LCR ARTS ORGANISATION OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCES ASHLEIGH NUGENT AS THEIR NEW WRITER IN RESIDENCE

Writing on the Wall is excited to announce that their next Writer on the Bloc is writer and performer Ashleigh Nugent! With a string...

TEN DAYS OF MUSIC, ART AND PERFORMANCE CELEBRATING LIVERPOOL'S LINKS WITH IRELAND 

Live audiences return to Liverpool Irish Festival this October as the Festival arrives at venues across the city. With a theme of ‘exchange'...

 
 
 

LIVERPOOL THEATRE FESTIVAL 2021 HAILED ROARING SUCCESS FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR

The second annual Liverpool Theatre Festival has been hailed a roaring success after attracting an audience of 2,700 theatregoers across...

VENUES SOUGHT TO CREATE SAFE SPACES ACROSS THE CITY

‘You're Safe Here' scheme to offer training to venues to help them support victims of hate crime, or those faced with abuse, intimidation...

 
 
 

CONSCIOUS BY SUKI CHAN AT THE BLUECOAT, MARCH 2022

In Spring 2022 the Bluecoat, Liverpool will present the largest overview to date of Suki Chan's multi-platform project CONSCIOUS. Suki...

NINETEEN WRITERS FROM ACROSS THE NORTH OF ENGLAND ANNOUNCED FOR MY WHITE BEST FRIEND - NORTH

Nineteen Black and ethnically diverse writers from across the North of England will pen personal letters to be read out live on stage,...

 
 
 

LIVERPOOL APPOINTS NEW HERITAGE CHIEF

Liverpool City Council has made its first major move since the city lost its UNESCO World Heritage status. The city council has created...

NATIONAL TRUST REOPENS LIVERPOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS' 1950S ‘TIME CAPSULE' HOME AND STUDIO

After having to close its doors in March 2020 due to the pandemic, the National Trust is reopening one of Liverpool city centre's hidden...

 
 
 

ARTIST USES ‘FORGOTTEN' FORM OF PHOTOGRAPHY TO CAPTURE PORTRAITS OF WOMEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF LIVERPOOL'S CULTURE IN NEW EXHIBITION  

Agency of Women is a collection of black and white and hand coloured photographic portraits inspired by E. Chambré and Margaret Hardman....

EVERYMAN & PLAYHOUSE THEATRES CELEBRATE A BUSY RETURN THIS SEPTEMBER

The Everyman & Playhouse theatres' stages will come alive once again this September, as Our Lady of Blundellsands and Cat on a Hot...

 
 
 

RIVER OF LIGHT IS BACK TO ILLUMINATE LIVERPOOL'S WATERFRONT THIS AUTUMN

River of Light is back to illuminate Liverpool's waterfront this autumn. After the event's huge success in March which saw around 120,000...

CALL TO MAKERS: WORLD GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS LIVERPOOL 2022

Between 29 October - 06 November 2022 the city of Liverpool is to host the prestigious World Gymnastics Championships at the M&S Bank...

 
 
 

LIVERPOOL ANNOUNCES WORLD LEADING END-TO-END PANDEMIC INSTITUTE

Launching today , the Pandemic Institute is a medical, academic and civic partnership between the University of Liverpool, Liverpool...

LA FERIA - LIVERPOOL'S FESTIVAL OF LATIN AMERICAN ARTS AND CULTURE

For their 10 th Anniversary activities, local arts organisation LUMA Creations are proud to present LA FERIA, an innovative and colourful...

 
 
 

AWARD-WINNING TALENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME RETURNS

Calling local music creators - Liverpool International Music Festival Academy is back for 2021/22! Applications to be part of the award-winning...

THE ULTIMATE SEMINAR

In association with LIMF Academy, The Ultimate Seminar heads to Liverpool for its first ever regional event on Saturday 25th September...

 
 
 

EXHIBITION AT THE BLUECOAT - THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF THE CREATIVE COMMUNITY

As part of a new programme centred around the Bluecoat's cultural legacies, a new exhibition, A Creative Community, will launch on...

FREE WRITING DEVELOPMENT COURSE LAUNCHED BY ARTS ORGANISATION OF THE YEAR

LCR's Arts Organisation of the Year, Writing on the Wall , launches applications for its highly successful writing development course...

 
 
 

HOMOTOPIA - COMING OUT!

Homotopia, the annual arts and culture festival held in Liverpool, returns in October with a programme celebrating LGBTQIA culture...

AUTUMN ART CLASSES FROM DOT-ART

We are delighted to announce our Autumn Programme of Creative Courses. Treat yourself to a creative course or art workshop in an inspiring...

 
 
 



Boris Johnson considering using army to supply petrol stations as fuel...

Boris Johnson considering using army to supply petrol stations as fuel crisis rumbles on

Boris Johnson is reportedly set to launch 'Operation Escalin' this week - first conceived during the planning for a no-deal Brexit - in a desperate bid to tackle the fuel... Read more ...

Tammy Beaumont smashes fabulous century to help England cruise to win over...

Tammy Beaumont smashes fabulous century to help England cruise to win over New Zealand

The Kent-born batter scored 102 off 114 balls for her eighth one-day international hundred to help England set an impressive 347 for five from their 50 overs. Only three women... Read more ...

Leeds have an abundance of quality but aligning them into an orderly team is...

Leeds have an abundance of quality but aligning them into an orderly team is where they fell short

Leeds United fell to their third defeat of the season after losing 2-1 to West Ham on Saturday. Despite having quality on the pitch and dugout, they are yet to win a league... Read more ...

A Place in the Sun's Laura Hamilton shows bleeding gums and bruising from...

A Place in the Sun's Laura Hamilton shows bleeding gums and bruising from ITP disorder

Laura Hamilton has said that she wanted to highlight the 'reality of what is underneath and what you can't see' Read more ...

Vigil episode 6 review: Fitting finale for the superb submarine drama

Vigil episode 6 review: Fitting finale for the superb submarine drama

As many fans of Line of Duty will attest, finding a truly satisfying end to a drama that has captivated the nation for several weeks can be a tricky task - but Vigil more than... Read more ...

Liverpool show they're packing a punch but must tighten up their defence

Liverpool show they're packing a punch but must tighten up their defence

DOMINIC KING: Liverpool remain unbeaten at the top of the table but they are ware that they should be three points clear at the top rather than one ahead of their clash with... Read more ...

CHRIS SUTTON: Round one goes to Man City but there's a long way to go in...

CHRIS SUTTON: Round one goes to Man City but there's a long way to go in this title fight

CHRIS SUTTON: It wasn't a knockout blow, merely one round in favour of Manchester City, and Pep Guardiola knows there are plenty more left in this fight as they look to retain... Read more ...

Manchester City flex their muscles and prove they are ready to defend their...

Manchester City flex their muscles and prove they are ready to defend their title with Chelsea win

JACK GAUGHAN: Daunting trips to Chelsea and Liverpool left City supporters fearing the possibility of falling nine points behind in the title race - but that won't be the case. Read more ...

Jamie Vardy's exceptional goalscoring heroics can't solve Leicester's...

Jamie Vardy's exceptional goalscoring heroics can't solve Leicester's problems in defence

TOM COLLOMOSSE AT THE KING POWER STADIUM: The Foxes have kept only one clean sheet in their last 12 league matches and conceded nine shots to Sean Dyche's team. Read more ...

Manchester United don't look the sum of their expensive parts after three...

Manchester United don't look the sum of their expensive parts after three defeats in four games

CHRIS WHEELER AT OLD TRAFFORD: The margins can be tight in football management and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is treading a fine line, even before the first autumn leaves have hit... Read more ...