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Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

See What's On at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP
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Liverpool Philharmonic's What's On Guide, featuring contemporary and classical music, family events, films, comedy, talks, tours and more. ♫ View the Sept - December 2018 What's On
The Capstone Theatre

The Capstone Theatre
Spring Season 2019
The Capstone is delighted to announce the launch of its spring 2019 season, which runs from late January to May 2019, and promises an eclectic selection of artistic treats with contemporary music, jazz, world music, dance and dramatic performances, and film screenings.

The season boasts two festivals, including the seventh incarnation of Liverpool International Jazz Festival (Thu 21 – Sun 24 Feb), and international combined arts festival The Angel Field Festival (Fri 22 – Sat 30 Mar), a brand-new addition to Liverpool’s cultural calendar. In addition, there is a scattering of performances from Capstone regulars Milapfest, Liverpool Mozart Orchestra, Allerton Brass and others.

Spring Brochure pdf
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The Capstone Theatre Shaw Street, Liverpool L6 1HP

Liverpool Jazz Club
📅 Thursday 14 February 2019
Grand Central Hall, Liverpool
An evening of live jazz in the city's quirkiest venue. 6-piece house band; jam session; free admission.
Music @ Gallery 1, Castle Park Arts Centre
📅 Friday 15 February 2019
Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham WA6 6SE

Music @ Gallery 1 presents one of the foremost violinists in Gypsy Jazz, the unique and charismatic Daniel John Martin, playing live with Gary Potter (guitar) and Ed Harrison (double bass). Starts 8 pm. Tickets £15. Available from the Arts Centre or telephone 01928 735832 or 07914794039
Bar available.
castleparkarts.co.uk


The Spitfires
📅 Saturday 23 February 2019
O2 Academy 2
With their brilliant third album, Year Zero freshly under their belts, Watford based 4-piece The Spitfires consist of songwriter Billy Sullivan on lead vocals and guitar, Sam Long on Bass/backing vocals, Matt Johnson on drums and George Moorhouse on keyboards. Taking in a wide range of influences from reggae and ska through to punk and soul, this melting pot of musical genres has helped infuse and consolidate the band’s own highly authentic sound and style into a progressive take for a new generation of fans. There is nothing to stop this four-piece powerhouse becoming one of the country’s most exciting and diverse live young acts. The Spitfires have successfully claimed a spot at number six on the UK Independent Charts as well as number one on the Indie Breaker’s Charts. Following their blistering debut to national TV on BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, the band have announced their new tour ‘

Being described by Vive Le Rock as, “The burning white heat of the future,” the act are a must-see live act that never fail to deliver their raw talent and power. Over the last couple of Summers, the band have used this power to perform to vast audiences at The Isle of Wight, Reading & Leeds, Beautiful Days and Y Not Festival.

After swaggering their way into supporting icons such The Specials, Paul Weller and The Skids, The Spitfires will be dominating the country singlehandedly from October alongside support at their Islington Academy date on November 10th from Emily Capell. Winner of best newcomer at the recent Boisdale Music Awards and a captivating singer-songwriter, Emily Capell is exploding out of North West London. Other support acts on the tour include: The Social Room, Nick Corbin, Lovebites & The Riff.
Live comedians

The Dog House
📅 Thursday 28 February 2019
Milo Lounge, 90 Lark Lane, L17 8UU
Never been to the dog house but I have been to a place where dogs are allowed. There is also a place where comedians, musicians and poets are allowed.
Comedy: Chris Jones
Music: Chris Young
Poets
Charlie Pink
Tom George


DiN Double Bill: d’Voxx + Ian Boddy & Nigel Mulla
📅 Saturday 2 March 2019
The Capstone Theatre
DiN Records, one of the UK’s premier ambient electronic labels, presents an evening of modular synth music. These instruments have made a real comeback in recent years and provide the performer with all the building blocks for them to create their own custom system. As such each & every performance is a unique sonic event.

d’Voxx is a live electronic music duo and will be launching their debut album, Télégraphe (DiN58). Their music both looks at the past with it’s tightly choreographed, Berlin School inspired sequence lines but wraps this in a gorgeous blanket of modern ambience.

