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Burjesta Theatre Workshops - (on till 26 September)
Thu 20 September
Sat 22 September
The Mystery Literary Festival(on till Sun 23 Sep)
Mon 24 September
Wed 3 October
Sat 6 October
Sat 13 October
Mon 15 October
Sat 20 October
Wed 21 November
Wed 28 November
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New Series of Workshops starts 25th July @ The Casa, Hope St, L'pool
Lauren McCarthy is an artist based in Los Angeles whose work examines how issues of surveillance, automation, and network culture affect our social relationships. At this Future Station she will be exploring the future of family.
6pm - 9pm - Metal at Edge Hill Statio - location map
A brand-new festival celebrating mystery literature in all its forms, lands in Liverpool this September. Taking place on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September, the Mystery Literary Festival (MLF) will be a family-friendly event, which welcomes bookworms and literature lovers from Liverpool and beyond to come together to read, write, learn and play. We will have a very special guest appearance from award-winning author and screenwriter, Frank Cottrell-Boyce, who will be reading from his magically mysterious children's book, The Unforgotten Coat. Across the weekend there will be reading, writing, exhibitions, workshops, talks, shared reading taster sessions, performance, craft workshops for all ages, film, music, food and drinks and more.. Taking place in Wavertree’s Holy Trinity Church – described by Poet Laureate and author, Sir John Betjeman, as “Liverpool’s best Georgian church,” – the MLF is rooted in the local community, and aims to encourage visitors to explore the local area, including the festival’s namesake, the Mystery Park, which is located just opposite the festival venue.
From trade deals to fracking, when it comes to making political decisions, few countries are more centralised than the UK. Brexit is about to exacerbate the problem when environmental protection, farming regulations, workers rights and a host of other EU laws become the gift of a handful of ministers. Unlock Democracy thinks it's time to demand #newpoliticsrules, where people and communities have a real say in big decisions affecting them. Join us - and tell us who you think should decide issues as big as trade deals, and as local as fracking under your house, and find out what fellow Liverpool residents think too. There’ll be light refreshments, friendly faces and a chance to get involved in campaigning for a political system that works for everyone.
Monthly meeting of Liverpool Friends of Palestine. (Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month.) All welcome.
Liverpool Friends of Palestine hold their monthly vigil at the bottom of Church Street outside HSBC bank. Vigils held on the first Saturday of every month.
The Edge Hill Station Garden is a tranquil oasis sandwiched between the railway tracks, developed with the help of volunteers. Our garden open days are a way to get active, be more social and connect in a relaxed and friendly environment.
11am - 3pm - Metal Garden at Edge Hill Station - location map
Come and join us in a healing journey through meditation, yoga, sharing, togetherness and nature. A carefully curated journey to connect with our inner healer and find happiness, whilst raising money for Child.org who work in the most difficult places to ensure that children get the most out of life. All tickets must be booked and paid for in advance to confirm your place.
The Spooky Welly Walk is a two mile, Halloween themed, family charity walk through Sefton Park with over 20 different Trick or Treat activity stations, organised by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation. Strike a pose at the Dreadful Dinner, dare to dig through the Yucky Dip stand, take a ride on the mini fairground rides and look out for Halloween surprises along the route. Each child who finishes the walk will receive a medal from Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation's very own mascot, Samantha the Panther Early bird tickets are available for £4 per adult and £4 per child (under 2's go free). You can buy tickets on the day for £5 per adult and £5 per child (under 2's go free).
11am till 5 pm - Sefton Park
Henry Normal's new collection of poetry The Department of Lost Wishes contains over 100 poems personally selected by the author from his early works. “Distinctly funny” – Time Out Author performance and book signing. With special guest Su Andi. 8pm - 10pm, free entry. Part of the Chorlton Book Festival. Published in paperback & eBook by Flapjack Press: exploring the synergy between performance and the page.
Book launch for Manchester Isn’t the Greatest City in the World, Gerry Potter’s latest collection of hard-hitting sociopolitical poetry, prose and plays. Author performance and book signing. With special guests Caleb Everett and Dave Viney. Adult themes / LGBTQ+ 6pm - 8pm Published in paperback & eBook by Flapjack Press: exploring the synergy between performance and the page