Colin Serjent reviews the Paraguayan drama film, The Heiresses, showing at Picturehouse till 16th August.
Rob Harrison reviews the book God’s Medicine – Heal your Cancer, written by Martin Huiskens looking at alternative methods to treating cancer.
Darren Guy reviews the film Hearts Beat Loud, starring Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons and showing at Picturehouse till 9th August.
Jennifer Walker reviews the disco musical, Mam! I’m ‘Ere,
on at The Royal Court until 11th August.
Rob Harrison reviews After The Flood, the new album by Neil Campbell with Marty Snape, Roger Gardiner and Viktor Nordberg, released on 13th July.
Tracey Dunn reviews the book To Throw Away Unopened, the new memoir by Viv Albertine from the legendary late 70’s band The Slits.
Review and photographs by Colin Serjent of Africa Oye Festival 2018, held in Sefton Park over the weekend of 16th and 17th June.
Colin Serjent reviews the latest title in the Amberley Publishing History Tour series, Southport History Tour, written by Hugh Hollinghurst.
Mostyn Jones reviews the play Once A Year On Blackpool Sands, a LGBTQ comedy-drama, performed at The Casa by Skint Productions.
Colin Serjent reviews the documentary film Arcadia, directed by Paul Wright and crafted from over 100 years of archive footage with a soundtrack by Adrian Utley from Portishead and Will Gregory from Goldfrapp.
Joe Coventry reviews the book Port Sunlight And Its People, written by Jo Birch and published by Amberley Publishing.
Colin Serjent reviews the book on the history of Liverpool by Amberley Publishing and written by David Paul, Historic Streets Of Liverpool.
Mostyn Jones reviews the exhibition at the Open Eye Gallery, Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity, part of China Dream, a series of events exploring the city’s historical links with the Chinese community.
Colin Serjent reviews the Argentine period drama film directed by Lucrecia Martel, Zama, which screened at Picturehouse.
John Owen reviews the launch at Toxteth Library of the book From Pitt Street to Granby, with a discussion with the authors Professor Mike Boyle, Tony Wailey and Madeline Heneghan.
John Owen reviews the Writing on the Wall event, A Tale of Two Georges: Orwell and Garrett on the Road to Wigan Pier.
Joe Coventry reviews the book by Doug Birmingham, Merseyside Traction, a photographic record of Merseyside trains from the last 20 years, published by Amberley Press.
Rob Harrison reviews the gig by Courtney Marie Andrews, the singer-songwriter from Arizona, on tour at the Liverpool Arts Club.
Rob Harrison reviews Tontine, the new album by Spear of Destiny, released on Kirk Brandon’s own Eastersnow Recording Company label.
Rob Harrison reviews the gig by Ducking Punches, supported by Hello Mabel and Don Blake at Maguire’s Pizza bar.