The Screaming Target rounds up the record releases for the last two months. It’s a good crop you lucky people!
‘Cammell Laird’s 37 the Truth’ tells the story of the battle for jobs, livelihoods and communities fought on the Mersey in 1984, brought to The Casa by Mike Howl.
Joe Coventry reviews Two, the exhibition by Pamela Holstein and Lucy Cecilia Pickavance at the Egg Cafe till 4th March.
Finvola Dunphy reviews the production by Liverpool Network Theatre of Jean-Paul Sartre’s classic piece of existentialist theatre, ‘No Exit’ (Huis Clos).
Finvola Dunphy reviews the adaption of the novel by E. M. Forster, A Passage to India, performed at the Liverpool Playhouse.
Rob Harrison reviews A Pacifist’s Guide To The War On Cancer, a musical about the big C which seeks to define what it is and what it means to sufferers.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Journey’s End, set during four days in the British trenches in France in the First World War, showing at Picturehouse till 8th February.
Colin Serjent reviews The Post, directed by Steven Spielberg and on general release from 19th January 2018.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, showing at Picturehouse from 12th January.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Rey about a French lawyer who declared himself King of Mapuche in Chile in the 1860s.
Rob Harrison reviews the concert by David Bowie’s piano player Mike Garson, playing the entire Aladdin Sane album at the 02 Academy.
Rob Harrison reviews the concert by The Moulettes at the Liverpool Philharmonic Music Rooms.
Colin Serjent reviews the pantomime Mother Goose, performed by Burjesta Theatre at The Casa till 13th January 2018.
Colin Serjent reviews the play Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, on at the Liverpool Playhouse till 13th January 2018.
Colin Serjent reviews the documentary film about refugees, Human Flow, directed by Ai Wei Wei.
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.
Colin Serjent reviews the book by Ken Pye, Liverpool At Work: People and Industries Through The Years, published by Amberley Publishing.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Neil Anderson, Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to Working Men’s Clubs which celebrates the heyday of the working men’s club circuit of the 1970s.
Joe Coventry reviews the special Remembrance concert performed by the Pixels Ensemble at the Hope University Campus on 13th November.