Wednesday 18th March
Spill Yer Tea – Constellations (35-39 Greenland Street) – 7pm
Third instalment of experimental Live Art and Performance Art in Liverpool.
SPILL YER TEA is presented by DRIP; an accessible and all-inclusive artist led platform, supporting the creation and presentation of new and exciting Live Art and Performance Art works in the North West.
We provide an open supportive platform for emerging and established artists, students and graduates and collectives and groups to share new artwork that is either ready-to-go, or is in its developmental stages. Our audiences are welcome to provide written feedback on all work presented.
The platform is unfunded / artist led. We suggest a £5.00 entry fee on the door, however any individuals experiencing financial hardship will not be turned away. We also offer a pay forward scheme for those who wish to purchase a ticket for someone else. Proceeds are used to pay for all costs incurred for the production of the event. Any additional profit is equally shared between contributors and artists involved.
Thursday 19th March
Sid Griffin, Calum Gilligan, Thom Morecroft – 81 Renshaw – 7:30pm
Heaven’s Gate and 81 Renshaw are proud to present, for the music loving community of Liverpool and Merseyside, the welcome return to Liverpool of US Americana legends Peter Case and Sid Griffin. When they played at 81 in May 2019 they were phenomenal and left a full house delighted and yearning for more. Well, here it is so don't miss out. This will be an amazing night of live music with two brilliant artists.
The Grammy nominated Case first drew notice in rock groups The Nerves and The Plimsouls but since 1986 Case has been a solo singer-songwriter, usually appearing alone, with a dozen solo albums in his catalogue. He has collaborated with a Who’s Who of USA notables including T-Bone Burnett, Van Dyke Parks, Roger McGuinn, The Heartbreakers, as well as David Hidalgo of Los Lobos.
British audiences know Sid Griffin from the Long Ryders and his frequent appearances on both BBC radio and TV as a pundit. Griffin has three solo albums out, the last being The Trick Is To Breathe, an album Uncut magazine named Americana Album of the Month, writing “…it is a high-water mark in a career which has always celebrated traditional American music with eloquence and boundless enthusiasm.
Milo Seabird EP Launch – Studio 2 Parr Street – 8pm
Mellowtone presents, with Campbell L Sangster and Ben Burke in support.
Getintothis Social with Cow, Bandit, Louise Evans – District 61 Jordan Street – 7pm
Joining our house band, Coffee Shop John and the Silver Spoons will be the venerable riff inspired COW, up and coming garage-rock four-piece Bandit, with spoken word provided by Louise Evans. Don’t forget PG’s Tremendous Quiz, either. Free entry event.
Cancelled - Ostara: Bonnacons of Doom & Pale Rider – Kazimier Stockroom – 8:30pm
Ostara: the matriarchal triple goddess signifying transitions of time and season.
After touring their Trans-Pennine Hypnotics around the UK and Europe Bonnacons of Doom return to Liverpool to play their first hometown headline show in over two years for the first event of a series of ritualistic performances marking the turning of the circle of the year. Ostara is a celebration of the spring equinox, a summoning of light from darkness in the bleakest of times, a call for collective joy, transcendence and resistance. Joining the communion are the incredible Pale Rider.
Friday 20th March
Little Shop of Horrors Immersive Screenings – VideOdyssey – 7pm
"Feed me Seymour, feed me!!" Join us for an immersive screening of 1986 classic movie Little Shop Of Horrors. This March sees the return of Audrey II at VideOdyssey... as we open a pop up Mushnik's florist, which you can visit, take pictures and see the alien blossom inside our TV studio cinema.
Just be 'sure' not to get too close! Featuring other interactive elements on the night - including actors playing the movies iconic characters. Sing-a-long to the comedy musical starring Rik Moranis, Ellen Greene and an electrifying performance by Steve Martin as the dentist. There will be themed Little Shop Of Horrors COCKTAILS available, which will have you dancing in the aisles.
Directed by Mr Yoda himself aka Frank Oz, this is one of our video shop era faves and we're delighted to bring it to our film studio big screen, as part of the BFI Musicals season, for your viewing pleasure. Not to forget that you can feel blooming marvellous with all the FREE PLAY arcade machines you can eat in our VideOdyssey member's arcade bar. There are 2 dates - the 20th and 21st of March:
Eat Me + Preach! Mother’s Day Edition – District (61 Jordan Street) – 8pm
HOSTED BY The Hot Young Gold-Digging Step Mom of the Haus of Eat ME - MISS KEVIN LE GRAND & ailing spinster PENNY LANE! AND FEATURING:
AND DJ SETS from from Marilyn Misandry andd founder and spinstress supreme of queer POC Party, Rebecca Never Becky…MIX_STRESS !
