The Philharmonic Hall is one of Liverpool’s premier arts and entertainment venues. It is best known for the classical music concerts given by the resident Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, but also hosts a packed programme of concerts by internationally acclaimed artists, comedy shows, and other events.
Classic and blockbuster films are also screened on the hall’s Walturdaw cinema screen. It rises from the stage to music performed by the venue’s resident organist.
Events - What's On - Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
A selection of upcoming shows and events at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall are listed below. Tickets can be purchased here.
|Saturday 2nd December 2023 7:30 pm||Sophie Ellis Bextor|
|Sunday 3rd December 2023 7:00 pm||The Bootleg Beatles|
|Monday 4th December 2023 7:30 pm||Dancing in a Winter Wonderland with Aljaz and Janette|
|Wednesday 6th December 2023 8:00 pm||Sophie McCartney - Tired & Tested|
|Friday 19th January 2024 7:30 pm||THE CLASSIC ROCK SHOW 2024|
|Saturday 20th January 2024 7:30 pm||THE CLASSIC ROCK SHOW 2024|
|Tuesday 23rd January 2024 7:30 pm||Jonathan Pie: Heroes & Villains|
|Wednesday 24th January 2024 7:30 pm||Jonathan Pie: Heroes & Villains|
|Monday 29th January 2024 7:30 pm||Go West & Wet Wet Wet|
|Sunday 11th February 2024 7:00 pm||Matt Green: That Guy|
|Wednesday 14th February 2024 7:30 pm||Girls' Night In - the Round FT Kezia Gill, Jade Helliwell, Demi Marrin|
|Thursday 15th February 2024 7:00 pm||ABC - The Lexicon of Love|
|Friday 16th February 2024 7:30 pm||One Last Time Farewell Tour|
|Saturday 17th February 2024 7:00 pm||Rick Wakeman - Return of the Caped Crusader|
|Sunday 18th February 2024 7:30 pm||Vidura BR - French Kiss Tunnel|
|Monday 19th February 2024 7:30 pm||Dr Michael Mosley and Clare Bailey Eat (well), Sleep (better), Live (longer)!|
|Friday 1st March 2024 8:00 pm||Ross Noble: JIBBER JABBER JAMBOREE|
|Saturday 2nd March 2024 7:30 pm||Professor Brian Cox - Horizons: A 21st Century Space Odyssey|
|Sunday 3rd March 2024 7:00 pm||The World According to Kaleb|
|Tuesday 12th March 2024 7:30 pm||10cc|
|Sunday 17th March 2024 7:00 pm||Tony Hadley|
|Monday 25th March 2024 7:30 pm||Dirty Dancing in Concert|
|Friday 29th March 2024 7:30 pm||Celebrating 50 Years In Showbiz|
|Friday 29th March 2024 7:30 pm||MC Hammersmith: Straight Outta Brompton|
|Saturday 30th March 2024 7:00 pm||Leigh Francis|
|Sunday 31st March 2024 7:30 pm||The Billy Joel Songbook|
|Saturday 13th April 2024 8:00 pm||Troy Hawke: the Greeters Guild|
|Sunday 14th April 2024 8:00 pm||Troy Hawke: the Greeters Guild|
|Monday 15th April 2024 7:30 pm||The Horne Section's Hit Show|
|Tuesday 16th April 2024 7:30 pm||Blue|
|Saturday 27th April 2024 8:00 pm||Tommy Tiernan: tommedian|
|Sunday 28th April 2024 7:30 pm||Julian Clary - a Fistful of Clary|
|Tuesday 30th April 2024 7:00 pm||Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox - The '10' Tour|
|Monday 6th May 2024 7:30 pm||Jethro Tull The Seven Decades|
|Wednesday 22nd May 2024 7:30 pm||Ed Gamble - Hot Diggity Dog|
|Wednesday 9th October 2024 7:00 pm||Steve Hackett- Genesis Greats, Lamb Highlights and Solo|
|Sunday 27th October 2024 7:30 pm||Al Murray - Guv Island|
|Sunday 24th November 2024 7:00 pm||Bellowhead|
More events may be listed on the official Liverpool Philharmonic Hall website (see the information section at the end of this page).
Tickets for all shows and events can also be purchased online at the official Philharmonic Hall website (see information box at the end of this page), or by telephoning the box office on 0151 709 3789. They can also be purchased in person from the box office. A detailed seating plan is available on the official website.
The Philharmonic Hall is situated on Hope Street, roughly halfway between Liverpool Cathedral and the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Drivers with satellite navigation systems can use the postcode L1 9BP. The closest mainline train station is Liverpool Lime Street, around ½ mile from the venue.
The Hope Street Hotel is a boutique hotel with 89 individually designed rooms. It’s situated just across the road from the Philharmonic Hall.
The Philharmonic Dining Rooms, at the corner of Hope Street and Hardman Street, is a pub known for its ornate interior, particularly the mosaics and tiles in the gent’s toilets. The Grade II listed building is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful pubs in the UK.