This is a show which you’ll be able to enjoy time and time again as it will be given its world premiere at the BBC Proms 2016.
January is a month which is typically a quiet one, everyone is saving their money, detoxing or recuperating after the hectic festive period.
Well, if you’re still up for some amazing club nights, want to do a little cultural exploring or looking for a theatre show, Liverpool has plenty going on this January. When: 3rd– 21st January Where: Everyman Theatre Everyone’s favourite love story, Beauty & the Beast is back in Liverpool with a twist.
Supported by Andrew Hill, Miles Garrett, Joel Carey & Piers, as well as the ever great atmosphere and bar, this is a night you won’t want to miss.
When: 27th January Where: District House If Fish Friday’s were a weekly tradition in your family home or you simply want to enjoy a delicious fish supper, then you need to head down to District House.
The new star of country is heading to Liverpool, all the way from Nashville, Tennessee for a truly special and intimate gig at Liverpool’s favourite eatery and tea house.
You don’t have to be country music fan to appreciate the utterly raw talent of Margo Price, head to Leaf on the 21st January for a memorable evening.When: 21st January Where: Arts Club If a January detox isn’t quite your thing, then this all-dayer at the Arts Club is certainly up your street.With previous headliners including Savages, SBTRKT and Slaves & Peace, this inaugural all-dayer has a sterling line up to rival past events.This is the perfect event for foodies in Liverpool, but be warned, there is limited availability.When: 27-28th January Where: Anglican Cathedral This two-day event is the perfect way to see January out with a bang.This is a Fish Friday like no other, enjoy a three-course fish dinner paired with recommended wines in District’s VIP private dining room.