What’s on in Liverpool: 2-15 September 2016
Chas & Dave
St George’s Hall
Chas & Dave arrive in Liverpool with their ‘rockney’ blend of boogie-woogie piano and pre ‘60s rock ‘n’ roll for one night only at St George’s Hall.
Fusion Festival heads to Liverpool for the first time. Headliners include Jason Derulo, Tinie Tempah, Olly Murs and Busted.
Star Trek 50th Anniversary Art Exhibition and Auction
More than 30 artists will pay tribute to Gene Roddenberry’s iconic sci-fi creation ‘Star Trek’, showcasing illustrations, paintings and prints to models and photography. An auction will raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.
After 10 years and three top 10 albums, The Enemy bring their impressive back catalogue of anthems to Liverpool for the last time as part of their farewell tour.
Lennon – Through a Glass Onion
The critically acclaimed part concert, part biography show returns featuring a catalogue of Lennon and McCartney’s most renowned hits.
Stranger Tings – A night of music featured in and inspiring the Netflix TV show
As Netflix Original hit ‘Stranger Things’ continues to be a talking point on both sides of the pond, The Merchant pays homage to the Eighties-set supernatural series. Expect everything from Toto’s ‘Africa’ to ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’ by The Clash to be on the playlist.
Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club
Camp and Furnace
BBC Radio 6 Music DJ and actor Craig Charles brings a night of funk, soul and groovy tunes to the Baltic Triangle venue.
A Taste of Liverpool
Coinciding with the new series of the ‘Great British Bake Off’, Speke Hall hosts an artisan food, drink and craft event giving visitors the chance to sample some of the best grub Merseyside has to offer.
Having released their first single in 2014, Sheffield indie band The Sherlocks have spent the summer playing at some of the UK’s biggest festivals and bring what promises to be a fresh performance to the Arts Club.