Discover this month’s theatre, makers markets, live music and more!
1. be gay do rhyme (9 March)
Future Yard hosts an evening of rap-infused exploration and performances, featuring previews from Transcend Theatre’s (How to Kill a Rose, Unity Theatre) upcoming production be gay, do crime. All topped off with a DJ set from Ireland’s finest Liverpool-based queer artist, Bron. Find out more.
2. Liverpool Makers Bazaar (12 March)
As Mothers’ Day and Easter are fast approaching it’s time to get your serious gift vibe on at Liverpool Makers Bazaar and buy directly from the people who made it….there’s a story behind each item and a happy dance (inside) with every sale. With free entry to 45 talented small local businesses and pop up vintage tea room Mrs B’s Vintage Teas, they will have something for everyone.
3. Bathtime For Britain (16 March)
Wash away the last of the pandemic blues with Bathtime For Britain, this non-stop parade of big hits, belly laughs, booming vocals and Liberace-level costumery from queer cabaret legend Dr Adam Perchard.
4. Convenience Gallery: Life Drawing (21 March)
This Life Drawing session for people of all levels. It is untaught so that means bringing along whatever materials you want to work with and have fun with it. Convenience Gallery use Life Drawing to help fundraise to continue to do their work with the community. As a not for profit, your support at events like this helps them massively.
5. Bombay Jayashri (24 March)
Milap presents one of India’s most celebrated and undisputed stars of Indian classical music, Bombay Jayashri as she returns to England for the first time in over 10 years to perform her signature programme of Carnatic compositions and improvisations, at The Tung Auditorium.
To discover even more events happening across the Liverpool city region check out our What’s On listings.