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The Hairy Bikers at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

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The Hairy Bikers are big hearted, down-to-earth cooks with a love of good food, who have been cooking together for more than twenty years. Also known as Si King and Dave Myers, they've become national treasures as the stars of several hit television shows, they are the UK's most popular cookery writing duo.

The Hairy Bikers will be performing 1 event in Liverpool on Monday 12th October 2020 at the Philharmonic Hall.

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Mon Oct 12 2020    (Change Date) Liverpool, UK UK
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Venue Information - Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Philharmonic Hall Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP
Telephone: 01517093789
Venue Capacity: 2381
Philharmonic Hall is a massive concert venue based on Hope Street in Liverpool. Boasting a capacity of 2,381 people, it was originally built in 1939 to replace the original hall, that burnt down in a fire. Nowadays, it hosts an average 250 events every single year, with over a fifth of them consisting of classical music. However, you can find music of all sorts being played here, along with comedy acts, plays, musicals, and even films!