THRESHOLD FESTIVAL BLURB:
In February 2011, Liverpool’s NOVAS Contemporary Urban Centre will play host to a large multi-arts Festival; Under the Influence presents ‘THRESHOLD’.
The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Friday 31st Dec through to Thursday 6th Jan 20111
The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Friday 17th Dec through to Thursday 23rd Dec 2010
The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Fiday 3rd Dec through to Thursday 9th Dec 2010
The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Friday 12th Nov through to Thursday 18th Nov 2010
A quick video rewind of Social Media Cafe Liverpool from earlier this week. The action all took place the Liverpool Biennial visitors centre and it was a really good evening - so if you missed it you can catch up here but you won't be able to meet everyone in the pub afterwards. If you are interested in finding out when the events are taking place then join up to the mailing list available via the subscribe button on the left or follow @smcliv on twitter.
Social Media Cafe Liverpool will be broadcasting live from the Liverpool Biennial Visitors centre on 27th October from 6- 8.30pm - THIS EVENT HAS NOW ENDED
You can watch live right here. Time table at the end of this post
Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool
There are several good reasons to want to see Anthony and Cleopatra at the Liverpool Playhouse this month. The one the press like is Kim Cattrall of ‘Sex and the City’ fame as Cleopatra. While I’ve never watched the television show I am aware of the shoes associated with it and have more recently been impressed by Cattrall constantly reminding people that she’s from Liverpool, and yes I am both that shallow and that parochial. However the real draws for me are director Janet Suzman and actor Jefferey Kissoon as Anthony. Jefferey Kissoon was last (as far as I know) in Liverpool in Talawa Theatre’s The Gods Are Not to Blame at the Everyman. I was working there at the time and his performance was arresting to say the least; he was a powerful yet elegant actor who was a pleasure to watch each of the several times I saw the show. And he was a handsome man; all of us box office girls (and one of us was a boy) appreciated that; just to pass his dressing room added a frisson to our day. Perhaps more importantly (but only perhaps!), he has worked with Peter Brook, Robert Lepage, and Complicité, so don’t take my word for his prowess. Putting him together with Cattrall directed by the great Janet Suzman was surely going to produce special theatre.
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