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GRAND CENTRAL HALL LIVE EVENTS - FEBRUARY 2020

FRIDAY 21ST FEBRUARY - THE MUSICAL BOX - A GENESIS EXTRAVAGANZA.

FRIDAY 21ST FEBRUARY - THE MUSICAL BOX - A GENESIS EXTRAVAGANZA PART II

LIVE AT THE GRAND CENTRAL HALL

As the only band ever licensed and supported by Genesis and Peter Gabriel, The Musical Box presents a new, never performed show featuring the music of Trespass, Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, Selling England by The Pound, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, A Trick of the Tail and Wind & Wuthering.

Tickets from £25 plus booking fee - Available Online, from The Grand Central Hall or Call our Box Office - 0151 709 3559
Doors open at 7pm Till 11pm


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THURSDAY 27TH FEBRUARY - TERRORVISION

THURSDAY 27TH FEBRUARY - TERRORVISION

LIVE AT THE GRAND CENTRAL HALL

Terrorvision were born in 1988 out of the remnants of a glam rock mess called Spoilt Brats, an amalgamation of art school buddies Mark Yates and Leigh Marklew, drumming loon Shutty and long-haired urchin Tony Wright. After three years of gigs and demos they were signed in 1991 to EMI Records on the strength of Pump Action Sunshine, a demo which featured what was to become their first Top-30 hit, My House.

Tickets from £20 plus booking fee - Available Online, from The Grand Central Hall or Call our Box Office - 0151 709 3559
Doors open at 7pm


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SATURDAY 29TH FEBRUARY - REBECCA FERGUSON

SATURDAY 29TH FEBRUARY - REBECCA FERGUSON

LIVE AT THE GRAND CENTRAL HALL

Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult 18+.
Following her sold out tour last year British singer/songwriter Rebecca Ferguson has announced a very special run of UK dates for February 2020. Visiting some of the UK’s biggest cities Rebecca will be live in concert performing all her greatest hits and songs from her forthcoming album.

Tickets from £26 plus booking fee - Available Online, from The Grand Central Hall or Call our Box Office - 0151 709 3559
Doors open at 7pm


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"Exceptional" By Graham from Ireland