Interview with Birkenhead author, Nathan O’Hagan, whose novel The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place has recently been published.
Local Art News
A profile of wildlife artist Anthony Smith, an award winning wildlife artist living and working in Liverpool.
Steve Moss celebrates the arrival of Liverpool’s Small Cinema.
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.
Burjesta Theatre Company is unlike any other on Merseyside, “We wanted to do it our way”, said Julian Bond and Mikyla Durkin in agreement, when Lynda-Louise Tomlinson met them to learn more about the company.
A poem inspired by this beautifully evocative sketch, gifted to me by local artist Felicity Wren, and in celebration of the old dock road, Liverpool’s Regent Road, reflecting on what remains of its past, as it is rapidly swallowed up.
Gayna Rose Madder writes a tribute to the artist Terence Matthew Kane, who died, aged 44, in 2015.
“Kids today don’t know that much about Vinyl” states Martin Gore of Depeche Mode. But the joke is on the older folk as it’s the kids that are bringing back the Vinyl and losing interest in the remastered, high quality MP3s or CDs of today.
Glorybox Photography, founder of the Eclipse Dark Room in Liverpool, is the city’s only public access traditional photography space.
Philip Hayes writes about how he began making collages, drawing on the wealth of material I was amassing at the Picket music venue in Liverpool.
A song by Ritchie Hunter about Bob Lambert, who is probably the most notorious of the undercover police spies who infiltrated completely legitimate protest and campaigning groups.
The artwork of Honduran artist Javier Espinal in Liverpool.
Frightwig Productions presents the first screening of Liverpool shot horror-comedy short Nightmare In Beige at The Casa on Tuesday May 10th 2016.
An exhibition of oil paintings and mixed media by Liverpool artist Jan Sear at the Arts Hub 47 on Lark Lane.
Burjesta Theatre presents ‘The Odyssey’, Homer’s epic story of monsters, magicians, witches and goddesses which has been mesmerising audiences now for over 3,000 years.
Welcome to Paradise Road is a play written by Brian Coyle and set in a society where nothing is private and no one knows who to trust, on tour around Liverpool on 5th, 8th, 9th, 13th and 14th April.
In March 2016, the fascinating story of one of Liverpool’s forgotten heroes, Edward Rushton, is finally set to be told in a new play at the Everyman Theatre.