What's On Guide - St George's Hall

From behind the scenes tours to concerts, festivals and fetes and much more, there is something for everyone this season at St George's Hall. The Concert Room with it's gold leaf, mirrors and huge chandelier: Charles Dickens described as 'the most perfect room in the world'. We also have a range of activities provided by our Heritage Centre including tours, talks and exhibitions in our recently opened Basement Galleries.

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Forthcoming Events

July 2016

Liverpool Pride

Saturday 30th July - Sunday 31st July

St George’s Quarter, the thriving cultural sector of the city centre will be transformed into a colourful festival site bursting with activities over the two days. There will be live music and entertainment, food and drink zones, community and education zones, a market place and family activities and speakers.

Family friendly

August 2016

Where There’s A Will - Much Ado About Nothing

Wednesday 3rd August - Friday 5th August 2016

A season of classic Shakespeare plays will take place at St George’s Hall Liverpool to mark the 400th Anniversary of the Bard’s death.


RIP Mr Shakespeare

Thursday 11th August

A company of clowns pay homage to the Bard but it soon becomes a comedy of errors! It is William’s last night on earth but his dreams soon turn into nightmares. RIP Mr Shakespeare is presented by Hand in Hand Theatre, a Wirral based, award winning company.

September 2016

Chas & Dave: The full story live

Saturday 3rd September 2016

Chas & Dave are still selling out all over the UK following on from their hit album That’s What Happens on Warner Brothers Records.


Organ Recital

Tuesday 6th September 2016

Professor Ian Tracey organist to the city of Liverpool continues his hugely popular lunchtime recital series on the magnificent Willis organ.


An Audience With Manuel Cuevas

Saturday 10th September

To celebrate the opening of Musical Threads - From Mariachi to Mersey Beat and Back on September 10, the man himself, Manuel Cuevas, will travel from his home in Nashville, Tennessee, to take part in an exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime audience with event inside the beautiful St George’s Hall concert room. Hosted by fellow designer, and self-proclaimed Manuel fan, Wayne Hemingway MBE, An audience with Manuel Cuevas will give guests a unique insight into the life and career of this extraordinary talent.

Suitable for all visitors

Mind, Body and Soul exhibition

Saturday 10th September - Sunday 11th September

New Age Events present the Mind, Body and Soul exhibition. A spiritual weekend featuring, exhibitor’s, workshops and demonstrations.

Musical Threads

Saturday September 10th - Sunday 16th October

An exciting new exhibition celebrating the Mexican man who clothed some of the most iconic music stars of all time - from The Beatles to Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan to Jack White and The Killers - is coming to St George's Hall this autumn.

Suitable for all visitors

Choose Happiness

Thursday 22nd September 2016

Modern Buddhism presents the meditation and mindfulness techniques we need to achieve happiness. Learn how to choose happiness in your life in this event.


October 2016

Organ Recital

Tuesday 11th October 2016

Professor Ian Tracey organist to the city of Liverpool continues his hugely popular lunchtime recital series on the magnificent Willis organ.


The Divine Comedy

Friday 14th October

With their eagerly anticipated eleventh album ‘Foreverland’ due for release September 2nd, The Divine Comedy have announced 18 UK & Irish dates (alongside a full European tour) this October and early in 2017.


Liza Pulman sings Hollywood

Thursday 20th October 2016

Liza Pulman (of Fascinating Aida) brings you an evening of some of the greatest songs from the silver screen.


November 2016

Seann Walsh: One for the Road

Wednesday 16th November

The Lie-in King returns with a brand-new show. Described by The Guardian as “unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation"


Steve Harley

Thursday 24th November

Steve Harley is back on the road with his Acoustic Trio line-up, accompanied by virtuoso players and long-standing Cockney Rebel members, James Lascelles (piano/percussion) and Barry Wickens (violin/guitar/mandolin).


December 2016

Marcus Brigstocke: Why The Long Face?

Tuesday 6th December

One of Britain’s finest comedians and broadcasters, Marcus’s talent was noted early on in his career in 1996 when he won the BBC New Comedian Award at the Edinburgh Festival. He is now regarded as a major comedy, writing and acting talent, performing stand up nationally to sell out audiences around the UK and globally at international comedy festivals.

Organ Recital

Tuesday 13th December 2016

Professor Ian Tracey organist to the city of Liverpool continues his hugely popular lunchtime recital series on the magnificent Willis organ


Ongoing Events