'Live On Mars' - A
Tribute to David Bowie
A bold new stage production celebrating
iconic pop hero David Bowie; his music, artistry, style and showmanship...
Influenced by Bowie's legendary concert performances:- 'Life
fuses sound and vision to Portray the essence of Bowie, his alter egos
and creative muses, with elements of mime, dance, and stunning big screen
visuals and animation. Featuring the electrifying vocals and uncanny likeness of
singer and lifelong Bowie fan Alex Thomas, with a hand picked world class band,
and covering the Bowie back catalogue from Space Oddity to Let's Dance and
everything in between, 'Live On Mars' is sure to become the
definitive show that all generations of Bowie fans have been waiting for. So
express your inner space oddities in makeup and costume, and join us to become
part of the 'Live On Mars' experience! Set list includes:-
'The Jean Genie,' 'Space Oddity,' 'Life on Mars,' 'Ziggy Stardust,' 'Heroes,'
'Ashes to Ashes,' 'All The Young Dudes,' 'Let's Dance,' 'The Man Who Sold The
World,' 'Changes,' 'China Girl,' 'Fashion,' 'Moonage Daydream,' 'Fame,' 'Starman,'
'Rebel Rebel,' 'Sound and Vision,' 'Modern Love' as well as 'Young
If you wish to see this show, check out the
2017 UK tour dates below:-
► Tuesday, 24 October 2017, Basingstoke The
call:- 01256 844244.
► Wednesday, 25 October 2017, Liverpool Philharmonic
call:- 0151 709 3789.
► Friday, 27 October 2017, High Wycombe
call:- 01494 512 000.
► Saturday, 28 October 2017, Poole
call:- 01202 280000.
► Sunday, 29 October 2017, Plymouth
Pavilions, call:- 0845 146 1460.
► Tuesday, 31 October 2017, Truro Hall for
Cornwall, call:- 01872 262466.
► Wednesday, 1 November 2017, Yeovil Octagon
call:- 01935 422884.
► Thursday 2 November 2017, St Albans Alban
call:- 01727 844488.
► Saturday, 4 November 2017, King's Lynn Alive Corn
call:- 01553 764864.
'I'm About To Lose
Control And I Think' Joe Lycett Comes To Manchester Palace Theatre TWICE In
JOE Lycett, star of Live at the Apollo
(BBC One), Taskmaster (Dave) and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (C4), is
delighted to add even more dates to an already jam packed brand new UK and
Ireland tour of the hit show:- 'I'm About To Lose Control And I Think Joe
The tour begins in Bristol, on 13 February 2018, and
comes to Manchester Palace Theatre on Saturday, 2 June 2018, and an extra date
on Wednesday, 6 June 2018, has now been announced and tickets are now on
The new show will see Joe sharing jokes, paintings and some of the ridiculous
internet trolling he's been up to recently. Joe said:- "Since the
last tour I've basically just sat on my phone being an annoying berk online so I
can't wait to get off the phone and on the road to tell everyone what I've been
up to. It's all absolutely pathetic but some of it is a right laugh."
After making his comedy debut in 2008, Joe has gone on to secure a string of
awards and acclaim for his stand up, including 2 Chortle Awards and a
nomination for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer. H
e has become a
regular face on TV, including appearances on 'Would I Lie To You?'
(BBC One), Room 101 (BBC One), 'The Royal Variety Performance'
(ITV) and as guest host of 'Sunday Brunch' (C4).
He is host of
BBC Radio 4 series 'It's Not What You Know' and brand new
forthcoming series 'Joe Lycett's Obsessions,' and in 2016 released
his debut book:- 'Parsnips, Buttered' (Hodder and Stoughton),
which drew widespread praise and is has been released in paperback.
'I'm About To Lose Control And I Think Joe Lycett' is Joe's 3rd
nationwide tour after previous total sell out tours:- 'If You Lycett Then
You Should Have Put a Ring On It' and 'That's The Way,' 'A-ha,
A-ha,' 'Joe Lycett,' the latter of which was released on DVD in late
2016, by Universal Pictures.
Merseyside Police's week of
action to protected heritage sites and buildings
MERSEYSIDE Police have take part in a
week of action to target criminal activities involving protected heritage sites
and buildings. During the week of action, which runs that ends on Sunday, 17
September 2017, local Policing Teams have carried out high visibility patrols of
key sites across Merseyside, with the assistance of partner agencies such as
Park Wardens and ASB Teams. The sites included:- local parks, cemeteries, halls,
churches and cultural sites such as wells and farms.
Detective Inspector Paul Lamb said:- "Sadly experience has taught us that
some heritage locations are susceptible to high volumes of antisocial behaviour
and can be targets for vandalism, graffiti, arson, or in some cases theft. This
week of action is aimed at targeting criminal activity including the theft of
metal and unlawful metal detecting for cultural objects but it is also to make
people aware of the importance of these sites and that anyone found breaking the
law will be dealt with. Merseyside has numerous heritage sites, which are well
loved and frequently visited by members of the public. These sites are protected
for a reason and I would encourage anyone who sees any criminal or antisocial
behaviour at any of these sites to report it to Merseyside Police on:- 101 or
Crimestoppers anonymously on:- 0800 555 111."
Mark Harrison, head of heritage crime and policing advice for Historic England
said:- "Heritage crime comes in many forms. When thieves steal metal from
listed churches, artefacts from the ground or historic stonework from an ancient
castle, they are stealing from all of us and damaging something which is often
irreplaceable. The value of England's heritage can't be judged in pounds and
pence. The impact of theft on our historic sites and buildings has far reaching
consequences over and above the financial cost of what has been stolen. We work
closely with law enforcement colleagues across England, including Merseyside
Police, and we fully supPort any action which helps to protect heritage sites
and buildings for our future generations."