Dead Pigeon Gallery presents Dockers – The ‘95 to ‘98 Liverpool Lockout, a documentary photography exhibition by Dave Sinclair of the Liverpool dockers strike.
Remembering hunt saboteur Mike Hill, who was killed 30 years ago on the 9th of February 1991 at a meet of the Cheshire Beagles.
Fundraiser for a book about the 40-year rise, fall and rise of Princes Park Health Centre in Liverpool.
If anyone is in need of a food parcel in the local area contact the Florrie where the Food Union is prioritising food deliveries.
Profile of the photographer Chaz Rudd who compiled and designed the lockdown charity book, There’s No Place Like Home.
Confidence through Creativity is an accredited, arts based training programme for women over 19 who have not been in work, education or training for at least 6 months.
Michelle ‘Moksha’ Watson has published a new book of her poems called ‘Warrior Beings.’
This Tuesday 11th August at 5.45pm Next To Nowhere is pleased to be co-hosting the following online event with Biofuelwatch and other organisations across the UK fighting the dirty destructive biomass industry.
Profile of the photographer Norman Gibson who enjoys nothing more than being out in the world recording the landscape around him.
Like many other co-operative organisations we at Nerve have been reassessing our role and function in a world changed drastically by the Coronavirus.
There is a showing of the documentary film directed by Ludovic Bonleux, Guerrero, which follows three activists and organizers in the federal state of Guerrero in Mexico, on Thursday 12th March at the Liverpool Social Centre, 96 Bold Street.
A writing group is being set up for people on the autism spectrum who have a passion for writing or are interested in learning more about this.
Friends of the Earth is hosting a Q&A on the future of the Port of Liverpool in the face of the climate crisis which is taking on Monday, 17th February.
Article by Steve Harding about Crisis, formed in 1967 as an urgent response to growing homelessness, they have since helped tens of thousands of people out of homelessness and campaigned for change.
Joanne Tremarco presents The Birth of Death at The Arts Centre, Edge Hill University on Thursday, February 6th.
Last year we collaborated with Merseyside Animal Rights, Liverpool Food Not Bombs and Next To Nowhere to produce a “Christmass Consumer(ism) Guide” an anti-consumerist compassionate tonic to the festive spending frenzy
Beija Flo presents an exhibition Inside The Walls: Nudes, Anxieties and Other Content at Output Gallery from 18th January until 2nd February.
Interview with a Deliveroo Courier in Liverpool.
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’.
Your help is needed for the next Nerve magazine focusing on Environmental Campaigns and the Climate Emergency.
At a Stroke, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Dave Hayward (Bravid).
Nightingales, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Dave Hayward (Bravid)
Sounds like the Mersey, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Paul Cosgrove.
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.
Roovolt: Deliveroo couriers in Liverpool taking solidarity action.
The Revolution Will be Televised, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Jerome Masssett.
Getting Fucked About, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Dave Hayward (Bravid).
If you are a freelancer or new business looking for shared office space in the city centre this could be ideal for you.
Five Uncles, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Rita Fitzpatrick.
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.
A public meeting has been called for Tuesday 1 October in the St Michael’s area to form an 82 Bus Action Group to oppose the re-direction of bus routes planned for January 2020.
Rising Early, a poem by Arthur Adlen and read by Rita Fitzpatrick
Mike Ainscough reads the poem My Father by Arthur Adlen.
Sue Hunter reads the poem How the cat brought us closer together, by Arthur Adlen.
Maria McCann reads the poem We live in a Household of Books by Arthur Adlen.
Sue Hunter reads the poem Affairs of the Heart by Arthur Adlen.
Liverpool Scriptshop will be back with a bang on Tuesday 24th September, 7pm, at Blackburne House, with exciting new projects for interested writers.
Janet McCusker reads the poem Sometimes a Song by Arthur Adlen.
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.
Janet McCusker reads the poem Skelmersdale Graffiti by Arthur Adlen.
John Connolly reads the poem Ode to Winter by Arthur Adlen.
Mike Ainscough reads the poem Skjalmarsdale by Arthur Adlen.
Jo Vick reads the poem In Paradise by Arthur Adlen.
Jo Vick reads the poem Below Talacre’s Hill by Arthur Adlen.
A fund has been set up to raise £5,000 to help pay for Wally Sturrock’s funeral, who died on 13th June 2019, and give Wally the send off he deserves.
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.
Steve Moss reviews the Smithdown Road Festival which took place over the May Day bank holiday weekend.
The third Liverpool Anarchist Book Fair will be on Saturday 13 April 2019 at the Black-E, with stalls and workshops, a vegan cafe and kids’ space.
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.
Interview with Alexis Daloumis, who made the film Belkî Sibê/Maybe Tomorrow: A Journey Through the Syrian War and the Rojava Revolution.
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.