Following government advice that people in England who are unable to work from home should return to work and increased social distancing measures on public transport, Arriva will be increasing most timetables in Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Halton from Sunday 31 May.
The Medicash Foundation, the charitable arm of leading Liverpool-based health insurer Medicash, has stepped in to donate £100,000 of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the region’s frontline workers.
Following the extension of the lockdown period, Liverpool’s Royal Court will be postponing the run of Mam I’m Ere until next year. The new dates for the show will be 25 June to 24 July 2021. They will also be cancelling Girls Don’t Play Guitars as there is no room for that in 2021 and they don’t want to postpone until 2022.
As part of your business continuity planning and implementation during these challenging times, you may have considered what would happen to your business if one of your key employees were to become terminally or critically ill or, tragically, pass away.
The Everyman & Playhouse theatres are calling for submissions to be part of a digital journey through Liverpool City Region, featuring commissioned work by local artists and digital ‘picnics’ put together by some of the theatres’ well-known friends.
Every year BIMA, the British Interactive Media Association, launches its search for the 100 most influential, pioneering and groundbreaking people in the digital/tech industry. They are the BIMA 100 and Mashbo is excited to announce that Managing Director, Gavin Sherratt, is on this year’s list.
Here at Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, we are going to help you build your very own play! Over the next few weeks, our New Works Associate Frank will take you through the building blocks of making a play. We’ll be using some tips and tricks from our years of working with playwrights to get those creative ideas flowing.
Brilliant things can happen in times of uncertainty and as we all face the challenging times ahead, dot-art will be delivering our first ever series of online courses to help lift your energy, inspire your creativity and perhaps allow you to get a little distracted whilst learning a new skill.
Following the extension of the lockdown period, Liverpool’s Royal Court will be postponing the run of YNWA Let’s Talk about Six Baby until next year. The new dates for the show will be 23 April to 22 May 2021.
Liverpool ONE has today announced a series of stay at home events and entertainment ensuring there is something for every member of the family to enjoy and take part in during lock-down including Tickle The Ivories and Dinosaurs Unleashed.
Civil and Structural Engineering firm, Sutcliffe, has announced an 11% increase in profit for the last financial year (September 2018-September 2019) compared to the same period in the previous year - putting the firm in a very strong position as the world deals with the current Covid-19 crisis.
FACT is inviting artists living or working in the North of England to create work during lockdown. The scheme entitled FACT Together will offer 10 early-career artists a grant of £1,500 each to develop an idea that will be presented online.
A public vote to find Liverpool City Region’s best young artists opened on Saturday 28 March and continues until 28 April 2020. This year 1257 pupils from 76 schools have entered the dot-art Schools competition and the shortlisted students from each school are now hoping for your votes to win a place in the 8th annual exhibition.
While their venues are closed and children are learning at home, National Museums Liverpool is launching an exciting new project where children get to imagine they are the curators of their very own collection of special objects and artworks.
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, has launched a new crowdfunding campaign to raise £1,000,000 to support community and voluntary organisations on the frontline of helping the city region’s communities cope with the impact of Coronavirus.