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.
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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.
Colin Serjent writes about his photography project which looks at the symbolic relationship between barbed wire and nature.
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.
Burjesta Theatre presents ‘Shakespeare – War Play’, adapted entirely from the text of Shakespeare’s History Plays, performed at The Casa from Monday 27th March.
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.
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.
The Liverpool based film-maker, visual artist and musician chats about his ongoing art exhibition Essential Tremor and upcoming short film Accidental Warlock.
‘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.
Sandra Gibson writes the third in a series of articles on her love of books, visiting Liverpool Artists Book Fair and looking at Book Art.
Shameful, a poem written by Ted Seagrave about homelessness.
Burjesta Theatre presents Fyodor Dostoevsky’s classic tale of murder, ‘Crime and Punishment’, on at The Casa on 12th to 18th November.
Sandra Gibson writes the second in a series of articles on her love of books, looking at illuminated books produced in Europe in the Middle Ages.
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.
Interview with New York singer songwriter Johnny Dowd who is performing live in Liverpool on October 20th at Dumb Bulls on Dublin Street.