Beija Flo presents an exhibition Inside The Walls: Nudes, Anxieties and Other Content at Output Gallery from 18th January until 2nd February.
Local Art News
Massive Attack will be performing a low carbon gig in Liverpool planned for October 2020. It is part of the Good Business Festival working with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of Manchester.
Coming to The City of Liverpool College Arts Centre on Wed 4th December is Globe Productions adaptation of William Shakespeares’ ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.
Follow Dick Twittington and his companion, “Scally Cat” on their adventure as they travel to Liverpool to seek their fortune, at on Valley Theatre on the 14th and 15th December.
Dead Pigeon Gallery continues it’s journey across the City landing next at 189 Oakfield Rd, on the Anfield/Everton border, taking over one of the soon to be renovated houses by Homebaked Community Land Trust.
Nerve contributor Lisa Worth has written a feature on Dylan Thomas and Laugharne.
Death and the Maiden, by the Chilean author and playwright Ariel Dorfman, is being presented by EB Productions at the Hope Street Theatre on Sept 11th – 14th.
Steve Moss reviews the Writing on the Wall event to launch the biography ‘Dayglo: The Poly Styrene Story’ with the writer Zoë Howe and Poly’s daughter Celeste Bell.
Death and the Maiden was written in 1990 by the Chilean author and playwright Ariel Dorfman and is being presented by EB Productions at the Hope Street Theatre on Sept 11th – 14th.
A new course on how to make quality films with your smartphone starts on Wednesday 3rd July at 10am.
Big Adventure Cinema have a selection of films, an exhibition and a cinema history walking tour at the Fabric District Arts Festival which takes place from Friday 7th – Sun 9th June.
The Valley Drama Course is back, starting Monday 4th March with a 12 week course suitable for beginners and experienced alike.
Coming up is a biopic of the secret Marilyn Monroe, a black comedy featuring 6 serial killers, an adult Punch and Judy show, a modern adaptation of Edward II and ‘The Bench’ featuring 3 love stories.
Dooleyday, celebrating local sculptor Arthur Dooley on what would have been his 90th birthday, will feature unseen pictures, films, talks and a special exhibition at The Florrie.
Feature by Lisa Worth on the sculpture ‘The Knife Angel’, created by artist Alfie Bradley to draw attention to the impact of knife crime.
Urban Issues, an exhibition by Andy Smith looking at mental health and social housing and mavericks in society and class, takes place at The Art Hub on Lark Lane.
Tribute by John Owen to Arthur Adlen who died aged 69 and who had just published his book of poetry, Memoirs of a Breck Road Buck & other poems.
Lisa Worth writes about the visit to Liverpool of The Royal de Luxe Giants which were seen by over a million people.
Flat Pack Music are back with another ‘Opera At The Casa’ night on Saturday 29th September, this time bringing La Bohème, Puccini’s unforgettable love story of Rodolfo and Mimi who meet and fall in love instantly.
If you have you ever thought of a career in film or television there is FREE filmmaking training for Liverpool based unemployed people starting in September 2018.