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Calendar and Events

Wednesday 27 January 2021 GMT

March 2020

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Events March 2020

14 jun 2019 - 4 jul 2021
Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, Liverpool, Liverpool City Region, L3 1DG
80 years on, Museum of Liverpool captures the devastation and resilience of local people during the Blitz in rare photographs. Displaying up to 60 photographs taken by Liverpool City Police from 1940 – 1941, a free new photography exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool reveals the devastation the Blitz brought to the lives and city of Liverpool. Through personal accounts, this exhibition brings to life the impact of the war through the eyes of those directly affected by the bombings.
sun 11
'Fake news - Who can we trust?' Talk by IMPRESS
Bijou Cinema, 8 Post Office Ave, Southport, PR9 0US
ON 11 March 2020, at 7:30 pm, IMPRESS, the UK's independent press regulator, will be holding an interactive talk, followed by a question and answer session at the Bijou Cinema, Southport. They will be talking about raising standards and increasing public trust levels in the UK media; and how you, the public, can have a say. IMPRESS regulates more than 130 independent online and print publications within the UK, including ourselves. IMPRESS works with journalists and publishers to ensure that their journalism flourishes in the digital age, by providing them with the support and protection they need to publish accurate, high quality news. The public event will start at 7:30 pm with doors opening at 6:00 pm. The talk, along with question and answer session, will run until 8:45 pm. Finally, we will close with a screening of the 1976 Watergate classic:- 'All the President's Men' at 9:00 pm (run time: 2 hours 18 minutes). The bar will be available from 6:00 pm to 10:45 pm for drinks, including coffee and tea. Ticket Tariff: £5 will be available on the door on the night.
mon 12
Puccini Madama Butterfly
Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, The Promenade, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0DZ
Welcoming back the fabulous Korean soprano Elena Dee and the celebrated international soprano Alyona Kistenyova*, this award-winning Opera returns in a new production with exquisite sets including a spectacular Japanese garden and fabulous costumes including antique wedding kimonos from Japan. One of the world’s most popular operas, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly tells the heart-breaking story of the beautiful young Japanese girl who falls in love with an American naval lieutenant – with dramatic results. Highlights include the melodic Humming Chorus, the moving aria One Fine Day and the unforgettable Love Duet. With live 30 piece orchestra, this Opera is sung in Italian with English subtitles. Senbla by arrangement with Opera International presents An Ellen Kent Production *Cast subject to change. No age restriction
tue 13
I’m Still Standing – Elton John
Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, The Promenade, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0DZ
I’m Still Standing – The Music of Elton John is a musical celebration of the legendary 50 year career of Sir Elton John. Featuring all of his greatest hits performed by the outstanding Joel Buckingham and backed by an amazing live band. No show about Elton John would be complete without the outrageous outfits and glasses which have become a signature of his live shows from the early 1970’s right up to the modern day. Get ready to be taken through an incredible legacy of great songs and music and features all the hits including Crocodile Rock, Rocket Man, Candle in the Wind, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, Sacrifice, Daniel and The Circle of Life. “Amazing tribute to Elton John.” Mark Ritchie – The Stage “At the end of the show the audience rose to their feet for the ovation, they didn’t want it to end.” The Daily Post
sun 18
Head Matter Festival of Happiness
The Brain Charity, Norton St, Liverpool, L3 8LR
To mark Brain Awareness Week The Brain Charity will throw open its doors from 10.30am to 4pm, to welcome anyone affected by a neurological condition, along with the wider community, for their big ‘Head Matters’ open day. This year the Charity is especially excited to welcome international theatre ensemble Teatro Pomodoro* to Head Matters; they will be running a free comedy workshop called: ‘Clown Kills Frown’. Famous Comedian Lawrence Clarke will be performing at this year's Head Matters too. Laurence was born with cerebral palsy and uses his comedy to alter public perceptions of disabled people, so it should be a good set. More information visit:-
mon 19
Giovanni Pernice – This is Me
Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, The Promenade, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0DZ
Strictly Theatre Co. presents Giovanni Pernice – This is Me Strictly Come Dancing favourite, Giovanni Pernice is back with a brand new show for 2020. The showman is set to light up the stage, along with his cast of professional dancers, for his fourth year of touring. With the Italian’s natural charm is combined with beautiful choreography, perfectly complemented by a fabulous soundtrack. This is Me, pays homage to the music and dances that have inspired Giovanni’s career, from a competition dancer to one of the biggest names on the hit BBC show. Expect all of your favourite Ballroom and Latin dances and more… VIP Meet and Greet information – These limited meet and greet tickets include meeting Giovanni for photo and autograph opportunities, plus a signed print. The meet and greet is pre-show, 90 minutes before the show begins. All VIP ticket holders must arrive at least 10 minutes before the meet and greet is due to start. Anyone arriving late may not be accepted. No age restriction
tue 27 - wed 28
Helen Forrester’s By The Waters Of Liverpool
Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, The Promenade, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 0DZ
Pulse Records Ltd in association with Bill Elms presents Helen Forrester’s By The Waters of Liverpool Adapted from the million-selling book, By The Waters Of Liverpool is a period drama set in the 1930s. The story opens in 1935. Helen Forrester is sixteen years old and fighting a bitter battle with her parents for the right to educate herself and go out to work. During the Great Depression, Helen’s father lost his fortune when the stock market crashed and the family were suddenly thrown into poverty. Leaving behind the nannies, servants and comfortable middle-class life in the South West of England, the Forrester’s chose Liverpool as the place to start over. They were in for a terrible shock. Taken out of school to care for her younger brothers and sisters while her parents struggled to re-build their shattered lives, Helen is treated as an unpaid slave and desperate to escape. By 1939, now aged twenty and with Britain on the brink of war, she has never been kissed by a man. But things start looking up for Helen when she meets a tall strong seaman and falls in love. “By The Waters Of Liverpool also features flashbacks to Helen’s first two volumes of autobiography; Twopence To Cross The Mersey and Liverpool Miss, so newcomers to Helen’s story will get a complete picture of her life”. Rob Fennah ~ Playwright and friend of Helen Forrester. Adapted by Rob Fennah, directed by Gareth Tudor Price. Fully authorised by the Helen Forrester estate.
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