Colin Serjent reviews the film La Belle Epoque, directed and written by Nicolas Bedos and showing at Picturehouse from 22nd November.
Reviewed by Ashley McGovern reviews the film Earthquake Bird, directed by Wash Westmoreland and based on the novel by Susanna Jones.
Ashley McGovern reviews The View From The Top Of A Pyramid, the exhibition by Jacqui Hallum at the Walker Art Gallery on until 1st March 2020.
Colin Serjent reviews the book by Hugh Hollinghurst, Sefton: The Postcard Collection which looks at the history of Sefton through a collection of 170 postcards.
Rob Harrison reviews Inside Out, the debut album by Úna Quinn.
Neil Morrin reviews the Dead Pigeon Gallery, an exhibition of mixed media installations in a mid-terrace house in Anfield, open during November and December.
The Screaming Target reviews the new music releases to be found in and around the Nerve office, this time it’s the Political One with Vile Assembly, Beans On Toast and Cerrone.
The Screaming Target reviews the new music releases to be found in and around the Nerve office these past two months including Cigarettes After Sex, Emel Mathlouthi and Gazel.
Ashley McGovern reviews Joker, the new movie about the Batverse’s most notorious maniacal villain, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaquin Phoenix in the title role.
Sandra Gibson reviews the play Knee Deep in Promises, written by Deborah Morgan and directed by Paul Goetzee, on at the Royal Court Studio till 19th October.
Amina Hersi reviews NT Live: Fleabag, the one-woman show written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, broadcast live to the Picturehouse cinema from London’s West End.
Tom Bottle reviews the new book from Amberley Publishing, The Wirral in 50 Buildings, written by Les Jones who explores the history of this fascinating area looking at its most interesting buildings.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Bait, directed by Mark Jenkin and shot on a 16mm camera using black and white Kodak film.
Ashley McGovern reviews Best Before Death, the documentary film directed by Paul Duane which follows the artist and musician Bill Drummond on The 25 Paintings World Tour.
Colin Serjent reviews the new science fiction film directed by James Gray, Ad Astra, showing at Picturehouse from 20th September.
Colin Serjent reviews the documentary film For Sama, which tells the story of 26-year old female Syrian filmmaker Waad al-Kateab who filmed her life through five years of the uprising in Aleppo.
Ashley McGovern reviews the French film A Faithful Man, directed by Louis Garrel and shown at Picturehouse.
Ashley McGovern reviews the film directed by Adrian Noble, Mrs Lowry & Son, about the artist L. S. Lowry and the relationship with his mother.
Jennifer Walker reviews the comedy play by Gerry Linford, The Menlove Avenue Murder Mystery, on at the Royal Court until 21st September.
Colin Serjent reviews the new Pedro Almodovar film Pain and Glory, showing at Picturehouse and starring Antonio Banderas as a film director looking back at his life.