Ed Gommon reviews Mouse – The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought, the new show by Daniel Kitson, performed at the Liverpool Everyman.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Arabian Nights: Three Volumes, a rambling odyssey through present day austerity-hit Portugal, screened at Picturehouse in May 2016.
Minnie Stacey reviews There Will Be Cherries, a poetry anthology by Mandy Coe.
Colin Serjent reviews the film written and directed by Laurie Anderson, Heart of a Dog, shown at Picturehouse from 20th May 2016.
Ritchie Hunter reviews the film The Happy Lands, shown at the Plaza to mark the 90th Anniversary of the General Strike.
Darren Guy reviews Mustang, the debut film by Turkish/French director and writer Deniz Gamze Ergüven.
Colin Serjent reviews the play The Complete Deaths which was performed at the Playhouse Theatre and features all the on-stage deaths in Shakespeare’s works.
John Owen reviews Phil Hayes exhibition of collages documenting the Liverpool music scene, which was held at Unit 51 on Jordan Street.
Dogstar Rose reviews the exhibition of the links between Liverpool and the Silver Screen, Reel Stories: Liverpool & The Silver Screen, on at the Museum of Liverpool.
Joe Coventry reviews Pleasure: A Chamber Opera, presented by Opera North, Royal Opera and Aldbergh Music at the Liverpool Playhouse.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Green Room, directed by Jeremy Saulnier and showing at Picturehouse at FACT from May 13th.
Rob Harrison reviews the gig by Elevant, False Advertising and Pocket Apocalypse at the Liverpool Buyers Club.
Michael Kazich reviews the play Jumping The Barriers, performed by The Courtyard Players.
Rob Harrison reviews the launch of the new album by Only Child, The Whale Finds Its Way To Hope Street.
Sharon Riley reviews the poetry evening based on the Unfold exhibition at FACT which was held at Jacaranda Records on Slater Street.
Sandra Gibson reviews Nature’s Way, a selection of nature-based photographs by Liverpool photographers Colin Serjent and Jane Groves, held at The Egg Café.
Joe Coventry reviews the exhibition Liverpool Pubs – Paintings by Stephen Bower, held at the View Two Gallery.
jjSchaer reviews the exhibition on at the Bluecoat Arts Centre, Double Act: Art and Comedy.
Colin Serjent reviews the film set in the death camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1944, Son Of Saul, showing at Picturehouse.
Chumki Banerjee reviews Sandip Roy’s debut novel, Don’t Let Him Know.