Writing on the Wall, Liverpool’s longest running writing & literary organisation, announce their 19th annual festival programme, WoWFest 2018 – Crossing Borders, taking place throughout May 2018.
Coming in April for one night only professional opera company Flat Pack Music bring Mozart’s comic opera ‘Cosi Fan Tutte’ to The Casa.
The second anarchist bookfair in Liverpool takes place on April 7th at the Black-E with books, zines, workshops, film, debate, food, poetry, storytelling and a broad range of stalls.
The UK’s Music Documentary Festival returns in 2018 for its third Liverpool edition with an extended programme of eight premiere films running from 28th March to 1st April.
The Soup Collective, a group of artists who met through connections with Tate Liverpool, have an exhibition at Cass Art on School Lane from 26th February – 31st March.
‘Cammell Laird’s 37 the Truth’ tells the story of the battle for jobs, livelihoods and communities fought on the Mersey in 1984, brought to The Casa by Mike Howl.
Merseyside-based artist Wendy Williams will be staging an exhibition, titled The House in the Woods, at Cass Art in School Lane from 29th January.
Syrian refugees provide waffles and crepes to homeless people in the city centre of Liverpool.
LJMU Criminology students have organised a fundraising gig on Thursday 7th December to help the families affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower.
Migrant artists Mutual Aid present a refugee and asylum seekers benefit night and book signing, on Friday 8th December featuring a crash collision of Jazz poetry, world music, and other eclectic delights.
Burjesta Theatre presents….Mother Goose Xmas Panto, the original and funniest panto of ’em all at The Casa from 9th December.
The Monday Kitchen, a 10 week cookery course, starts Monday 6th November at 96 Bold Street.
‘People are People’, an art exhibition by the social realist artist Andy Smith, will be at The Art Hub from 3rd November.
Plans to commemorate Jim Larkin, the Liverpool/Irish, Trade Union Leader, Socialist and Internationalist, have been proposed by the James Larkin Society.
Vicky Hodgskin and Ben Cronkshanklingly talk with Stewart Lee at the Manchester Lowry on his Much A-Stew About Nothing Tour in February 2014.
The momentous events of the Russian Revolution depicted on stage in a combination of drama, reportage and Greek-style chorus, on at The Casa from Friday 20th October.
A day of discussion to mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution and its significance for today, on Saturday, 21st October at Liverpool Central Library.
If you like exploring and finding out more about where you live and the local areas, the Urban Culture Walks start on Friday 29th September at 11am.
Call-out for artwork for a ‘People’s Gallery’ in an open-air piece of land in Liverpool city centre, part of ‘Red October’, an event organised by local activists for the centenary of the Russian Revolution.
Four stories from acclaimed Italian dramatists wife and husband team, at the Unity Theatre on 23rd September.