Want to know what's on in Liverpool? Confidentials has got you covered. Here are some things next month (that are actually worth going to)

2023 12 21 Wind In The Willows Shakespeare North Playhouse
Kids and parents alike will enjoy this one Image: Shakespeare North Playhouse

The Wind in the Willows

Kickstart the year with a wonderful rendition of timeless children's classic, The Wind in the Willows - a funny tale of friendship, courage, consequences and bravery. Join Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger as they explore the English countryside. Family tickets are 20% cheaper - discount applied when paying for four full-priced tickets (minimum of one adult ticket necessary). 

Where: Shakespeare North Playhouse
When: 2-13 January 
Price: From £3 (+ booking fee)
Tickets & more info: shakespearenorthplayhouse.co.uk

2023 12 21 Future Forecast Tate Liverpool
See an audio-visual work created by the Greenhouse Project Young Event Producers Image: Tate Liverpool/Mark McNulty

Future Forecast

This 24-minute film, created by a group of young people from Toxteth called the 'Greenhouse Project Young Event Producers', is an imagined vision of what our future could look like due to global warming. See how extreme weather conditions could change the landscape of Liverpool and the rest of the world. This impactful project aims to inspire people to make positive changes before it's too late.

Where: Tate Liverpool
When: 15 January - 10 March
Price: FREE
Tickets & more info: tate.org.uk

2023 12 21 Blundell Street Soul Sunday
Enjoy an afternoon of chilled soul music Image: Blundell Street

Soul Sunday at Blundell Supper Club

Keep those Monday blues at bay a little while longer and enjoy an afternoon of chilled-out soul music accompanied by 2-course roast dinner (or alternative of your choice), alongside entertainment at Liverpool's oldest, most established Cabaret Bar. 

Where: Blundell Street
When: Every Sunday throughout January
Price: £25pp
Tickets & more info: feverup.com

2023 12 21 Bmth Press Image 1 2023 12 13 102056
Heavy rock fans won't want to miss out on this Image: Chuff Media/Bring Me The Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon

Probably the hottest name in British rock right now, the Sheffield-formed Bring Me The Horizon are touring the UK and Ireland as part of their NX_GN WRLD TOUR. The BRIT and Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum-selling quintet is one of the most electrifying and successful rock bands to emerge from the UK. With support from American heavyweights Bad Omens and more, this gig promises to pack a punch.

Where: M&S Bank Arena
When: 17 January
Price: From £50.78 (+ booking)
Tickets & more info: ticketquarter.co.uk

2023 12 21 Cinderlla Liverpool Everyman
Toe-tapping, head-bopping fun for the whole family Image: Everyman Playhouse/Luke Barnes

The Rock 'n' Roll Panto: Cinderella

It's the fairytale classic, but like you've never heard it before. Packed with sass, silliness and sparkle, the team of actor musicians will perform a variety of banging rock tunes for you to sing along to. It's one for all the family to enjoy. 

Where: Everyman Theatre
When: 1-20 January
Price: From £16
Tickets & more info: everymanplayhouse.com

2023 12 21 Shiverpool
Prepare to be petrified Image: Fever

Shiverpool: Auld City & The Dead House Tour

Learn about Liverpool's ghastly past as you explore the city's oldest streets. On this 1.5 hour tour, your guide will tell terrifying tales of times gone by before leading you down to a creepy underground morgue hidden below a Gothic spire. 

Where: Meet at the Queen Victoria Monument
When: Every Wednesday and alternate Saturdays throughout January 
Price: From £14.50
Tickets & more info: feverup.com

2023 12 21 Camp And Furnace Fleetwood Mac
The music made by two of the best bands in history goes head-to-head Image: Camp & Furnace

Fleetwood Mac vs Queen

Fleetwood Mac vs Queen returns to Camp and Furnace, providing all the power ballads and sing-along anthems you could ever wish for. Are you team Stevie or team Freddie? Let the rest of Liverpool know by singing your heart out at this popular event, set to sell out. 

Where: Camp & Furnace
When: 5 January
Price: From £12.90
Tickets & more info: skiddle.com

Return of the Gods Exhibition

The collection of impressive marble statues was originally collected by the 18th century antiquarian, Henry Blundell of Sefton. This family-friendly exhibition is your chance to learn more about ancient Greek and Roman mythology, deep-diving into the theories behind Gods, Goddesses, heroes and heroines of the historical period.

Where: World Museum
When: On until February 25
Price: From FREE
Tickets & more infoliverpoolmuseums.org.uk

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