‘How much of this is fiction’ opens at FACT next week;...

How much of this is fiction. Exploring the radical shift in the boundary between fiction and reality in a world increasingly governed by ‘post-truth’ politics Showing...

Installation challenging stigma of mental health, at The Open Door Centre...

Merseyside art installation challenging stigma of mental health, at The Open Door Centre in Wallasey An interatctive art installation aimed at breaking the stigma surrounding...
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Bluecoat Unveils New Dance Events for 2017

BLUECOAT UNVEILS NEW DANCE EVENTS FOR 2017 Bluecoat has announced highlights from its upcoming dance programme for 2017. The events take place as part of INHABIT,...

Liverpool John Moores University announced as principal sponsor of LightNight Liverpool...

Liverpool John Moores University announced as principal sponsor of LightNight Liverpool 2017 – ‘Time’   LightNight Liverpool Friday 19 May 2017 5pm - late 100 events across Liverpool...
The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday 20 February 2017

The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday

The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday 20 February in time for half-term school holidays. Families will once again be able to...

Bluecoat’s print studio goes on tour

Bluecoat’s print studio goes on tour Bluecoat’s Print Studio has taken up residency at Crosby Library until 10 March 2017.  The Music Room at the popular library in Waterloo...

Threshold Launch Crowdfund Campaign For 2017 Festival

Threshold Launch Crowdfund Campaign For 2017 Festival Threshold 2017 Crowdfunder: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/threshold2017 - - Ahead of their 7th annual festival of music and arts in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle,...

The Atkinson – The Place to be this Feb Half Term!

The Atkinson - The Place to be this Feb Half Term! Dragons, Bedtime Stories, X-Wings, Star Wars, Hungry Caterpillars a Giant Wiggle and more –...

DaDaFest’s Articstic Director, Ruth Gould, Receives MBE

Liverpool Based Disability Arts Progressive, Ruth Gould, Receives MBE DaDaFest is excited to announce that its Artistic Director, Ruth Gould, will be receiving an MBE...
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Arts organisations in the North of England and South Asia announce...

Eleven arts organisations in the North of England and South Asia announce major contemporary art network - New North and South A three year...

Liverpool Biennial 2016 Evaluation, unpicked

1.2 million people experienced Liverpool Biennial 2016. It contributed £5.3 million to the Liverpool economy, equivalent to creating 138 permanent, full time jobs.

LEAP festival will make Liverpool dance this Valentine’s Day

topLEAP festival will make Liverpool dance this Valentine’s Day Dance students performing in the upcoming LEAP dance festival, March 1-12, will be romancing the streets...

Liverpool’s biennial International Photography Festival, LOOK/17, twins Liverpool with Hong Kong

Liverpool's biennial International Photography Festival, LOOK/17, twins Liverpool with Hong Kong 7th April - 14th May 2017 Cities of Exchange: Liverpool/ Hong Kong LOOK/17, Liverpool’s biennial International...
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EDO POP: Japanese prints at Lady Lever Art Gallery

EDO POP: Japanese prints at Lady Lever Art Gallery More than 40 prints bring to life the energy and spirit of 19th-century Edo (now Tokyo)...

The Treasures of Ancient Egypt come to Bootle

The Treasures of Ancient Egypt come to Bootle School children in Bootle are taking part in a unique project that brings Ancient Egypt to life...

UK’s first revolving theatre for Liverpool’s new creative district

UK’S FIRST REVOLVING THEATRE FOR LIVERPOOL’S NEW CREATIVE DISTRICT A major performance venue, with a revolving auditorium, will be at the heart of regeneration plans...

From elitism to engaging, how the art industry is evolving in...

From elitism to engaging, how the art industry is evolving in the digital age The art traders report last year revealed that nearly half of...

Special Guest Stuart Milk to open LGBT Festival Hub at Museum...

SPECIAL GUEST STUART MILK OPENS LGBT FESTIVAL HUB OUTing the Past at Museum of Liverpool Stuart Milk, the global LGBT human rights activist and political speaker,...

Bluecoat announces Sociologist in Residence

UK’s oldest arts centre announces Sociologist in Residence as part of plans to celebrate its 300th anniversary Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, will welcome...

