LIVERPOOL football fans rejoice as an evening with three former stars comes to the St Helens Theatre Royal stage next week.

On Friday, May 17, former reds John Aldridge, Ronnie Whelan and Steve McMahon will be part of an unmissable night of sport hosted by comedian and compere Jed Stone.

Liverpool born John ‘Aldo’ Aldridge made his debut at Anfield in 1987 and played for the side until 1989, throughout his career he also played for Tranmere Rovers, who he later managed, as well as the Republic of Ireland National Team.

Midfielder Ronnie Whelan played for Liverpool for 15 years from 1979 to 1994, in which time he made 493 appearances, and scored 73 goals during his time with the club.

Halewood-born Steve McMahon joined the Reds in September 1985 and went on to win three league titles and two FA Cups during his six-years with the team.

From previous clubs, to wearing the famous red jersey, to representing their country, audiences will be given an insight in to the lives and careers of these true Liverpool legends.

A limited number of VIP tickets will be available for purchase which will include the opportunity to meet the 3 stars for a pre-show Meet and Greet, and chance for photos and autographs.

To book visit or call 01744 756000.