Byline: with JADE WRIGHT, CATHERINE JONES & KIRSTY McHALE
WHAT? McBusted WHERE? ECHO arena - PS46.50 T HE mash up of McFly and Busted rocked arenas in 2014, and now they're back for more, with a gig at the ECHO arena.
McBusted's Most Excellent Adventure tour will feature songs from the band's album as well as McFly and Busted favourites.
WHAT? Moving Dance Forward WHERE? Unity Theatre - 8pm, PS10/PS8 Liverpool'S OOL'S OOL LEAP 2015 dance festival continues with this show at the Unity Theatre.
Expect an evening of contemporary dance from new and dynamic choreographers and dancers.
WHAT? Mis Les WHERE? The Brindley, Runcorn - 7.30pm, PS10 INIMITABLE duo Caz n Britney head to Runcorn with their 'revolution in rollers'.
The comedy comes from actress double act Gillian Hardie and Keddy Sutton.
WHAT? A Midsummer Night's Dream WHERE? Everyman Theatre - 7.30pm, PS12-PS20 MISCHIEF and dark, dark magic is a foot in the forest outside Athens as Puck and his fellow sprites come into contact with estranged young lovers and Rude Mechanicals in this mysterious, carnivalesque version of Shakespeare's classic play.
WHAT? Demob Happy WHERE? East Village Arts Club - from 7pm PS7.25 FOLLOWING on their 2014 debut single Succubus, Demob Happy is on a 21-date UK tour, which reaches Liverpool tonight.
The evening also features Purple, Ohmns, and Severed Lips.
WHAT? Fuse ODG WHERE? 02 Academy 2 - 7pm, PS15.18 Fuse ODG (Off da Ground) performs at the Hotham Street music venue.
The British-based Ghanaian musician is best known for his song Azonto, based on the Afrobeats dance craze Azonto Dance.
WHAT? Hamlet WHERE? Picturehouse at FACT - 2.30pm, PS20/PS15 concessions IF you didn't get to see the production in the flesh at the Manchester Royal Exchange last autumn, now's the chance to catch Maxine Peake's Hamlet, not on stage but on the big screen.
The production also stars two Liverpool actresses, Michelle Butterly as a gravedigger, and Jodie McNee doubling as both gravedigger and as Rosencrantz.
WHAT? Richard III Exhibition WHERE?Wallasey Central Library - during library open hours, FREE HE was the monarch discovered buried underneath a Leicester car park, and reburied - this time in the city's cathedral -last week.
Learn more about Richard III in this free exhibition at the Earlston Road library in Wallasey. It runs until April 14.