Joe Coventry reviews the concert at the Capstone Theatre by Anglo-Scandinavian three-piece jazz band Phronesis, performing music from their recently-released album, We Are All.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Anthony Dawson, The Rainhill Trials, when, in October 1829, a competition was held to find the best form of motive power for the Liverpool and Manchester Railway and travel would never be the same again.
Joe Coventry reviews the book Wirral From Old Photographs, written by Ian Collard and featuring 180 photographs charting the changing nature of the Wirral peninsula over the last century.
Joe Coventry reviews the book The Port Of Liverpool In The 1960’s & 1970’s, written by shipping historian Ian Collard.
Joe Coventry reviews the book of poetry by Arthur Adlen, Memoirs of a Breck Road Buck & other poems, published by Living History Library.
Joe Coventry reviews the Liverpool Biennial 2018 Festival Of Contemporary Art, which runs to 28th October.
Joe Coventry reviews the book Port Sunlight And Its People, written by Jo Birch and published by Amberley Publishing.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Doug Birmingham, Merseyside Traction, a photographic record of Merseyside trains from the last 20 years, published by Amberley Press.
Joe Coventry reviews the production of Mozart’s Italian opera, Cosi fan Tutte, presented by Flat Pack Music at the Casa Theatre.
Joe Coventry reviews the concert by Tom Paxton and The Don Juans at the Capstone Theatre.
Joe Coventry reviews the concert by Calli Hughes doing the songs of Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan at the Capstone Theatre.
Joe Coventry reviews the two volumes of Angry Alan comic, as originally featured in Nerve Magazine.
Joe Coventry reviews The Necks, Centrifuge and Shatner’s Bassoon at the Interactions Festival at the Capstone Theatre.
Joe Coventry reviews the exhibition of collages by Kate Fallon-Cousins, which is at the Egg Cafe until 18th April.
Joe Coventry reviews The Outsider – News From Nowhere, the new album by Liverpool composer and multi-instrumentalist Neil Campbell.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Hugh Hollinghurst, Historic England: Liverpool, an illustrated history with photographs from the Historic England Archive and published by Amberley Press.
Joe Coventry reviews the Liverpool International Jazz Festival 2018 which included James Taylor, Aron Ghosh, Jason Robello, and Soft Machine.
Joe Coventry reviews Two, the exhibition by Pamela Holstein and Lucy Cecilia Pickavance at the Egg Cafe till 4th March.
Joe Coventry reviews the concert by Peggy Seeger and her son Calum on the First Time Ever Tour at the Philharmonic Music Room.
Joe Coventry reviews the musical fundraising evening for St Bride’s Church featuring Emma Dears and Roy Weissensteiner.