Queen avenue, a narrow Victorian Street in Liverpool City Centre. There is golden festoon lighting hung across the buildings and people outside eating at little tables and chairs.

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What's On At The M&S Bank Arena

If there’s one thing we know how to do in Liverpool it’s to put on a show and one of the best places to head to do that is the M&S Bank Arena! From hosting the 2008 EMA’s, to Sports Personality of the Year in 2017, the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019, welcoming stars including Paul McCartney…

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New Knowsley Safari docuseries to air on Channel 4

Knowsley Safari is the focus of a brand-new primetime six-part television series, Secret Life of the Safari Park, which is scheduled to hit screens on Channel 4 at 8pm, from Thursday 4th January, 2024. Produced by Blast! Films, makers of The Supervet and The Secret Life of the Zoo, the hour-long…

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Macbeth, A Thespian Powerhouse and The Depot

Liverpool’s film studio is getting a theatrical make-over as it prepares to welcome one of the world’s biggest movie stars. The Depot, located off Edge Lane, will be transformed into a custom-built theatre as it hosts the premiere of a brand new production of Macbeth, starring award-winning actor…

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Final programme announced for Liverpool Theatre Festival

The final four shows have been announced for this year’s 11-day Liverpool Theatre Festival which takes in July with a brand new Summer date. Tickets for all productions are now on sale. The full programme features 18 shows spanning 24 performances throughout the festival, with genres including…

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Liverpool Arab Arts Festival celebrates 25 years

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival, the UK’s longest running annual festival celebrating Arab art and culture, brings leading Arab artists to the city between Thursday 6 – Sunday 16 July 2023. Founded in 1998, Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) began with a vision to keep Arab arts, culture and…

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