With the closing date of the UK Festivals Awards approaching fast, this is Liverpool’s festival-goers’ last chance to vote for their favourite events of the year. Liverpool has once again made a strong impact on the scene in 2016, with no less than seven …Read more »
A young Liverpool entrepreneur will be bringing a night of live music and fashion to the city on 13th October in order to raise money for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Andrea Heffernan, who volunteers at the hospital in her spare time, decided to put together the event and …Read more »
Malian music stars BKO Quintet will perform in Liverpool this December as part of their UK tour – the latest chapter in this band’s extraordinary journey.
While most musicians have the convenience of being in a relaxed atmosphere while preparing to produce their music, this was not the situation for …Read more »
This October, Liverpool will celebrate the exploits of Harry Stedman and his peers with an exhibition at The Shipping Forecast. These men – known as the Cunard Yanks – sparked a cultural diffusion in the 1950s and 60s that helped spawn a look, a sound and an attitude in Liverpool …Read more »
The Voodoo Ball: Return to Afrotopia
Saturday 29th October 2016
Invisible Wind Factory, 2 Regent Road, Liverpool, L3 7DS
£8 Early Bird Tickets via Skiddle
Set against the futuristic landscape of a dystopian society, The Return to Afrotopia tells the story of a self-destructing world, in which civil …Read more »
Paul Dunbar, formerly of The Midnight Ramble, is set to self release his debut single ‘Barely Holding On’ on Fri 23 Sep at LEAF, Liverpool with promoters Mellowtone.
The single was created with producers Marc Joy (Oasis, Primal Scream) and Paul Thompson (Ellen & The Escapades) and is a …Read more »
Merki Waters Liverpool-based rapper and singer Merki Waters will perform at this year’s Liverpool Mental Health Festival as part of a partnership with Africa Oyé this October.… Read more »
Stanley Park and The Isla Gladstone bandstand will come alive for the August bank holiday weekend as Liverpool prepares for a Summer Garden Party that all the family can enjoy. The event takes place …Read more »
Over 40 international artists will exhibit a series of artists’ books at Liverpool Central Library from 4th June to mark Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary.
The exhibition will display intriguing work from Australia, Russia, Netherlands, Germany, USA and Lithuania with materials including handmade paper, driftwood, pebbles, textiles, cotton, seaglass and seaweed paper.…Read more »