We’re ushering in the matriarchy, the gynocracy (some mothers DO have em!) , the mother of all hallmark holidays, the end and the beginning of mankind...
We will also be serving you a deeelishos 3 course, vegan, homo-cooked meal, JUSTA LIKEA MAMA used to make it, courtesy of The Guac n Roll Kitchen:
BIG MUMMA’S MENU
Breakfast in Bed Bagel
Luscious cream cheeze smothered bagel topped with homemade smoked salmon Lox, dill + caper dressing and peashoots with a wedge of lemon! O, mama! (V)
New orleans style pepper gumbo stew with okra, sliced brats and spicy chorizo sausage crumble served over fluffy white rice. Life giving! (V)
Good Mum's go to Ice Cream
The mother of all choc chip cookie Ice cream sandwiches. Finished with sprinkles and decorated with love! (V)
Court and Spark (the Joni Mitchell Songbook) – Capstone Theatre – 7:30pm
“Condemned to wires and hammers, strike every chord that you feel
That broken trees and elephant ivories conceal”.
- Joni Mitchell - Judgement of the Moon and Stars
Singer, songwriter, painter, poet, activist and voice of a generation, Joni Mitchell is an essential part of the soundtrack to the twentieth-century. She grew up with folk music in the 60s, she railed against injustice in the 70s - she turned her autobiography into song in the 80s and reinvented herself in the 90s. Court and Spark – the Joni Mitchell Songbook will take you on a musical journey that will probably mirror your own journey through life, from Ladies of the Canyon , Clouds , For the Roses , Blue and Court and Spark , to the cool, evocative sounds of The Hissing of Summer Lawns , Hejira , Mingus and Turbulent Indigo .
Satin Beige – Jimmy’s – 7:30pm
Satin Beige brings her Soul R&B Pop to Jimmys for her first headline show in 2020. Satin is a singer songwriter who performs with her cello and her band, a new rising star on the music scene
Silent-K – the Baltic Social – 7:30pm
“Intergalactic Safari Park Punks SILENT-K return with another dose of rock n rollercoaster cartoon-pop-art. Special guest performances from David Silcock and Resonator Force ....BRING THE NO!SE.”
Harold Nono album launch – worldwide online
Harold Nono - "We're Almost Home" - CD (+ digital) album launch
Musica in Quarantena – Milan / broadcast worldwide - ongoing
QUARANTINE MUSIC #milanononsiferma
From midnight on Friday 6 March until the end of the quarantine
50 Milanese and international artists already confirmed
Would you like to participate? Send your music to email@example.com
The event will be held behind closed doors given the regional ordinance that prohibits any type of public event.
All live and DJ sets can be followed live online on the Facebook and instagram profiles of the Temple of the Lost Future and all the artists involved
Caribou – will now take place later in the year, instead of 1st April, at IWF
Lee Scratch Perry – 24 Kitchen Street date pushed back until October 17th
The Who – no new date yet for Arena show that was meant to be April 6th
Palace – tour axed, date at Arts Club cancelled
The Snuts – instore signing at Phase One cancelled
Shaun Martin – Snarky Puppy member’s tour date at IWF on March 22 cancelled.
Athe: Oli XL – postponed until later in the year, will still go ahead at QUARRY, though not on 21st March.
Look out for Threshold & Sound City announcements.
Tuesday 10th Film – Nina Simone Live in Montreux 1976 7pm Stockroom
Nina Simone at her uncompromising best. Free screening.
Thursday 12th Zanzibar – Madi Davis/Amelia/Evie Wright/Benji Riggs – Sould/rnb/pop hosted by Sumati 7.30pm
Thursday 12th Sweaty Palms/Uncle Jane/Beija Flo @ Quarry 7.30
Friday 13th – Luna Hello Earth EP Launch 7pm
With Twin Galaxies and Ola Szmidt
Friday 13th Stockroom – Vogue.Noir 7.30pm
New wave/post punk influenced music. Reminds me of M83
Friday 13th – Kode 9 White Hotel 9 hour set 10pm
Friday 13th Jim Moray @ Ullet Road Unitarian Church 7.30pm
With Tom Moore on fiddle
Critically acclaimed English folk artist and producer.
Saturday 14th Video Nasties/Chinsniffer/Shuck @ Sound. Metal and heavy 7.30pm
March 27th Arborist + Dan Wilson & The Counterfactuals 8pm - Alternative country troubadours
The PMS team's recommendations as presented on the programme.