January 27th 2017 - by Craig Lamb

Check out what’s happening in Liverpool this Spring.

We have been connecting Liverpool businesses for more than 25 years so we like to keep an eye on some of the great things going on in our city. Here’s a few things you might want to catch in ealy 2017! The visit Liverpool site is great place to start too.

What's on in Liverpool - Spring 2017

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra: Night at the Opera

WHERE? Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BP. Tel: 0151 709 3789WHEN? Saturday 18 February 2017 7:30pm
Liverpool Opera at the Philharmonic

Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus

WHERE? Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4BB. Tel: +44 (0)151 702 7400ABOUT? Tate Liverpool’s latest exhibition, Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus looks at the work of artists Tracey Emin (b. 1963) and William Blake (1757 - 1827). The exhibition will reveal unexpected links between the two artists in a free display of contrasting works from the Tate collection. Both artists' work show a concern with spirituality, birth and death.

Tracey Emin’s ‘My Bed’ 1998, one of Britain’s most renowned artworks of the past 20 years will be at the heart of the display.

Jack Whitehall: AT LARGE

WHERE? Echo Arena, Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4FP. Tel: 0844 8000 400ABOUT? Multi award-winning stand-up comic Jack Whitehall is back on tour and bringing his brand new live show to Echo Arena Liverpool. The follow up to his ground-breaking debut arena show, JACK WHITEHALL: AT LARGE will be the biggest tour ever from one of the UK’s hottest comedy stars. Fresh from hosting the Royal Variety Performance and starring in Bad Education and A League Of Their Own, this is your chance to catch Jack at his dynamic best, live on stage!

Jack Whitehall Image

The Narnia Experience

WHERE? St George's Great Hall, Lime Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1JJ. Tel: 0151 225 6909ABOUT? The Narnia Experience is “In Another Place’s” acclaimed interactive production which brings the story’s characters to life.

The Narnia Experience will transform St Georges Great Hall into the fantasy land with trees being imported; Mr Tumnus and Mrs Beaver’s homes being created; the Professor’s study being built and the White Witch’s throne room constructed. And young and old will delight at the grand model of Aslan himself.

The cast and crew of 500 are made up of volunteers.

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