Food & Drink Week – a campaign to engage local hospitality businesses, residents and visitors in celebrating the wide range of dinning experiences Liverpool has to offer, taking place 24-30 September. All participating businesses [...]
Alternative and innovative theatre company 1927, who brought their dazzling production of Golem to the Playhouse in 2017, are back in Liverpool this Autumn to invite audiences on a theatrical journey of starting originality with The Animals and Children Took to the Streets.
On Thursday 31st August, Liverpool Art Fair hosted the second annual Billy Wilson People’s Choice Award. The award was created to celebrate the region’s leading artistic and creative talent in memory of the late Billy Wilson, owner of The Gallery Liverpool where Liverpool Art Fair has its roots.
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Following the success of last year’s #GetOutThere17, Liverpool & Sefton Chambers of Commerce are once again holding a photo competition to encourage us all to get out and about and enjoy the early Autumn weather!
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It's the time of year to get creative! Brighten up your autumn by signing up for an art class and learning a new skill. Even better, grab a friend and get creative together! This term, alongside our popular regular classes, we have lots of new workshops to try out, including Monoprint, Textile Arts and Abstract Painting. Our fun, friendly evening and weekend courses are open to everyone and take place in a range of great locations across the city.
We are inviting levy payers from businesses accross our district to attend this, and the ARGUS Training for Managers; to discuss the current threat levels and what you can do as a business and individual to be prepared for an emergency in Liverpool City Centre.
Aurora is an experience like no other. Step inside the cave-like vaults of Toxteth Reservoir for a 40-minute ‘walk on water’. Through dark chambers and between towering iron arches, water surrounds, floods and falls around you, both beautiful and terrifying. The sights, sounds and wonder of an ice cave, a tropical rainforest and monsoons unfold before you. Because when we understand that water is more precious than oil or gold, we view everything differently.
A new business review recently endorsed by the Liverpool City Region LEP and private sector stakeholders has highlighted growth across Liverpool City Region’s Professional and Business Services (PBS) Sector. The review also shows there is a need to focus efforts to improve productivity and future proof growth.
With an influx of more than 50,000 students expected late September early October, the Liverpool BID Company is holding its annual 'Student Takeover' campaign across the city centre 1-14 Oct. The main aim of the campaign [...]
Liverpool BID Company to host Food & Drink Week 24-30 September with the spotlight event 'Celebrating Castle Street' on Friday 28 September. Restaurants, cafes, bar and diners based in the BID areas are being [...]