Ian Boddy (DiN label boss) and Nigel Mullaney are seasoned electronic music performers and will be pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with modular systems in a live setting. Mullaney’s rhythmic excursions provide the backdrop for Boddy to improvise using fascinating electronic instruments such as the Resonant Garden & French Connection Ondes Martenot keyboard.
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Everton in the Community Gala Dinner
📅 Tuesday 12 March 2019
The Titanic Hotel
Charity Gala Dinner with the Everton first team in attendance to showcase and raise awareness of 'The People's Place', Everton in the Community's mental health campaign.
Champagne reception, three course dinner, entertainment and fully inclusive drinks package for £210 per person with all proceeds going to the charity. Tickets
Music @ Gallery 1, Castle Park Arts Centre
📅 Friday 22 March 2019
Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham WA6 6SE
Music @ Gallery 1 presents the Lollo Meier Quartet
Lollo Meier - Lead Guitar
Andre Doni - Clarinet
Filippo Dall'Asta - Rhythm Guitar
Umberto Calentini - Double Bass
The Legendary Dutch Gypsy Swing guitar Master, composer, bandleader and arranger, Lollo comes from an elite family of Gypsy players. His goal: to carry on the music of Django, with a style and technique that’s traditional, melodious, lyrical, sensitive and joyful. His mellifluous compositions have a refreshing authentic Django flavour and are played with extraordinary talent, unique style and amazing suppleness that clearly reflects that he makes music he loves.
22 March 2019
Doors open at 7.30 pm, Starts 8 pm.
Tickets £15 in advance, £18 on the night.
Available from the Arts Centre or telephone 01928 735832 or 07914794039
Bar available
Gig

Music @ Gallery 1, Castle Park Arts Centre
📅 Friday 29 March 2019
Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham WA6 6SE
Music @ Gallery 1 presents Keith James.
With the songs of Nick Drake - a haunting and immaculately crafted concert.

This unique and dedicated concert begins with an introductory set of timeless songs by brilliant songwriters – all contemporary to Nick Drake.

Starts 7.30pm.
Tickets £15 Available from the Arts Centre or telephone 01928 735832 or 07914794039
Bar available

Rossini: Petite Messe Solonnelle
📅 Saturday 30 March 2019
The Great Hall, Liverpool Hope University L6 1HP
The Liverpool Welsh Choral, four superb soloists and three incredible accompanists perform Rossini's lovely Petite Messe Solennelle. Works by Verdi and Mozart are also featured.
Keith Orrell conducts the ensemble in an evening of memorable music.
Tickets: £15.00 ( unreserved) from Mavis Owen 0151 652 6374
email: lwctickets@gmail.com or Tickets
Moore Moss & Rutter 2019

Moore Moss & Rutter at Liverpool Irish Centre
📅 Thursday 25 April 2019
Liverpool St Michael's Irish Centre, L6 5JG
Hosted by Liverpudlian Traditional Fiddler Mikey Kenney, who will open with a set of traditional Irish fiddle music.

In 2018 there was a heightened sense of anticipation around the reunion of Tom Moore (fiddle, viola), Archie Churchill-Moss (melodeon) and Jack Rutter (guitar) in the trio that won them the 2011 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award. Widely regarded as three of the best players, innovators and performers in traditional folk amongst a precociously gifted generation, their finely-crafted arrangements wield a rare potency. Having toured with some of the biggest and brightest acts in the British folk scene, they reconvened in 2018 to release their third record together which marked a decade of performing as a band.
'III' (released April 2018 on Hudson Records) harbours the trio's talents as instrumental composers and curators, featuring a diverse yet cohesive collection of primarily self- penned material. Recorded 'live in the room', this latest album is a melting pot of influences which feels unmistakably current. For all this, 'III' the third in a trilogy which charts the growth of these three artists. Charged, visceral and gutsy at points; subtly reflective and sensitive at others; captures the amplitude of Moore Moss Rutter's fierce live performances. They will be touring the UK in April 2019.
Tickets £8 adv. 7.30pm

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