Friday, 19 August 2011 14:43

Above the Beaten Track: Honky Tonk

ATBT2011A6webAbove the Beaten Track: Honky Tonk: A festival to celebrate the creative grass roots scene of Liverpool

This August, the fourth annual Above the Beaten Track returns to the Bluecoat to showcase the best of Liverpool’s cultural underground with an assortment of live music and DJs, live art, poetry and audio-visual extravaganzas.

Published in Gigs

laliveposterchimpCan't think of a better way to start the August Bank Holiday weekend? Then why not join Liverpool Acoustic Live at theView Two Gallery on Mathew Street for an evening of top quality music on Friday 26th August.

The fabulous Joe Topping is headlining with an extended set of mainly self-penned songs. Also playing for is an amazingly talented young singer-songwriter called Steph Fraser, and completing the line-up is the return of our favourite Swedish band, The Orchestra.

Doors open at 8.00pm, and the music starts at 8.30pm and goes through to just after 11.00pm

Tickets are only £5 in advance from wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic and £6 on the door

Published in Music

Art_by_the_FerryExplore Art by the Ferry at Woodside Ferry Terminal for its first FREE arts and craft fair where visitors can find picture perfect views of the Liverpool Waterfront and a wonderful mix of arts and craft!

This coming weekend of 20th-21st August, families are invited to enjoy a fun day out with arts, craft and live music at the Grade II listed venue. A wealth of affordable and unique creations can be found from local artists including paintings, cards, home wares, prints, textiles, photography, glass and more.

Liverpool acoustic This month's Liverpool Acoustic eXtra takes place on Friday 12th August 2011 at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street.

The music is provided by a very special line-up, with the return of some old friends.

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Published in Liverpool Acoustic
Saturday, 06 August 2011 08:43

Rathole Radio 57 – July 24th 2011

ratholeA very special edition of Rathole Radio this time as I was joined by one of my comedy heroes Alexei Sayle. People keep saying we look like twins but I don’t know about that. Check out the picture below and decide for yourself. I also played my usual eclectic mix of music and performed a live track. So put the kettle on, put your feet up and enjoy the music and chat.

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Over the weekend of the 13th – 14th August, Liverpool city visitors are invited to enjoy a flurry of creativity as Thomas Steers Way in Liverpool ONE becomes a hub for arts, craft and music.Liverpool based organisation Open Culture is working with Liverpool ONE to transform Thomas Steers Way into an open-air arts, craft and musical boulevard with the Stalls in the City Arts & Craft Fair, coupled with piano performances as part of Tickle the Ivories Liverpool’s first ever piano festival.

Tuesday, 02 August 2011 17:50

FACT Cinema line up this week

Fact CinemaThe line up films at your  favourite city centre cinema from Friday 5th through to Thursday 11th August 2011

Published in Film
Tuesday, 02 August 2011 17:40

COMPLAINT PAYS OFF FOR HOMOTOPIA

Homotopia, the only lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans’ (LGBT) combined arts organisation in the north of England, has been awarded 3 year funding following a successful complaint to Arts Council England.

Liverpool based Homotopia applied to become a National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) earlier this year along with over 1300 other arts organisations nationally. Only 695 applications were successful and 28 organisations complained – of these 28 only 3 complaints were upheld and reassessed. Homotopia, which was initially judged to be ineligible, was the only one of the 3 to have the original decision overturned and become a NPO with 3 year funding from 2012.

Published in Latest

ignite_logo_tiny Dates for the next Ignite Liverpool event have been announced.

The 15th September we see the upstaris at Leaf Cafe, Bold Street coming alive to talks that will enlighten and delight an expectant audience.


 

Published in Events
Wednesday, 20 July 2011 14:47

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