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What's Happening Liverpool

Some of the latest opportunities from Liverpool's wellbeing and creative communities


Jazz Saturday's at Ma Boyles

Sat Sep 09 2023 at 07:30 pm to 10:00 pm

Ma Boyle's, 7 Tower Gardens, Liverpool FREE


 

Stand up comedy at the Baltic market with some of the best comics in the business


Tuesday 12th September 2023

Baltic Market in Liverpool

7:00pm til 10:45pm (Last entry 7:45pm) £9.05





 

Nova Scotia Mann Island Presents: Wednesday Quiz Nights

Wed Sep 13 2023

Nova Scotia Liverpool, 25A Mann Island

5:30pm til 10:00pm (Last entry 5:45pm)


 

Mellowtone Downstairs at the Everyman


Thursday 14th September 2023

7:30pm til 10:45pm (Performance starts 8:00pm)

Mellowtone returns to the Everyman, with live music from Sunstack Jones, She's In The Trees, plus compere PlazzyBag and DJ RIchie Vegas.



 

Flower Fairies

15 Apr 2023—5 Nov 2023 Lady Lever Gallery, Port Sunlight

Enchanting illustrations by Cicely Mary Barker



The gallery appreciates a donation of £2-£5.


 

Museum of Liverpool - Paid Exhibition - £5

Happiness! 9 Sep 2023—3 Mar 2024


Happiness! is an exhibition filled with fun and humour. Celebrating one of Liverpool’s iconic comedians, the exhibition charts the life and career of the legendary Sir Ken Dodd, and his connection to today’s comedic stars.

This exhibition highlights Ken Dodd the entertainer - comedian, performer, actor, and singer. Ken’s unique blend of whimsical, physical, surreal and theatrical humour transformed the UK’s comedy scene.

Using memorabilia from Ken Dodd’s personal archive, this show will explore Ken’s career and how his comedic approach continues to be used and adopted by some of the UK’s most well-known and emerging comedians.

Fondly remembered for the magical world he created, including Ken Dodd's Diddymen, his tickling stick and the jam butty mines, his true passion was his natural gift for making people laugh. The exhibition will build on Ken’s passion, looking at the science of comedy, happiness and why laughter is good for our health.

The show will also explore the role Liverpool has played both as an incubator of entertainment for countless comedians, as well as its association with northern humour and identity.


 

More opportunities coming soon!

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