What’s Coming Up in 2023

We’ve hosted some amazing events through 2022, so here’s a taster of what’s coming your way over the next few months!

Circus of Horrors: Haunted Fairground

Circus of Horrors join us again at Olympia, after performing their fantastic show “The Witch” last year to a near full house. This March, they bring their brand new show to Liverpool, with an amazing set, special effects and of course, their world famous Beautifully Bizarre Circus acts, all performed to an original rock score.

Ward Thomas

Twin sisters Catherine & Lizzie return to Liverpool in support of their fifth album “Music in the Madness”, this Spring. The duo have been working hard throughout lockdown and are armed with a catalogue of new music so we expect this one to be a real treat!

The Magical Music of Harry Potter

Oscar winning conductor, Alexandre Desplat, will be joined by the London Philharmonic and Symphonic Film Orchestra for this celebration of the best music and scores from across the Harry Potter series. Visitors can expect to be immersed into a world of enchantment through the most advanced technology of light, sound, and special effects.

From The Jam

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of The Jam’s final 1982 farewell tour ‘Beat Surrender’, From the Jam, fronted by original band member Bruce Foxton, are taking to the road along with punk rock legends Buzzcocks. An evening of glorious throwbacks awaits!

Morgan Wade

Morgan Wade Crossing State Lines (And Oceans!) tour will see her play a series of special acoustic shows across the UK and Ireland. 2023 has started off a busy one for Morgan, coming to us straight off the back of a tour of the USA, tickets are almost sold out for this one and we can’t wait to welcome her to a full house in Liverpool.

Belle & Sebastian

After being forced to reschedule due to illness in 2022, Belle & Sebastian are back and raring to go for 2023! Their unique, lushly orchestrated chamber pop tunes have won them critical acclaim, including nominations for The Mercury Music Prize and Ivor Novello Award, alongside popular appeal and unsurprisingly, tickets are running low