Goodbye sailor!

22 March 2007 by Sam

sailor dressed as Miss Everton

Miss Everton Courtesy of Cunard

It only seems like the other week when it opened, but the Hello Sailor! exhibition at Merseyside Maritime Museum is due to depart our shores and sail off into the sunset next week.

To see it off in style, Pink Quartet will be providng music and performance from the high seas at 2.30pm and 3.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.

There will also be a final performance of ‘Nothing’s queer once you have left that pier’ at 1pm on the last day of the exhibition, 25 March. This whirlwind story told by Dennis – ship steward by day and diva by night – is a real treat, well worth a trip to the Albert Dock for.

Full events listings are available on the Maritime Museum What’s on page.

The exhibition will be touring once it closes here, the next stop will be Southampton, where it opens in a few weeks.

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