Monthly Monday 6:30pm screenings of LGBTQ-interest films at The Picture House at FACT. See their program at:
August 21-27, 2019. The annual International Beatleweek Festival celebrates the music of the most famous pop group ever known. Bands from over 20 countries, fans from around the world, live gigs, exhibitions, memorabilia sales, guest speakers, video shows, sightseeing tours and a convention. See fb.
October 29, 2019. 7:30pm. Jaw-dropping magical tribute to the King of Pop. The largest touring tribute to Michael Jackson in the UK, an award winning production, features an incredible live band, stunning costumes, iconic dance routines and the inimitable Ben. The show promises to create the most authentic, lively and powerful re-creation of the iconic superstar you will ever experience.
November 1-10, 2019. The country's foremost LGBT art + cultural festival. A month of over 50 events, 100 LGBT+ artists; an eclectic program of new commissions, festival firsts, world premieres, many events in visual arts, theater, film, debate, dance, literature, live art. Highlights to include John Waters, Travis Alabanza, Scottee, Jinkx Monsoon and much more
Late March, 2020. Liverpool's biggest/best grass roots multi-arts event held in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle focusing on emerging artists, new work/ first views, collaboration, DIY, first view, avant garde and community based projects encompassing music, theatre, film, performance and visual arts.
Late April + mid-July 2020, two-day weekends in Sefton Park. An eclectic, cultural, captivating festival that infuses the best local independent talent, w/ a resplendent mix of salivating street food, international tastes and robust workshops. See website for details:
Mid-July, 2020. Liverpool welcomes artists, creatives and music-lovers to Summer Jam, transforming Sefton Park into a fun, free, alfresco party across acres of meadows.
Late July, 2020 at Tithebarn Street and City Centre. Festival site ticketed main stage, dance tent and cinema. Community zone entertainment, activities and speakers; a family-friendly event with all ages encouraged to attend. The Pride March remains a major part of the day’s activity, through the streets of the city center, from Queen's Square to Stanley Street.