Articles by: News Desk

  • REVIEW: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs @ Floral Pavilion 19/12/09

    REVIEW: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs @ Floral Pavilion 19/12/09

    Having recently celebrated it’s first birthday, the new Floral Pavilion is playing host to it’s second pantomime over the festive period, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and our editor Rich Denton took his family along to the opening matinee of the season.

    If you’ve got kids going to the …

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  • REVIEW: The Shankly Show @ BT Convention Centre 17/12/09

    REVIEW: The Shankly Show @ BT Convention Centre 17/12/09

    After a successful commission for 2008 and, as the red half of the city commemorates the 50th Anniversary since legendary manager Bill Shankly’s first game in charge at Liverpool football club, Andrew Sherlock’s The Shankly Show returned this December with a couple of special shows at the BT Convention Centre.…

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  • REVIEW: Friendly Fires @ WHP, Manchester 13/11/09

    REVIEW: Friendly Fires @ WHP, Manchester 13/11/09

    I’d not been to a Warehouse Project event since the first year at the disjointed and freezing Boddingtons venue and my first thought on arrival tonight was the hour long queue I endured on a cold Manchester night back then. However the genius of the Store St location, set deep …

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  • REVIEW: Mcintosh Ross @ Pacific Road, Birkenhead 11/11/09

    REVIEW: Mcintosh Ross @ Pacific Road, Birkenhead 11/11/09

    The International Guitar festival of Great Britain has been a fixture of the Wirral entertainment calendar for the past 20 years and as the event comes of age, the quality of the bookings and diversity of the artists and venues continues to grow. Bill Wyman, Glen Tilbrook, Nick Harper are …

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  • REVIEW: Neil Campbell’s Frankenstein, St George’s Hall 30/10/09

    REVIEW: Neil Campbell’s Frankenstein, St George’s Hall 30/10/09

    The lush surroundings of St George’s hall provided the perfect setting for this Halloween production of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein by Liverpool composer and classical guitarist Neil Campbell. The rain lashed down outside the imposing venue as inside the select gathering made their way through the grand entrance hall and upstairs …

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  • REVIEW: Delphic – Korova 24/10/09

    REVIEW: Delphic – Korova 24/10/09

    Korova, the hang out for those who are too cool for school has moved to a new home, ironically, closer to Liverpool’s student population in the old Roadkill venue on Hope St. The smell of fresh paint filled the newly opened venue and there appeared to be a steady stream …

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  • REVIEW: James Walsh @ Newz Live, Newz Bar

    REVIEW: James Walsh @ Newz Live, Newz Bar

    One of the coolest and certainly one of the best looking bars in town Newz on Water Street has always been a hang out for the city’s fashionistas, but now on occasional Fridays the venue gets rocked to the core with Newz Live, an indie night promoting local talent alongside …

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  • Liverpool Soundcity 2009 – Day 2

    The second day of events was a slightly different affair, heavily influenced by the movies. First up was the world premiere of ‘Awaydays’ a film based on the book by local author Kevin Sampson. Red carpet arrivals of the film’s stars and a host of TV and photographers added to …

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  • Starsailor @ O2 Academy

    Monday night gigs are notoriously difficult occasions with some of the atmosphere lost through a sensible drinking policy taken up by the crowd, many of whom are still recovering from their weekend manoeuvres. Having seen tonight’s headliners on four previous occasions I knew that I would be entertained but also …

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