• What's on in Liverpool: December 2016

What’s on in Liverpool: 9 – 31 December 2016

What’s on in Liverpool: 9 – 31 December 2016


9 December
Red Priest: Winter Baroque Carnival
St George’s Hall
Recorder player extraordinaire, Piers Adams brings his Baroque supergroup Red Priest to Liverpool. They’ll showcase their unique take on music from legendary composers Vivaldi, Corelli, Handel and Bach.

11 December
Rediscover the true meaning of Christmas on the big screen with this showing of 1951’s ‘Scrooge’, featuring Alastair Sim’s definitive take on the miserly title character.

14 December
Kula Shaker
O2 Academy
Britpop veterans Kula Shaker will take the stage to mark the 20th anniversary of their million-selling debut album ‘K’. Expect psychedelic rock, mysticism and ‘90s nostalgia.

15 December
Badly Drawn Boy
Arts Club
Damon Gough, better known as Badly Drawn Boy, prepares to play a repertoire of old favourites and much loved classics following his series of summer festival performances.

16 December
Soma Sonic’s 10th Birthday
Invisible Wind Factory
Popular trance showcase Soma Sonic rings in its 10th year with an all-nighter of art and light installations, live performances and DJ sets.

> Related | Gallery: Omphalos show at Invisible Wind Factory

17 December
House of Suarez presents Elements of Vogue
Renowned theatre dance company House of Suarez presents an evening of contemporary performance featuring some of the best new and emerging vogue talent from across the country.

23 December
Status Quo
Echo Arena Liverpool
Status Quo will rock the docks with the finale of their ‘Last Night of the Electrics’ tour, the band’s final full-on electric gig. Support is provided by REO Speedwagon.

26 December
Festive Boxing Day Organ Recital
Liverpool Cathedral
Keep the festive cheer going with a medley of seasonal favourites, performed on Britain’s largest pipe organ in unique surroundings.

31 December
Bring in the New Year with Songs on Film
Philharmonic Hall
Ring in 2017 with a bang as singer Joe Stilgoe performs iconic numbers from Hollywood films backed by the famous Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.


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