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For those looking for some festive fun and a chance to pass the Christmas panto tradition down to a new generation of youngsters, Snow White at the Empire is a very good option.
White Christmas is enjoyable for all ages, but especially the older generation who will remember singing along with Bing Crosby.
The Full Monty was a very entertaining show, with strong performances and high comedy (and an - ahem! - climax that will please the females).
If you're a fan of Strictly Come Dancing, or of ballroom dancing in general, then you should love Keep Dancing at the Empire Theatre.
As an overall production, few evenings at the theatre are more entertaining than The Rocky Horror Show.
Sister Act is a really entertaining, feel-good and fun slice of theatre, with an enjoyable story and strong all-round performances.
Kiss Me, Kate is a very entertaining opera production that fans of the genre and of comedic situations in a theatre environment should enjoy.
Blood Brothers is that rare treat: a perfect show which I give my very highest recommendation to. It's a blockbuster production.
Chicago is fun, unpredictable, exciting, entertaining, and one of the more memorable productions that you will see this year.
American Idiot at Liverpool's Empire Theatre is a good show for Green Day fans, but it's definitely not for everyone.
That's Entertainment lives up to its name by providing a very enjoyable show, and a fun look back at what was a great era for music.
Save The Last Dance For Me is a nostalgic musical treat, one that I would definitely recommend that you go and see.
Simply put, if you're a fan of ballet, then you need to make sure that you see Swan Lake at the Empire Theatre.
I enjoyed Footloose, and the 18-30 crowd would get a kick out of it, but I wouldn't say that this is an essential show to go out and see.
Definitely go and see The Bodyguard at Liverpool's Empire Theatre; it is one of the best shows that I have seen this year.
Thriller at Liverpool's Empire Theatre is a brilliant journey through the legacy of The King Of Pop that I would recommend to any fan.
The Last Tango at Liverpool's Empire Theatre is a very enjoyable show and one that I would recommend that you go and see.
I would recommend Guys and Dolls as an extravagant and enjoyably nostalgic hark back to more innocent times.
The Glenn Miller Story at Liverpool's Empire Theatre is a very entertaining night of musical theatre for an older generation.
You will undoubtedly have a fun time watching Avenue Q at Liverpool's Empire Theatre. Just don't bring the little kids along.
Ballet fans will obviously have the most appreciation for Matthew Bourne's presentation of Sleeping Beauty,
Priscilla: Queen Of The Desert was a fun show, though I wouldn't rank it as the best show that one could spend their money on.
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life; tomorrow night, or on another night, you should see this show, especially if you're aged 18-30.
I felt that The Simon And Garfunkel Story was a brilliant look back at two of the most recognisable names in music.