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A festival of new performances in places you would not expect to see them

A festival of new performances in places you would not expect to see them. Award-winning Liverpool arts organisation Hope Street Ltd presents the third On the Verge, a...

Featured Artist: Christopher Kline: O.K. The Musical at Tate Liverpool

Featured Artist: Christopher Kline: O.K. The Musical at Tate Liverpool throughout April, with performances on 29th & 30th April Interview, Patrick Kirk-Smith Christopher Kline, whose musical has...

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...

Young DaDaFest 2017 Open Call

DEADLINE: 31st January 2017

Review: DaDaFest: Alba by Jo Bannon

DaDaFest: Alba by Jo Bannon Bluecoat, 19th November 2016 Words, Jessica Greenall A minimal set becomes the site of numerous ethereal images in Jo Bannon’s visual poem,...

Review: Nick Leassing and Nahum Matra at FACT

Nick Leassing and Nahum Matra at FACT Day of Collisions, 10 November 2016.   Word and photographs by Moira Leonard Art and Science. Worlds apart or closely...

Featured Artist: Franko B

Franko B: ‘An artist’s job is not to suffer, but to ask questions on what it’s like to be alive’ Interview by Jessica Greenall The opportunity...
Michael Portnoy, Relational Stalinism: The Musical, 2016. 9 July 2016 at the Black-E, as part of Liverpool Biennial 2016. Photo: Rob Battersby

Reviews: Liverpool Biennial: Michael Portnoy, Relational Stalinism – The Musical

Think David Lynch meets the Coen Brothers and sprinkle a little weary pessimism on top and you will get the flavour of this unflinching collection of performances.
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Bluecoat: Melissa Gordon: Fallible Space

Saturday 23 January 2016 – Sunday 13 March 2016. Gordon is interested in addressing the exhibition as a ‘theatre in the round’: highlighting shifting perspectives when staging her work. Here she presents the first solo exhibition in Bluecoat’s Performance Space, accompanied by a longer running exhibition in the Vide.

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