Liverpool has become the UK’s first “Heritage Role Model”

LIVERPOOL has become the UK’s first “Heritage Role Model” - after being chosen to help spearhead Europe’s biggest drive to develop historic city centres. Liverpool...

The Royal Standard: Crownfunding to build a new workshop, library and...

The Royal Standard want to make their new home as useful and as beneficial as possible for artists, the greater artist community and the general...
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Liverpool Chinese New Year 2017, Preview

Chinese New Year 2017 Chinese New Year 2017 is filling Liverpool with all sorts of events and workshops this weekend, from The Black-E to Bluecoat,...

LIVERPOOL will mark Holocaust Memorial Day this week with an exhibition...

LIVERPOOL will mark Holocaust Memorial Day this week with a series of events including an exhibition, wreath laying and a service. The theme for this...

Liverpool’s Capstone Theatre Champions Dance This Spring

Liverpool's Capstone Theatre Champions Dance This Spring This Spring Liverpool's international arts venue, The Capstone Theatre, will be championing a range of exciting contemporary dance...

National Museums Liverpool launches Sankofa project: Objects and memories from Liverpool’s...

Objects and memories from Liverpool's Black community National Museums Liverpool launches Sankofa project An exploration of activism in Liverpool's Black communities launches National Museums Liverpool's Sankofa...

A year’s worth of culture in one summer

50 Summers of Love runs from Wednesday 12 April until early Sunday 3 September and will showcase the incredible creativity which can be found in the city

Maria Balshaw appointed as Tate Director, but what does that mean...

NEWS: Maria Balshaw appointed as Tate Director, but what does that mean for us? Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith One of the few headline breakers last week, pushing...

Older people visit Pyramid to see their memories and life experiences...

Older people visit Pyramid to see their memories and life experiences on display through art A group of older people visited Pyramid arts centre today...

Tate Liverpool brings Otto Dix drawings to UK for the first...

Private drawings by the German artist Otto Dix go on display for the first time in the UK in Tate Liverpool’s upcoming exhibition Portraying a Nation: Germany

Maria Balshaw Appointed New Director of Tate

MARIA BALSHAW APPOINTED NEW DIRECTOR OF TATE Tate have announced what we all expected, Maria Balshaw has been appointed Director of Tate. Without a doubt,...

SEA GALLERIES: Plans for new galleries at Merseyside Maritime Museum

SEA GALLERIES Plans for new galleries at Merseyside Maritime Museum The £200,000 award from DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund will go towards creating a major...

Artists start crowdfunding to help fund the development of ‘Old Chinatown...

Old Chinatown is disappearing. To keep the heritage alive two artists are aiming to collect stories and objects and develop the Old Chinatown Museum in...

Art installation invites audiences to experience brain injury effects – North...

An acclaimed installation exploring an artist’s experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection, will premiere in Liverpool’s 17 Love Lane arts venue.

Photostories: What’s Yours?

When the website launches in February 2017, projects from across Culture Shifts will be available to view.

FACT welcomes 2016 winner of European Media Artists in Residence...

In January 2017, FACT is pleased to welcome this year’s winner of the European Media Artists in Residence Exchange (EMARE) award, Italian filmmaker Giovanni...

MDI turns LEAP into a pop up dance house for its...

MDI turns LEAP into a pop up dance house for its 25th year in Liverpool Merseyside’s multi-award winning dance organisation MDI (Merseyside Dance Initiative) launches...

An illuminating start to the Year of the Rooster

An illuminating start to the Year of the Rooster AN Ancient Chinese myth will be brought to life as part of Liverpool’s very special Chinese...

Beyond The Beaten Track to celebrate and secure a Liverpool grass...

On Saturday January 28th, The Bluecoat will host BEYOND THE BEATEN TRACK - a one-off closing party event, to celebrate Liverpool's Above the Beaten Trackfestivals.  The celebration...

Clinical Psychology Fringe Festival to bring psychology out of the therapy...

Liverpool has been chosen host the Division of Clinical Psychology’s annual conference – ‘The Future Is Now’ and Clinical Psychology Fringe Festival between 18th...

What to expect from 2017

2017 in brief Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith A year of anniversaries, archives, discovery and invention. Liverpool is going to be nothing but loud through 2017 where it...

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