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MUSIC TODAY Revolution Every Wednesday, punk rock and metal. O2 Academy, Hotham Street, 0844 477 2000, www.o2academyliverpool.co.uk The Everyman Folk Club Meets every Wednesday from 8.30pm. Cross Keys, 13 Earle Street, Liverpool, 0151 709 3336.

Spotify Wednesdays Every Wednesday.

Leaf lets guests indulge in some of their favourite tracks, old and new, via the most contemporary of all the world's jukeboxes. Ground floor, Leaf, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.

co.uk TOMORROW The Red Suns Along with Go Fiasco, The Cheap Thrills, Dominic Dunn, and Liberty Vessels. The Zanzibar Club, Seel Street, 0151 707 0633, www.thezanzibarclub.

com Thursday Beatles Tribute Night With resident band The Cavern Club Beatles. Cavern Club, North John Street, 0151 236 9091, www.cavernclub.org The Deep Dark Woods With support from The Springtime Anchorage.

Leaf, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.co.uk Three Of A Kind A night of blues and jazz headlined by the Dave O'Grady Trio, jazz guitar virtuoso Ben Hughes and Liverpool upstarts The Roscoes. Unity Theatre, Hope Place, 0844 873 2888, www.unitytheatreliverpool.

co.uk COMEDY TOMORROW Keith Carter as Nige Presented by Laughterhouse Comedy. The Slaughterhouse, Fenwick Street, 0151 227 5946, www.laughterhousecomedy.

com Comedy Central Stand-up night, tonight, tomorrow and Saturday.

Baby Blue, Albert Dock, 0151 702 5834, www.liverpoolcomedycentral.

com THEATRE 51 Shades of Maggie Play based on Leesa Harker's viral Facebookbased spoof blog of the bestselling Fifty Shades of Grey, February 5. Liverpool Empire, Lime Street, 0844 871 3017, www.liverpoolempire.

org.uk Beauty And The Beast Of Rock The classic family pantomime with a twist, January 31-February 1. Floral Pavilion Theatre, Marine Promenade, New Brighton, 0151 666 0000, www.floralpavilion.com Bella: Queen of the Blackfriars Ring The story of legendary boxing promoter Bella Burge on her journey from being the confidante of music hall queen, Marie Lloyd, to losing everything in the 1940 Blitz, February 5-6. Unity Theatre, Hope Place, 0844 873 2888, www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk Cirque Beserk Combining contemporary cirque style skills with thrilling stunt actions, January30-February 1. Southport Theatre, The Promenade, Southport, 01704 500036, www.southporttheatreandconventioncentre.

com The Daughters of Nyx When their mother's life is coming to an end, the Lylas sisters sacrifice everything to save her. Performed by students from Cronton Sixth Form College, January 31. The Brindley, Runcorn 0151 907 8360, www.thebrindley.org.uk The Heart of Everton's Badge The history, myths and legends surrounding the Lock-Up Tower and its extraordinary place in Everton district history. February 4. The Capstone, Shaw Street, 0151 291 3578, www.thecapstonetheatre.

com Once a Catholic Kathy Burke directs a classic comic play set in the mid 1950s in The Convent Of Our Lady Of Fatima, until February 8. Royal Court, Roe Street 0870 787 1866, www.royalcourtliverpool.

co.uk Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Presented by West End Players, January 31-February 1. …

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