We meet on the first Wednesday of every month where we have a talk on a particular subject and then we congregate in a pub afterwards. Meetings are announced through email and social media. A complete
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!
Liverpool Acoustic eXtra is here again, and this time there excited to bring you The Kevin Critchley Outfit at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street on Friday 8th July 2011.
Support is provided by Rachael Dunn, The Good Intentions, and Matt Reekie.
More information below.
It's a bit late but maybe just time enough to bring you news that David Gibb and the Pony Club are coming to Liverpool tonighty, and you really shouldn't miss out. The band are visiting fresh from their album launch party last week and if the tracks we've heard so far are anything to go by we're in for a real treat.Liverpool Acoustic Live takes place in the performance room at the top of the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street on Friday 24th June. David and the band will be joined on the night by Laura James, and Ian Dunn.
On Saturday 9th July, Love Music Hate Racism will be joning forces with the Anthony Walker Foundation to bring you a day of non-stop entertainment!
Taking place all around the Liverpool University grounds, the AWF festival has a whole host of entertainment throughout the day, including live music performances, DJ’s, dance and carnival routines, circus performers, african drumming, workshops, sports events, cultural foods and much more – FREE for the whole day.
For more information on what to expect, including performances from The Christians, Kano, Roll Deep and Jerry Dammers, read on and see the attached poster.
With less than a week to go until Liverpool’s FREE Africa Oyé festival at Sefton Park, this year’s event is shaping up to be bigger and more exciting than ever. Featuring performers such as Marcia Griffiths and The Sierra Leone Refugee Allstars, fervent festival goers from all walks of life have expressed their excitement at what promises to be another hugely enjoyable Africa Oyé.
The 9th annual Contemporary Issues in Arts Management Conference will be held on 23rd - 27th May at the Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool. The conference will feature 32 future leaders of the performing arts giving their insight into the specific challenges facing theatre, music, film, television and new media in 2011 and beyond. This is a unique opportunity to hear about the future of our industries, from the future of our industries.
After the city-wide processional extravaganza that was last November's Sound Relay, the a.P.A.t.T. Orchestra return with the first in a 4-part concert series - Musical Settings - that will see them explore different environments, both physical and musical.
Musical Settings Part 1: On the Earth, finds the orchestra in the bubble within a bubble that is Sefton Park - a landscaped slice of rurality within the constructed urbanity of the city of Liverpool. The programmed music deals with themes of simplification and distance from the chaos of modern life.
Everyone was delighted to hear last month that Africa Oyé was going to be free after they had announced charges of £5 for entrance to what is Liverpool's best outdoor music festival.
Oyé have always maintained that they would love to keep the festival as a free event, and now and as they have told us against all odds they have managed to again make this a reality.
However, that doesn't stop them from needing a little extra support and so that have launched their own giving site on Indiegogo.
An award winning global festival of art, music & ideas taking place on 11-14 May 2011 in Manchester, England. World premieres of astonishing artworks, an explosive citywide music programme, visionary thinkers from around the world and awards for outstanding innovations.