The first anarchist book fair in Liverpool is taking place on April 1st with stalls, workshops, vegan food, and kids area, at The Black-E, Great George St.
Potentially Brilliant Productions presents a one hour drama ‘Refugee’ which looks at the current predicaments of refugees caught up in complex international politics, militarism and exploitation.
Join three Catherines, two Annes and one Jane for an evening you won’t soon forget at St Georges Hall, Liverpool on Saturday 15th April.
Ava DuVernay’s thought-provoking documentary which analyses the criminalisation of African Americans and the U.S prison boom, showing on Wednesday 22nd March at the John Foster Building.
On 16th March at Toxteth Town Hall there is an afternoon workshop which aims to understand how groups in Merseyside and across the UK are supporting people seeking asylum.
Burjesta Theatre presents ‘Shakespeare – War Play’, adapted entirely from the text of Shakespeare’s History Plays, performed at The Casa from Monday 27th March.
Benefit on 28th February at Mt Carmel Catholic Social Club to help stop Calderstones Park being built on and defend our parks and open spaces.
1 Day Without Us is a National Day of Action on 20th Feb 2017 to celebrate the contribution of migrants to the UK, to coincide with UN World Day of Social Justice.
Lobby of the British Psychological Society (BPS) conference in Liverpool on Wednesday 18th January calling on the BPS to challenge all forms of psychocompulsion.
Featuring live music from Scarlet Twenty, on Sat 11th February at The Baltic Social raising money for MerseyAid who help refugees at home and abroad.
A free 12-week course beginning Monday 16th January focusing on the emotive subject of ‘Refugees’, exploring and attempting to understand what it means to be a refugee.
Burjesta Theatre begin a new series of workshops looking at the work of some of the great Russian dramatists, starts Wednesday 11th January at The Casa on Hope Street.
Sonia tells of her experience of coming from Europe to live in Liverpool and work at one of the Albert Docks most expensive hotel.
Starting on January 28th 2017 at Liverpool Central Library there is a series of workshops looking at alternatives to austerity.
Ba Revnok comments about disability issues including public perceptions of disability.
The Liverpool Radical Film Festival 2016 takes place from Friday 25th – Sunday 27th November with some explosive and never before seen films from the UK and across the world.
Steve Harley is back on the road with his Acoustic Trio line-up, visiting St George’s Hall on Thursday 24th November.
‘Still, Here’, a collaborative play about the world of dementia, those who live in it and with it, will be performed on Monday 28th November at The Casa.
Burjesta Theatre are holding open auditions for ‘Shakespeare: War Play’ an in-house adaptation of Shakespeare’s history cycles, on Wednesday, 23rd November at The Casa.
An exhibition of collages will be displayed at UNIT 51 in Liverpool’s thriving Baltic District from Monday 28th November til Friday 9th December, 2016.
Meeting about the revolution in Rojava with a discussion with Havin Guneser, on Friday 28th October at the Quaker Meeting House.
Burjesta Theatre presents Fyodor Dostoevsky’s classic tale of murder, ‘Crime and Punishment’, on at The Casa on 12th to 18th November.
Join the Liverpool Radical Film Festival and AKI for an evening of film that explores indigenous issues at Liverpool Small Cinema on Friday 14th October.
A unique theatre performance will take place at The Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool on 13th & 14th October, Cabaret From The Shadows includes clowning, buffoonery and dark comedy.
Stop the War Coalition is holding a fringe meeting on 26th September at the Labour Party conference entitled “15 Years of the ‘War on Terror’ “
Liverpool Guitar Society and Nicole Bartos present “Cari giorni”, a baroque, classical and early music recital in aid of the homeless at Blackburne House on Wednesday 14th September.
Valley Theatre are looking for people to enrol on their Theatre Performance Course starting on Wed 14th September.
Potentially Brilliant Productions present a free 12 week acting course, Improvise-Devise-Perform, starting Tuesday 13th September at the Casa.
Casting Seeds is a new exhibition by Jamie Reid featuring work from throughout his career, on at Liverpool’s Florence Institute from 9th September to 18th October.
“Dare Devil Rides To Jarama” is a new play by Neil Gore that tells the story of the British and Irish volunteers at the beginning of the brutal Civil War in Spain, coming to Liverpool on 22nd -23rd November.
Burjesta Theatre are putting on a 9 week course of workshops based on Shakespeare’s History Plays starting Wednesday 7th September, followed by a play for performance at the end of January.
Liverpool Scriptshop is a new project which offers writers the chance to have their work read and discussed at a public reading, with Arthur Adlen’s play “The Peggy” being read at the meeting on Tuesday 30th August.
Merseyside Anti-Fascist Network host a fundraiser for a Liverpool anti-fascist comrade who was given 12 months in prison for opposing fascists in Dover.
Film critic and poet Fernando Leon Jacomino and photographer Sonia Amalguer are visiting Britain from Cuba and will be at the Casa on Hope Street where they will show three exceptional films from Cuba as well as a photographic exhibition of images of the land and its people.
Join Open Eye Gallery’s writer in residence Pauline Rowe, American poet and activist Juliana Spahr, and poets Sean Bonney and Ruby Robinson to explore Poetry and Protest.
Stan Ambrose will be laid to rest in a private woodland burial on Saturday August 6th, with an open-mic music session to celebrate his life in the evening at The Florrie.
Converse, conspire and collaborate at a unique networking event at the Brink on July 27th, in partnership with Liverpool Pride.
Burjesta Theatre are holding auditions for our Autumn production of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s gripping crime story, ‘Crime and Punishment’, on Wednesday 17th August.
Photographs from the Brouhaha International Carnival held on Saturday 9th July 2016.
The Celebrating Women’s Resistance Film Festival takes place all day on 25th June at The Caledonia Pub showing films of resistance from four continents.
Irish Theatre presents ‘An Evening with George Bernard Shaw’ at The Casa, Hope Street, on Saturday 18th June.
Launch of the book “The Hammer Blow – How 10 women disarmed a warplane” on Thursday 9th June at 6pm at News from Nowhere Bookshop.
An exhibition of the work of Terry Kane begins at Misty 21, 16 Newington, from 3rd – 17th June.
Liverpool Junior Doctors have called for support in their struggle. Join them in a protest march from the Royal on Saturday 21st May, 12.30.
In partnership with NW UNISON the Plaza are to host a special FREE screening of ‘The Happy Lands’ (12) on Tues. 17th May at 7.30pm to mark the 90th anniversary of the General Strike.
The mainstream media hardly tell you this, but there is resistance to the endless austerity proposed by the government, and it is building. Although councils spout the mantra that privatisation is the ‘Only Game in Town’ people are coming together to fight back.
Interview with the band 67, who are one of Liverpool’s hidden treasures. Formed by Mick Hurst they have kept a low profile but their appearances, often at benefit nights, have left a mark on anyone lucky enough to be there.
Interview with Birkenhead author, Nathan O’Hagan, whose novel The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place has recently been published.
A profile of wildlife artist Anthony Smith, an award winning wildlife artist living and working in Liverpool.
Profile of the social documentary photographer, Abdullah Badwi.
Profile of the photographer Vesta, director of Art at Glorybox.
Profile of the photographer Steve Lamb, who describes his style as Modern Urban Photography, including elements of street photography.
Profile of the photographer Anna Nielsson.
One of the most frequent questions asked of anti-fascist and anti-racist organisers is why they wear masks.
Frightwig Productions presents the first screening of Liverpool shot horror-comedy short Nightmare In Beige at The Casa on Tuesday May 10th 2016.