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Theatre Preview: No Kids, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

No Kids is heading to Liverpool's Unity Theatre

Theatre Preview: Cornermen, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Cornermen, the hit show by Oli Forsyth and award-winning new writing company Smoke & Oakum Theatre, arrives in Liverpool on March 13 as part of its national tour. This high-octane, knockout of a story marks the company’s first tour and follows on from the huge success of Happy Dave and Kings.

Music Preview: The Bowie Experience, Empire Theatre, Liverpool

The Bowie Experience, the most successful David Bowie tribute show, is back with a brand new production.

Comedy Preview: Mark Thomas, Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool

Stand-up comedian Mark Thomas returns to Liverpool from March 8-10 with a comedy show directly from a Palestinian refugee camp.

Theatre Preview: Ellen Kent, Empire Theatre, Liverpool

Introducing the celebrated soprano Maria HeeJung Kim from the Korean National Opera, Seoul and the international soprano Alyona Kistenyova with Vasyl Vasylenko, artistic director and conductor for the National President's Orchestra of Ukraine, Kiev

Theatre Preview: The Kite Runner, Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool

The Liverpool Playhouse welcomes home its hugely successful co-production of The Kite Runner for five nights after a second West End run at London's Wyndham Theatre.

Theatre Preview: Sunset Boulevard, Empire Theatre, Liverpool

There’s just two weeks to go until Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning musical Sunset Boulevard opens at the Liverpool Empire. Joining Ria Jones as ‘Norma Desmond’will be Danny Mac as ‘Joe Gillis’.

Music Preview: The Rat Pack – Live From Las Vegas, Empire...

The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas sends you back in time to the glamorous, golden era of 1950s Las Vegas.

Theatre Preview: Circus Of Horrors, Empire Theatre, Liverpool

The spectacular features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre and fantastic circus acts; acts all woven into a sensational shock/horror story and the darkest of magic. Taking the show to a whole new level, it’s powered along by a Devil-driven soundscape and, with a tongue firmly in each cheek, you’ll Die Laughing.

Theatre Preview: The Rise And Fall Of The Hamburger Queen, Unity...

Written By: Mark Armstrong Through comedic characterisations, dazzling dance routines, and a show-stopping voice (obviously, she can do it all) taking you on a journey...