Articles relating to: Liverpool
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The most fascinating photograph in the opening space of the Linda McCartney Retrospective at Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery is of Brian Jones and Mick Jagger from her first professional assignment.Read the full story..
Win a family ticket for four to The British Music Experience, situated on Liverpool’s Pier Head (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).Read the full story..
With the COVID-19 lockdown lifted (to some degree) and businesses finding safe ways to reopen their doors, hospitality and leisure venues at Royal Albert Dock Liverpool are beginning to welcome back guests.Read the full story..
Lebanese café and eatery Fattoush in Liverpool deserves its five-star Tripadvisor ratings – and that’s coming from a regular who’s eaten in and ordered takeaways there for the past two years.Read the full story..
This would have been a better play with just two people in it.Read the full story..
Miracle on 34th Street was always going to be a commercial banker for the Liverpool Playhouse.Read the full story..
Regular Everyman panto-goers could be forgiven for thinking they’re stranded in an endlessly recurring dream.Read the full story..
Playwright Rona Munro tells us in her forward to the programme for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein that she has a “visceral aversion” to analyses of a writer’s work that use their biography “to interpret the stories they told”.Read the full story..
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