• What's on in Liverpool: January 2017

What’s on in Liverpool: 13 – 26 January 2017

What’s on in Liverpool

Event listings for 13 – 26 January 2017

13 January (until 18 June)
Art of Solidarity
International Slavery Museum
An exhibition of posters evoking the liberation and independence movements which swept through Africa between 1967 and 1989, many inspired by Fidel Castro’s Cuban Revolution.

15-16 January
The History of The Cavern
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Special charity concerts will mark the 60th anniversary of the club The Beatles made famous, with The Overtures and special guests set to take fans on a musical journey spanning six decades.

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18 January
Ground Control: Soundtrack to Space
Record producer Steve Levine will explore the sounds associated with outer space, followed by a Q&A and a screening of the David Bowie-fronted ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ to mark one year since the musician’s passing.

20 January
Sessions Faction’s 6th birthday
Reggae, hip hop, dubstep and jungle club night Sessions Faction will celebrate its sixth anniversary with a pulsating party headlined by D1 and Sukh Knight.

21 January
John Shuttleworth: My Last Will and Tasty Mint
Graham Fellows’ comic creation John Shuttleworth takes to the stage to perform rib-tickling songs, ponder his own mortality and wax lyrical about his first encounter with a Polo mint.

21 January
Club The Mammoth All-Dayer
Arts Club Liverpool
Two top London promoters join forces for an all-day extravaganza featuring performances from The Fall, Hookworms, Kagoule, Tigercub and more.

24-28 January
Empire Theatre
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical charting Eva Peron’s rise to power, charity work and eventual death comes to Liverpool for a five-night run.

25 January
Night Light
Capstone Theatre
The Unity Theatre team presents a hard-hitting production about teenage asylum seekers in the UK who share stories from their past and their hopes for the future while hiding from the authorities.

26-28 January
Winter Ales Festival
St George’s Hall
More than 200 real ales and ciders will be available to sample at the Liverpool landmark’s Great Hall, as well as wines, spirits and food from local purveyors.

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