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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
Switch on to Christmas
📅 Friday 7 December 2018
Venue: Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, L1 9BP
Come and join the Liverpool Welsh Choral and get in the festive spirit as you 'Switch on to Christmas'.
Belvedere Academy Chamber Choir (Conductor: Matthew O'Keeffe) and the Northop Silver Band (Conductor: John Doyle) get in the mood and set the scene for a magical evening of Christmas music.
LWC Conductor Keith Orrell and Accompanist Stephen Hargreaves complete the ensemble.
Start time:- 7.30 pm.
Tickets:- £13 - £27 from the Philharmonic Box Office 0151 709 3789 and Mavis Owens 0151 652 6374 or via email@example.com
Carol Concert at St Mary's Church, Knowsley
📅 Sunday 9 December 2018
St Mary's Church, Knowsley
Liverpool Male Voice Choir presents :-
This concert is our first Carol Concert of 2018 - starts at 2pm
St. Mary's Church,
Leathers Lane, Halewood, Knowsley L26 9TS
Come along and boost your Christmas Advent Celebrations - by joining us in our Carol Concert. Everybody very welcome.
There is an entry fee ( approximately £6 ) which is entirely for the upkeep of the church, and includes refreshments during the interval.
Liverpool Jazz Club
📅 Wednesday 19 December 2018
Everyman Theatre (Bistro), Liverpool
An evening of fine live jazz featuring the young band: Jazzophonists. We also feature our house band and an ensuing jam session. To reserve your table(s), please ring the Everyman box office: 0151 709 4776. Admission is free!
Liv Sync Battle 2018 Final
📅 Thursday 20 December 2018
Hosted by The Guide Liverpool’s Jay Hynd, the only Liverpool lip sync event worth seeing brings the top 10 acts from the previous three Liv Sync Battles to the Circo stage to battle for the title in a final 2018 showdown.
We're bringing back Christina Aguilera, Bananarama, Moulin Rouge, Prince, Beyoncé & Lady Gaga, The Greatest Showman’s Bearded Lady, Janet Jackson, Rihanna and the Spice Girls to find our ultimate champion!
Each Liv Sync Battle round has raised funds through sponsorship and voting for local charities including Alder Hey Children’s Charity and Roy Castle Lung Castle Foundation. There will be two ways to vote for the winner on the night; with on-the-night cash voting being donated to the City of Liverpool Gymnastics Club Foundation, and phone voting donated to Wirral Ark, a homeless charity who work at the sharp-end of frontline services by providing crisis and preventative support to some of the most disadvantaged homeless people who are pushed to the margins of our community. Tickets
Canadian Acadian Trio - Vishten
📅 Saturday 2 February 2019
The Music Room - Liverpool Philharmonic
“a jaw-dropping set from an outstanding band” Folk Radio
Multi award-winning Acadian trio, Vishtèn celebrate 15 years together with their sixth album “Horzons” and most extensive UK tour to date.
Flag-bearers for their unique musical traditions throughout the world, the powerhouse trio are currently nominated for six Music PEI (Prince Edward Island) Awards - including Album of the Year and Francophone Artist of the Year.
The trio’s most progressive release to date, Horizons sees Vishtèn continuing to push the Acadian music envelope, pulling from all three members’ rich musical upbringing and heritage whilst unashamedly drawing from contemporary influences and their continual worldwide travels. The Cajun tradition – spread by Acadians throughout North America – mixes with Celtic and world strands, altogether redefining the possibilities of French-Canadian folk. More..
📅 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.