Southport Festival is an explosion of culture across the town. Discover poetry, be captivated by literature, laugh out loud with comedy, immerse yourself in art or be moved by music. We got this!

For three days from 10 – 12 May, the Waterfront will come alive with a variety of experiences. Check them out below:

Faulty Towers Dining Experience 

Bliss Hotel // Friday 10 May & Saturday 11 May  // 7pm arrival, 7:30pm start 

Waited upon by Basil, Sybil and Manuel, this is fully immersive, highly improvised comedy theatre at its best. Expect shambolic service and a 7os style 3-course meal. Internationally acclaimed by audiences and critics alike. 


Soul II Soul

Southport Theatre // Friday 10 May // 8pm

Performing all their hits including ‘Keep on Movin’ and the UK number one single ‘Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)’ 


Heather Small – The Voice of M People

Floral Hall Ballroom // Saturday 11 May // 8pm

With hits such as ‘Moving On Up’, ‘One Night in Heaven’ and ‘Search for the Hero’, Heather Small achieved massive worldwide success. Becoming one of the seminal British voices of the 1990’s


Horrible Histories Live on Stage – Barmy Britain

Southport Theatre // Saturday 11 May // 2:30pm & 5pm

We all want to meet people from history, the trouble is all of them are dead! So for the next best thing, come and see Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – part 4. 


Elkie Brooks

Southport Theatre // Sunday 12 May // 7:30pm 

Coming to Southport Theatre this May to perform her blues & jazz classic hits including ‘Pearl’s a Singer’, ‘Lilac Wine’ ‘Fool (If You Think it’s Over)’, ‘Don’t Cry Out Loud’ and ‘No More the Fool’ as well as many more.