A 12-week drama course on the theme of Mental Health starts Monday 10th July, 7pm at The Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool.
There is a free social event to celebrate the launch of the refugee edition of the Nerve magazine, this will be at the Courtroom Cafe on Friday 30th June between 7pm – 11pm.
The Liverpool premiere of a new animated short film by David Jacques, Oil is the Devil’s Excrement, takes place on 21st June at the Bluecoat.
Theatre At The Casa are part of the inaugural Liverpool Fringe Festival with ten productions from 17th to 23rd June.
Liverpool-based poet and writer’s new original writing piece, In the Millennial Dome, previews at Liverpool Fringe.
Burjesta Theatre will be auditioning for their Autumn production, ‘Revolution’, on Wednesday 26th July @ The Casa, Hope Street.
This edition of Nerve is dedicated to the stories, the art, and the views of Liverpool-based migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
Mikyla Jane Durkan, of Potentially Brilliant Productions, describes the drama workshops they run on socially related topics, particularly in regard to the ‘Refugee’ play staged at the Casa.
Fact-sheet put together by The Refugee Support Network looking at what happens when asylum seekers come to the UK.
A look at Migration Watch, which claims to be a non party political, independent think tank.
Refugees fleeing countries we are arming, meeting border guards we are funding.
A one-day conference looking at the rise of public disaffection, nationalism, sexism and corporate power within modern political and civil society, to be held on Wednesday 14th June at the Bluecoat Chambers.
Africa Oyé celebrate their 25th Anniversary Festival with a special line-up this year over the weekend of 17th and 18th June in Sefton Park.
Liverpool’s celebration of reggae music and Jamaican heritage, Positive Vibration, returns in June for a jam-packed weekend, headlining will be legendary 2-Tone band The Selecter and King of the sound system, Jah Shaka.
An art exhibition entitled ‘Any Frontier, Any Hemisphere’ will be held in the Liverpool Central Library from Saturday 3rd June, the theme of the exhibition is the current refugee crisis throughout the world.
Burjesta Theatre begin a new series of workshops on Wednesday 10th May at the Casa on Hope Street dedicated to ‘revolution’.
Liverpool Against the Cuts have organised two free showings of I Daniel Blake at The Valley Theatre in Netherley on Saturday 13th May.
The Black Entrails, who came together through the Liverpool improvisation scene, put the poems of Emily Dickinson to music and are playing Light Night on 19th May.
Gallery of photographs by Lenka Svarcova and Mike Fahy, street photographers who cover street life and public events.
Coming to the The Casa on Monday 8th May is Gerry Potter’s ‘The Sons of Liverpool’, a theatre-verse exploration of birth, life and death.