17th November - 25th November
We’ve picked out six of the best events going on in the worlds of gigs, comedy and theatre in the next week to ensure you don’t miss out on the cream of Liverpool’s cultural crop. Be the first to receive our highlights by signing up to our newsletter and get news of competitions, the latest Bido Lito! magazine hitting the streets and other bulletins to ensure you know about the latest goings on. This week, the bustling November music calendar continues, a much loved film gets the big screen treatment and politico punks pay a visit.
DEAD GOOD GATHERING
Various venues – 17/11-19/11
Happening across Maguire’s Pizza Bar, Constellations and Liverpool Social Centre, Antipop Records present the likes of THE ROUGHNECK RIOT, HABITS AND QUEEN ZEE and THE SASSTONES for their genre-spanning festival for the socially conscious. Find out all the details here.
JOHN JOSEPH BRILL
Leaf – 17/11
Formerly of this parish, JJB returns to Liverpool with his epic songs channelling the likes of Cohen, Cave and Molina. Support on the nights comes from two excellent locals in the shape of KATIE MAC and BILL NICKSON. More info here.
YOU’LL NEVER WALK ALONE
British Music Experience – 22/11
The movie known simply as ‘the French Film’ gets a well deserved special screening at the pop music museum with a special Q&A afterwards hosted by Bido Lito!‘s Craig G Pennington with some familiar Liverpool heads. Find out more here.
The Magnet – 23/11
Critically-acclaimed, politically-charged industrial punks known for their genre-defying sound and high energy come to Liverpool to tear The Magnet a new one. There is more info here.
ASTLES EP LAUNCH
District – 22/10
Merseyrail Sound Station Prize 2016 winner Astles launches his new EP Full Of Wonder with friends at District with a special AV show. More details here.
EBGBS – 25/11
Free Friday night gig courtesy of Bacardi Casa – check out rising star Cadenza as well as Star.One in what is becoming Liverpool’s home of grime. Producer and rapper Cadenza has remixed Wiley and Little Dragon and was the ‘bassiest breakthrough’ artist of the year according to Noisey. Register for tickets here.
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