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What’s on in Liverpool 23 February – 18 March 2018 | Event listings

What’s on in Liverpool February/March 2018

Event listings: 23 February – 18 March 2018

Words by Lawrence Saunders 


23 February 
Judie Tzuke
The Epstein Theatre
Best known for the 1979 hit ‘Stay With Me Till Dawn’, Judie Tzuke will perform old favourites and songs from her new album, combined with stories from across her life and career.

27 February 
The Kite Runner 
Playhouse (until 3 March)
After a successful West End run, this haunting tale based on Khaled Hosseini’s story of one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption returns to the Playhouse.

28 February 
Those Two Weeks 
Unity Theatre (until 3 March)
It’s about new love and old love, coming together and falling apart. The story of one family during one fortnight in the late 80s from award-winning writer Ian Salmon and director Mike Dickinson. 

What's on in Liverpool 23 February - 18 March 2018 | Event listings


3 March
Ed Byrne
Echo Arena Liverpool
Comedian and TV personality Ed Byrne brings his ‘Spoiler Alert’ show to The Auditorium at Echo Arena Liverpool. Expect razor sharp observations and big laughs from this Irish funnyman.

7 March
The Wailers 
O2 Academy Liverpool
Following a major UK tour earlier this year, The Wailers are coming back for more and will be performing their iconic ‘Legend’ album in full.

10 March
Andy Gunn Band 
The Magnet
Guitar virtuoso Andy Gunn brings his all-new lineup featuring the cream of Scottish blues musicians on tour in support of new album ‘Too Many Guitars To Give Up Now’.

13 March
Lee “Scratch” Perry 
Arts Club Theatre
Jamaican music hero Lee “Scratch” Perry brings his unique, innovative brand of dub reggae to the Seel Street venue.

15-17 March
Trial By Jury
St George’s Hall
Returning after a successful launch in 2017 with an Irish theme to mark St Patrick’s Day, this immersive theatre production puts the audience in the driving seat and gives them the power to decide the fate of those on trial. Guilty or not guilty?

18 March
Philharmonic Hall
Brighton folk-punk band Levellers stop off at the Phil to mark their 30th anniversary and release of their new acoustic album ‘We The Collective’.

About Author: Lawrence Saunders

Lawrence is a journalist at Move Publishing. He can be contacted via email at lawrence@movepublishing.co.uk or by phone on 0151 709 3871.