - Fri 17 Jun Fat Activism: A Radical Social Movement The Bluecoat, SchoolLane, 0151 702 5324, - Fri 17 Jun Join Us For Our Children's Book Club Waterstones Bookshop Liverpool, 12 College Lane, 0151 709 9820, - Fri 17 Jun A Summer Celebration The Atkinson, Lord Street, Box Office (01704) 533 333, - Fri 17 Jun, PS6.00 Haunted Sleepover St George's Hall, Saint George's Place, 0151 225 6911, - Sat 18 Jun, PS59.00 Waterloo Community Festival Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre, Cambridge Road, 0151 966 6868, - Sat 18 Jun Tiny Liverpool Museum of Liverpool, Mann Island, 0151 478 4545, - Sat 18 Jun - Sun 19 Jun Cycling Places must be booked in advance.

Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, 0151 280 7757, - Sat 18 Jun, PS1.00 Crafternoons at the Museum! Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, 01925 442399, - Sat 18 Jun, Free Entry Mersey Games There is a morning slot from 10.30am and an afternoon session from 1.30pm. Expect to be with us for 2-3hrs.

Mersey Games, I M Marsh, 07800846920, - Sat 18 Jun Liverpool Wine Tasting Day with Award winning Wine Unearthed Radisson Blu, 107 Old Hall Street, - Sat 18 Jun, PS80.00 Wine, Beer & Spirits Home Brew Training Course Love Brewing, 591 West Derby Road, 0151 228 8377, - Sat 18 Jun College Open Event The City of Liverpool College, The Learning Exchange, 0151 252 3000, - Sat 18 Jun Science Blast Citadel Arts Centre, The Citadel, 01744 735436, - Sat 18 Jun, PS12.00, PS8.50 Princess Mononoke [PG] Picturehouse At FACT, 88 Wood Street, 0871 902 5737, - Sat 18 Jun Merseyside Civic Society - State of the City 2016: Who Cares? We Care.

The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - Sat 18 Jun Paper House Hunting for The Whitechapel Centre Liverpool's city centre, Liverpool, - Sat 18 Jun Crime and Punishment tours St George's Hall, Saint George's Place, 0151 225 6911, - Sat 18 Jun, PS3.50 Music, Photographs & Stories from the Archives Open Eye Gallery, 19 Mann Island, 0151 236 6768, - Sat 18 Jun, Free Entry Rhyme time Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, 0151 478 4199, - Sat 18 Jun - Sun 19 Jun Destination Space show World Museum Liverpool, William Brown Street, 0151 478 4393, - Sat 18 Jun - Sun 19 Jun

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