• What's on in Liverpool September 2017

What’s on in Liverpool September 2017 | Event Listings

What’s on in Liverpool September 2017

Event listings: 8 – 21 September 2017

Words by Lawrence Saunders


22 September
Pop Art Party
Tate Liverpool
The gallery celebrates the opening of its ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein exhibition with a fun-packed late night of art, music, performances, popcorn and cocktails.

> Related | Tate Liverpool announces 30th anniversary exhibitions

22-23 September
Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia
Camp and Furnace, Blade Factory & District
Strap yourself in for a voyage of discovery and get ready to immerse yourself in this unique psychedelic extravaganza.

23 September
A day of activities for ‘Imagine’
Waterstones, Liverpool ONE
As this year’s International Day of Peace is marked with a new picture book set to the lyrics of John Lennon’s iconic song, join the bookshop to make Peace Bird bunting displays during its free event.

25 September
Yianni Agisilaou
Hot Water Comedy Club
The award-winning comedian shares stories, facts, impersonations and more to pay a hilarious homage to long-running TV show ‘The Simpsons’.

27 September
Murray Lachlan Young
Unity Theatre
The acclaimed playwright, actor and writer brings his celebrated hybrid mix of stand-up and poetry to Liverpool in a brand new show.

28 September
Royal Court (until 28 October)
The show that brings Liverpool FC’s history to life using songs from the terraces is back by popular demand.

28 September
Philip Glass: 80th Birthday
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
A celebration of the age-defining composer with the UK premiere of his ‘Eleventh Symphony’ at this Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra event.

30 September
Juanita Stein
Buyers Club
The lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the band Howling Bells performs her debut solo record ‘America’ at the Hardman Street venue.

30 September
Loyle Carner
Arts Club
Following the recent release of his debut EP ‘A Little Late’, the South London-born MC makes an appearance at the city centre venue.


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