MUSIC - THEATRE - CLUBS - CINEMA - ART - MUSEUMS - COMEDY - DANCE - Your Definitive Weekly Events Guide

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MUSIC - THEATRE - CLUBS - CINEMA - ART - MUSEUMS - COMEDY - DANCE - Your Definitive Weekly Events Guide


Mann Island, 0151 236 6768, w w w.openeye.org.uk E Chambre Hardman An exhibition of work by the Rodney Street-based celebrated photographer, in collaboration with the National Trust, until February 17

Open Eye Gallery, Mann Island, 0151 236 6768, w w w.openeye.org.uk Beryl Bainbridge, painter Unique collection of paintings, displayed together for the first time, by the celebrated Liverpool-born author, until April 28

Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, 0151 207 0001, www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mol Warm Breeze Over Rock Work by Birmingham artist Joanne Masding and Paris-born Flore Nove-Josserand until February 3

The Royal Standard, Unit 3, Vauxhall Business Centre, 131 Vauxhall Road, w w w.the-royal-standard.com Jacques Charlier: Photographs of Openings Chronicling the cutting-edge art scene in Belgium, Germany and Holland from 1974-1975

January 30 to March 1

Art and Design Academy, Liverpool John Moores University, Duckinfield Street, 0151 231 3511, www.ljmu.ac.uk Events FRIDAY The Next Big Thing Competition Heat 2 - Battle Of The Bands Competition for young, unestablished artists & bands. 02 Academy, Hotham Street, 0844 477 2000, www.o2academyliverpool.co.uk Superslam Wrestling Two hours of non-stop action from the best of British and American wrestling stars

Southport Theatre, 0844 871 3021, www.

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