Irish Theatre presents ‘An Evening with George Bernard Shaw’ at The Casa, Hope Street, on Saturday 18th June.
Launch of the book “The Hammer Blow – How 10 women disarmed a warplane” on Thursday 9th June at 6pm at News from Nowhere Bookshop.
An exhibition of the work of Terry Kane begins at Misty 21, 16 Newington, from 3rd – 17th June.
Liverpool Junior Doctors have called for support in their struggle. Join them in a protest march from the Royal on Saturday 21st May, 12.30.
In partnership with NW UNISON the Plaza are to host a special FREE screening of ‘The Happy Lands’ (12) on Tues. 17th May at 7.30pm to mark the 90th anniversary of the General Strike.
The mainstream media hardly tell you this, but there is resistance to the endless austerity proposed by the government, and it is building. Although councils spout the mantra that privatisation is the ‘Only Game in Town’ people are coming together to fight back.
Interview with the band 67, who are one of Liverpool’s hidden treasures. Formed by Mick Hurst they have kept a low profile but their appearances, often at benefit nights, have left a mark on anyone lucky enough to be there.
Interview with Birkenhead author, Nathan O’Hagan, whose novel The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place has recently been published.
A profile of wildlife artist Anthony Smith, an award winning wildlife artist living and working in Liverpool.
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.
One of the most frequent questions asked of anti-fascist and anti-racist organisers is why they wear masks.
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.
The Coal Action Network Roadshow, on tour to expose the UK’s coal industry, visits Liverpool on Wednesday 13th April at Next To Nowhere.
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.
Liverpool Air Quality Festival launches on Saturday 20th February, with a fortnight programme to raise awareness of Liverpool’s air quality.
Unity Theatre successfully awarded Small Scale Capital Redevelopment funding from Arts Council England.
Burjesta Theatre are holding auditions for their in-house adaptation of Homer’s spell-binding tale The Odyssey, which they will be performing in April at The Casa.
Merseyside Anti-Fascist Network have organised an Anti-Fascist Conference and Fundraiser to be held on Saturday 5th December in Liverpool.
First ever Liverpool Kurdish Film Festival takes place on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November at the Pagoda Arts Centre.
Events in Liverpool in November to celebrate Joe Hill, the songwriter and union activist, who was executed by the state of Utah 100 years ago.
The Sound Agents Moira Kenny and John Campbell gave a talk at John Moore’s University Art School on their plans for a ‘Museum for Chinatown’.
Fund to raise money for the Toxteth Food Central community hub which was destroyed in a fire on Sunday 11th October.
A night in recognition of the creativity and life of Kevin Paton to be held on Sat 24th Oct at the District on Jordan Street.
The Liverpool Radical Film Festival is on from Oct 22nd to 25th and they will be screening a range of powerful films covering such issues as the deaths of black people in police custody, abuses against the Kurdish population in Turkey and the most relevant British band of today Sleaford Mods.
Recording of a talk in the Small Cinema by Helen Steel after a viewing of the film McLibel – 2 people’s fight against the multi national corporation McDonalds and winning.
A documentary film celebrating thirty years since the miners strike of 1984/5 with personal narratives interwoven with footage iconic photos of that seminal strategic showdown with the Thatcher government.
Way back in the spring of 2012, when Nerve Radio was still a twinkle in the magazines pants, Ben Cronkshanklingly and Tristan Brady-Jacobs spent 25 minutes with Paul Hartnoll from super-electronic-dance-anthem legends ORBITAL.
The 75th anniversary of the first Kindertransport Tour came to Liverpool in November, 2013. In the months between the Kristallnacht Pogrom of 9-10 November 1938, and the start of the Second World War nearly 10,000 children were sent, without their parents, out of Nazi Germany, Austria, Poland, and Czechoslovakia to safety in Great Britain.
Wandering around the backstreets of Bold Street and the Ropewalks, Andrea interviews John about the Urban Walk phenomenon.