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  • November 25, 2015

    REVIEW: Panti Bliss, Epstein Theatre

    There’s a new woman in my life, and her name is Panti Bliss. Her latest show High Heels in Low Places is far from the veteran drag queen’s first, but proves an unforgettable introduction to her Liverpool audience; a city she had never appeared in before this weekend. Thank you, Homotopia. Panti – and/ or […]

  • November 23, 2015

    Tmesis founder comes Home

    Home is a new multi-disciplinary production from Physical Lab’s Yorgos Karamalegos that premieres at the Unity this week. Yorgos, one of the founders of Tmesis and Physical Fest, has been working from London in recent years, but is excited to return with an intense new work inspired by the story of Medea, that he says […]

  • November 20, 2015

    Interview: Panti Bliss

    “My theatre shows are essentially monologues – comedy with a bit more of a serious message wrapped up in them,” Rory O’Neill explains. “The show is just stupid fun. But I hope when you leave it’s given you something to think about.” If the name doesn’t ring a bell yet, you might know him better […]

  • November 17, 2015

    MDI celebrates the end of its 21st anniversary year

    MDI will round off their 21st anniversary year this weekend with their African and Caribbean dance showcase, Bend Down Low. Taking place at The Florrie in Toxteth at 7pm on Saturday (November 21), they say the evening “looks set to be a fitting finale for what has been a wonderful year of celebrations”. MDI has […]

  • November 11, 2015

    Of all the bars in all the world… it’s Kazablanca!

    City improv group Impropriety will be returning to their spiritual home of the Kazimier for the final time next month in what is sure to be a fitting tribute to the venue before it closes for good at the end of the year. It may have always been better known as a music venue but […]