Your guide to St Helens’ live scene

The Lancashire Hotpots are set to play the Citadel
The Lancashire Hotpots are set to play the Citadel

WHAT’S happening in St Helens’ bustling live scene? Find out here...

Those of you who‘ve got tickets will no doubt be looking forward to a homecoming gig by The Lancashire Hotpots at the Citadel this Saturday (March 2). Sadly, for anyone who hasn’t already got tickets, the event is now sold out.

To anyone with an interest in mediumship, the name of Tony Stockwell will certainly need no introduction. Tony has been working tirelessly for more than 20 years to bring forward messages of love from the grave. He is set to bring his gift to St Helens Theatre Royal next Wednesday (March 6).

There are many tribute bands playing the music of Rory Gallagher, who sadly passed away in 1995. Rory’s music reached a massive audience from Norway to Spain, from Japan to the USA. Now his Band Of Friends are set to play the Citadel on March 9 to remind gig-goers about his brand of rock/blues. Among the Band Of Friends are bass guitarist Gerry McAvoy and drummer Ted McKenna – who played with Rory for a combined total of 24 years.

Have you ever imagined all of your favourite musical theatre songs all rolled into one Fantastic evening of entertainment? That’s what you’ll find when Be Our Guest comes to the Theatre Royal on Saturday, March 9.

The Vienna Festival Ballet are set to perform an enchanting version of Sleeping Beauty at the St Helens Theatre Royal on Sunday, March 10. The classic fairytale, combined with Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score, certainly make for a great evening of entertainment.