• Poetry on the Fringe

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    'Poetry on the Fringe' is a free Give Poetry A Chance event at the Liverpool Fringe Festival (Saturday 1st October to Saturday 8th 2022).

    Taking place in The Hold, at The Shipping Forecast, the event will showcase poetry from twelve local poets over three hours. Please come on down and show your support.

    Please note that this is not an open mic event and the lineup has already been booked)

  • Gorgon City Presents Realm Liverpool Blackstone St Warehouse

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    Gorgon City Presents Realm Liverpool 8th Oct Tickets | Blackstone Street Warehouse Liverpool | Sat 8th October 2022 Lineup
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    Blackstone Street Warehouse in Liverpool

    Saturday 8th October 2022

    2:00pm til 11:00pm (Last entry 4:30pm)

    Minimum Age: 18

    Gorgon City presents Realm - full line up incoming

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    Sign up now to be the first in line for tickets! Tickets on sale WEDNESDAY 13TH JULY at 10am

    Saturday 8th October 2022

    2pm-11pm at Blackstone Street Warehouse

    GORGON CITY presents REALM

    • Full Lineup to be revealed on Thursday -

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    This event is strictly 18+ (No ID - No Entry)

    Last entry 4.30pm

    Full show terms and conditions emailed to customers the week of the show

    Groups: CIRCUS Liverpool group
    entry prices
    Minimum age: 18

    Entry price (public): TBC (Additional fees may apply)

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    Blackstone Street Warehouse in Liverpool

    Blackstone St,
    Liverpool,
    L5 9TL

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  • City of Spies - Local Director Phil Moran

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    Tickets https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/city-of-spies-tickets-406767040167?aff= or here

    This film screening is presented by FFAB Productions Ltd.

    ## About this event

    Set in Vienna, City of Spies emerges audiences into the dangerous world of espionage.
    The debut feature film from Wirral-born director Phil Moran - City of Spies navigates the intricacies of international politics and modern diplomacy, further commenting on nuclear issues and the concept of fake news.

    Running Time: 133. Age Certificate: 12A. Doors: 19:30. Film: 20:00.
    This screening is part of our Community Cinema. If you're an artist, independent filmmaker, charity, film club, or arts organisation, find out how FACT can support your film screening.

  • Making Liverpool Better Together with Engage Seminar One

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    Register here https://www.engageliverpool.com/events/making-liverpool-better-together-dr-camila-vergara/ or here

    Please note: The Senate Room, Brett Building, University of Liverpool (TBC)

    From their website,
    "This year, Engage is creating a city-wide discussion about how ordinary people, citizens, feel about the way their city is run exploring together what we think about the state of our local democracy and whether people feel engaged or not with the decision-making process.

    We are excited to be joined in our first seminar by Dr Camila Vergara, a fellow at the University of Cambridge, and specialist on both old and new forms of democracy and citizen decision-making.

    Dr Vergara will share international examples of how other cities and regions around the world are doing democracy differently, in a way that benefits local citizens. Her talk will be followed by responses from a local panel, and an audience Q&A."

  • Variety Show at The Casa, Hope St, £5 Entry, Live Entertainment - Music & More

    Ever So Wonderful Variety Show -
    Saturday 19th February 2022
    Saturday 16th July 2022
    Saturday 15th October 2022

    At the Casa Theatre, Hope Street, show starts 7pm

    Tickets £5 each from eventbrite.co.uk/o/fantasy[masked]

    A variety of live performances…
    • Singers
    • Musicians
    • Poets
    • Actors & more

    ESWVARIETYSHOWS.CO.UK

    Casa Theatre, inside the Casa Bar, Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ

  • MK, Idris Elba, Hannah Wants, Cloonee, Marcellus at Blackstone Street Warehouse

    First Release tickets still available (5th August '22) here: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/Blackstone-Street-Warehouse/MK-Idris-Elba-Hannah-Wants-Cloonee-Marcellus-Liverpool/36140449 or here: https://skdl.co/UNde7wvohsb

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  • Making Liverpool Better Together with Engage Seminar Two

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    Register here: https://www.engageliverpool.com/events/making-liverpool-better-together-jon-alexander/ or here

    ## Where: The Concert Room, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

    From their website,
    "This year, Engage is creating a city-wide discussion about how ordinary people, citizens, feel about the way their city is run exploring together what we think about the state of our local democracy and whether people feel engaged or not with the decision-making process.

    We are excited to be joined in our second seminar by the inimitable Jon Alexander, co-founder of the New Citizenship Project, and author of CITIZENS, a blueprint for what could happen when we we start to think and act like Citizens, not Consumers.

    Following on from Dr Camila Vergara’s talk two weeks prior, Jon will share examples of how other cities and regions in the UK are doing democracy differently, in a way that benefits local citizens. His talk will be followed by responses from a local panel, and an audience Q&A!

  • CANCELLED - Death Metal at Outpost

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    UPDATE: Sadly the venue has now cancelled this.

    This event is joint with the Liverpool Rock and Metal Society. (https://meetu.ps/e/KXf0n/tN02S/i )

    Anal Vomit - Old school blackened death metal from Peru.
    Violentor - Death thrash from Italy.
    Deus Vermin - Atmospheric blackened death from Leeds.
    Trenchfoot - Debut and potentially only show from Liverpool's dirtiest OSDM.

    Tickets available from https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on

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  • Making Liverpool Better Together with Engage Seminar Three

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    Register here: https://www.engageliverpool.com/events/making-liverpool-better-together-workshop/ or here

    From their website,
    This year, Engage is creating a city-wide discussion about how ordinary people, citizens, feel about the way their city is run exploring together what we think about the state of our local democracy and whether people feel engaged or not with the decision-making process.

    Following on from the first two seminars in this year’s series – with Dr Camila Vergara (13th October) and Jon Alexander (27th October) – we’re taking the topic of citizenship and throwing the floor open to you, the citizens of Liverpool. This will be a warm, thoughtful, and energising workshop, taking as our starting point questions including:

    1. How would you describe citizen engagement in Liverpool? What challenges are we facing?
    2. Who is best placed to take this process forward? What challenges would they face?
    3. What is the first thing that must be done if citizens are to work together? What challenges are there?

  • Anne+ with Artists and Actor Q&A (Holland) - one not to be missed! (Homotopia)

    Part of Homotopia.
    Get your ticket here www.picturehouses.com/movie-details/000/HO[masked]/anne-viewing-party-plus-q-a?comingsoon=true or here

    Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foNTbBXoaY8&t=55s
    From the website,

    ### ANNE+ is a drama series about the (love)life of Anne, a twenty-something lesbian living in Amsterdam.

    #### In each episode we learn more about Anne and her past and present love interests as well as her friends, family and colleagues.

    The show was initiated by the creators because of the lack of positive queer representation in film and television. The ANNE+ team is composed of mostly female, queer filmmakers who feel personally connected to the series and want to make a difference. What began as a crowdfunded project was soon joined by Millstreet Films and BNNVARA, and later became a Netflix film.

    Joining us all the way from the Netherlands, ANNE+ creators Maud Wiemiejer, Valerie Bisscheroux and Hanna Van Vilet (who plays Anne) for a viewing party of Episodes 1 – 2, followed by a Q&A.

    https://www.homotopia.net/Festival%20/anne-viewing-party-with-creators-qa/#:~:text=ANNE%2B%20is%20a,a%20Q%26A.