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Top things to do in Merseyside: July 2022

Your monthly events guide for gigs, clubs, festivals and more

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‘The safest Labour seat in the country’ - Walton MPs star in new film

MANIFESTO charts three years in Labour party politics

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Top things to do in Liverpool: February 2022

Lunar New Year, open-air cinema, an intergalactic adventure, and much more...

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'Boiling Point' - Stephen Graham’s kitchen nightmare is a must watch

One-shot restaurant thriller lifts the lid on hospitality industry

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Top things to do in Liverpool and beyond: August 2021

From a festival down on the farm to rooftop cinema in the city, there's loads...

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Miners' strike revisited in dance house on docklands

LEAP festival kicks off 25th anniversary with a home to call its own.

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Theatre review: Fiddler On The Roof, Everyman

This is a brilliant production, from the first violin scrapings of the eponymous Fiddler on...

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Strawberry Fields Forever: it was 50 years ago today

Strawberry Fields, with its extra ‘s’, is an imagined land of lost memories and found...

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Big music names bring the bite to Liverpool Sound City

Talk of revolution from Don Letts, Jah Wobble, Peaches and Andrew Weatherall. Words: Damon Fairclough

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REVEALED | Alan Moore comes to Liverpool for Super Weird Happening

The counter-culture legend headlines marathon 'gathering of the tribes' by DJ Greg Wilson

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The Mersey Sound that made poetry an open book

Liverpool salutes Henri, McGough and Patten for three whole months. By Damon Fairclough

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