The Countdown to Christmas

As Christmas (the most wonderful time of the year) is just around the corner, we’ve decided to provide you with a list of the best & most affordable (often FREE) things to do in Liverpool as an LJMU student to get you in the festive mood… well, ring-a-ding-ding! Liverpool’s Christmas Market at St George’s Plateau > Markets until December 22nd…

Week Commencing: 28th November 2016

W/B November 28th Everyman – Mon 28th-Sat 3rd December – ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Panto @ 7pm (plus Friday matinee @ 1:30pm and Saturday matinee @ 1:30pm) NOT IN STUDENT OFFER Philharmonic – Friday 2nd December – ‘New World’ @ 2:30pm Royal Court – Mon 28th-Weds 30th – ‘Scouse of the Rising Sun’ @ 8pm…

Week Commencing: 21st November 2016

W/B November 21st Playhouse – Tues 22nd-Sat 26th – ‘When We Are Married’ @ 7:30pm (except Wednesday at 5:30pm, plus Thursday matinee @ 1:30pm, and Saturday matinee @ 2pm) Everyman – Sat 26th – ‘Beauty and the Beast‘ Panto @ 7pm NOT IN STUDENT OFFER Tate – ALL WEEK – ‘Edward Krasiński’, ‘Cecile B. Evans‘, ‘Yves…

Week Commencing: 14th November 2016

W/B November 14th Playhouse – Wed 16th-Sat 19th – ‘Institute’ @ 7:30pm (except Thursday @ 5:30pm) Philharmonic – Friday 16th November – ‘I, Daniel Blake’ @ 7:30pm Tate – ALL WEEK – ‘Edward Krasiński’, ‘Cecile B. Evans‘, ‘Yves Klein’ & ‘Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus’

Week Commencing: 7th November 2016

W/B November 7th Playhouse – Mon 7th-Sat 12th – ‘Susan Hill’s The Woman In Black’ @ 7:30pm (except Wednesday @ 5:30pm, plus Thursday matinee @ 1:30pm & Saturday matinee @ 2pm) Everyman – Tues 8th-Sat 12th – ‘Heads Will Roll’ @ 7:30pm (except Thursday @ 5:30pm, plus Saturday matinee @ 2pm) Philharmonic – Friday 11th…

REVIEW: Things I Know To Be True

“No one’s perfect, not even your family….” Both hilarious and heart-breaking in equal measure, Things I Know To Be True really hits where it hurts. A story of the pressures of finding your identity in the world and the expectations parents place upon their children, the play uses honest monologues, harsh dialogues and beautiful physical theatre to explore the…