Colin Serjent reviews the film Stockholm, My Love, directed by Mark Cousins and showing at Picturehouse till 25th June.
Colin Serjent reviews the Greek film Suntan, which was shown at Picturehouse.
Review and photographs by Colin Serjent of Africa Oyé Festival 2017 which had it’s 25th anniversary in Sefton Park over the weekend of 17th & 18th June.
Colin Serjent reviews the film based on the graphic novel by Daniel Clowes, Wilson, showing at Picturehouse from 12th June.
Colin Serjent reviews the film adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel, My Cousin Rachel, showing at Picturehouse from 9th June.
Colin Serjent reviews the Japanese film directed by Hirokazu Koreeda After The Storm, which screened at Picturehouse.
Rob Harrison reviews the gig by the Thurston Moore Group and Mugstar at St George’s Hall, part of the ‘Tonight At Noon’ programme which celebrates 50 years since the publication of The Mersey Sound.
Colin Serjent reviews the film The Other Side Of Hope, showing at Picturehouse from 26th May.
Colin Serjent reviews the Japanese film Harmonium, which was shown at Picturehouse.
Rob Harrison reviews Ultimate Bowie, featuring Ed Blaney as David Bowie, at the Epstein Theatre on 20th May.
Colin Serjent reviews the film I Am Not Madame Bovary, screening at Picturehouse till 1st June.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Frantz, screening at Liverpool Picturehouse till 25th May.
Colin Serjent reviews the Romanian film Graduation, shown at Picturehouse.
Mandy Vere reviews the latest books about migration and refugees.
Arthur Adlen reviews the book of poetry Over Land, Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge.
Sandra Gibson reviews the play The Punter, written by Debbie Morgan and performed at The Cornerstone Theatre.
John Owen reviews Pierre Henry’s The Liverpool Mass, presented by the Bluecoat at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
Colin Serjent reviews the film The Levelling about a Somerset farm after the devastating floods that struck in 2014, showing at Picturehouse.
Colin Serjent reviews Sons of Liverpool, an evening of poetry by Gerry Potter at the Casa.
Tom Calderbank reviews the new CD Estuary, based on the poetry of Seán Street with musical settings by Neil Campbell and featuring vocalist Perri Alleyne-Hughes.