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Join us for good times and good conversation at Dr Duncan's in Liverpool City Centre. Don't be shy, come along and say hello!
It's science but in a bar. See our Facebook page or follow @merseysci for more information. Venue: SciBar is held at the Ship and Mitre, 113 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 2JH. We meet in the upstairs room;
More Performance art at The Bluecoat, this time with Craig Sinclair from Lovecraft. Check it!!!!
Two Four One One by Grace Surman and Cathy Butterworth is on at the bluecoat next month. A performance peice - live art they say. Most probably some strange live art peice - but from what I have heard and if you like strange and out of the ordinary then this could be good.
This Thursday Night the new Penny Lane Art Gallery will be graced by Jon Roseman for thirty-five years a leading agent and video producer, who lived through a near-daily diet of dramas, crises and tantrums from some of the worlds biggest rock stars and TV celebrities.
Sense of Sound announces the Voices Festival, this weekend - a three day celebration of a cappella singing, set to take place at Liverpool’s Bluecoat and Black-E arts centres from Friday 16 – Sunday 18 March.
Liverpool Acoustic Live's 3rd birthday bash takes place on Friday 24th February 2012 at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street, and they've got a busy night!
In the wake of the closure of greenroom, Manchester's home for experimental theatre and performance, comes a brand new enterprise: Word of Warning, a pop-up programme of new performance, coming to a Manchester space very soon.
Launching on Friday 17 February at Zion Arts Centre in Hulme, Manchester with long-standing greenroom favourites Third Angel's new show What I Heard About The World, Word of Warning promises a season of the bizarre, the beautiful and the best new shows for anyone looking for a different night out.
Get Your Surreal on
Frakture presents: Johannes Bergmark & Tippi Tillvind + Hot Hail + The Pecha Kucha Quartet
8pm Wed 9th November
40-42 Slater St
The Winter Arts Market at St George’s Hall, Liverpool - Sat 3rd & Sun 4th December 2011, 10am-5pm
The Winter Arts Market, Liverpool’s largest arts and craft market just got bigger; the festive shopping extravaganza will run for 2 days on the first weekend in December. Visitors will find the widest selection of handmade artworks, crafts and gifts whilst enjoying the stunning surroundings of St George’s Hall, a Grade I listed heritage site.
Organised by Merseyside ACME and Delivered by David Parrish, Creative Finance is a one-day workshop designed specifically for enterprises in the creative, cultural and digital industries. This interactive workshop will help creative entrepreneurs to manage profitability, cash flow and pricing as their businesses grow.
Conference opportunity: Making sure your organisation is ahead of the game
Wednesday November 23rd 2011 - Bolton Museum and Library
As part of the Liverpool City of Radicals - Liverpool University presents Mayor or Nightmare: what would an elected mayor mean for the Liverpool City Region?
At the Victoria Gallery & Museum on Thursday 24 November, 5.30pm Followed by an informal reception from 6.30pm
OLD TVs and MILK/BEER CRATES NEEDED FOR DOUGLAS GORDON ARTWORK at the Terminal Convention, Static Gallery.
Can you drop them off today Saturday 29 October -10am - 12noon
November SciBar is now presented by Dr Steve Barrett of the University of Liverpool. Join them as he analyses the Apollo Moon Landings and asks whether there is evidence that they are faked.
1 November 2011 - 7.30pm at the Ship and Mitre, Dale Street.