News 2018-02-01T12:13:27+00:00

Bike & Go publishes quirky bike rides guide to mark English Tourism Week

March 13th, 2018|

A warehouse-lined canal path from the Pier Head to Crosby beach, a trip to the smallest pub in Britain, and a little-known route that provides the best spot for city skyline selfies are just some of the alternative cycle rides to be found in a new publi

Liverpool BID Company appoints two new night-time ambassadors to improve safety on city streets

March 13th, 2018|

Left to right. Stuart Moore, Baa Bar Ltd; Amy Donnelly, ExcluSec; Louise Solan, BID ambassador; James Bancroft, ExcluSec; Cllr. Liz Parsons, Mayoral Lead for Community Safety; Shaun Holland, Liverpool BID Company and Insp. Steve [...]

Wirral-born director Conrad Nelson brings Northern Broadsides’ unique take on Dickens novel Hard Times to the Playhouse

March 12th, 2018|

Northern Broadsides return to the Playhouse from 27-31 March with a tale of supressed love, seduction and social mores, peopled with the sharply observed exaggerated characters of Charles Dickens in: Hard Times.

A night of transformation LightNight Liverpool returns in May with 7 new commissions & 100s of free events

March 5th, 2018|

LightNight Liverpool, the city’s one-night arts festival, is back on Friday 18 May 2018. With seven new commissions from artists alongside 100+ free events at venues and unusual spaces across the city, the annual “culture crawl” celebrates arts and culture, ten years on from Liverpool’s title of 2008 European Capital of Culture.

Shakespeare’s Globe theatre brings Hans Christian Andersen’s dark children’s tale The Little Matchgirl to the Playhouse

March 2nd, 2018|

Shakespeare’s Globe visits the Playhouse from 13-17 March to re-tell Hans Christian Anderson fairy tales in The Little Matchgirl (and Other Happier Tales).

Arboretum Exhibition at dot-art Gallery

March 2nd, 2018|

Featuring art by six local artists, Arboretum showcases the enduring relationship we have with our botanical cohabitants; a source of creative inspiration for hundreds of years, figures of poetic symbolism and worship, emblems of calm and tranquillity – Arboretum celebrates the tree. From soft, wistful landscapes to bold and vertiginous lines, this exhibition has been curated to be a symbiotic forest of naturalism and abstraction.

Tenants at Liverpool’s No 4 St Paul’s Square are blazing a trail across the UK

February 28th, 2018|

Business occupiers at a dynamic Liverpool innovation hub are making a national impact with a diversity drive and groundbreaking digital technology that is making people safer in their homes.