• Skills & language swap: A chilled social

    Caffè Nero

    Share your skills, languages, passions, dreams ect. Who knows you might meet your best friend(s) here^^ I will be upstairs with a small sign on the table. Look out for 'Skills & language swap' sign

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  • Gallery viewing of "As Seen on Screen: Art and Cinema"

    Walker Art Gallery

    Hi guys, I'd like to see this, and I figured it would be nice to go along with anyone else who's interested. It's a bit early in the day as the Museum closes by 5, but we can always hang out later. Description from Gallery site: "The exhibition will explore the relationship between art and cinema, delving into the fascinating question of what inspires artists. Featuring work by artists including Fiona Banner, Anthea Hamilton, Hardeep Pandhal and Sam Taylor-Johnson, the exhibition considers the influence of cinema on art across more than 20 artworks." The exhibit is free and will run from 31 May to 18 August, which means even if you're can't meet up on Saturday, you could always go when you can. Image: Venice Kimono, by Anthea Hamilton (2012). Link for more info: http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/walker/exhibitions/arts-council-collection/as-seen-on-screen/index.aspx

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  • Give Poetry A Chance

    The Jacaranda

    All we are saying is... Give Poetry A Chance! Give Poetry A Chance is a Liverpool based initiative providing a platform for local poets. Our aim is to try and create and maintain a community for aspiring poets to thrive in, instead of seeing many one off events come and go. Liverpool was once the forefront for revolutionary poets, a revival is well overdue. Our free event will take place downstairs in The Jacaranda. Poets from all walks of life are welcome to our events and all styles of poetry can be performed (Please note that this is not an open mic event). Please contact us if you're interested in performing your poetry at our next event: Email: [masked]

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  • Curator Tour at FACT - FREE tickets! Gender, representation and identity.

    Join us for a curator tour at FACT and learn more about Ericka Beckman and Marianna Simnett and why they’re dedicating 2019 to discussing issues of identity, representation and gender. The tour will begin in the FACT Learning Space, the site of a newly commissioned mural by Laura Callaghan, which offers a visual opening into some of the themes and concepts the exhibition explores. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/curator-tour-tickets-58360734528 - choose 22nd of May. Image: Ericka Beckman, Cinderella (video still), 1986. Image courtesy of the artist.

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  • LIVE MUSIC - Medleys and the Moon - FREE TICKETS

    Victoria Gallery & Museum

    A series of "Medleys" from some of the best known Musicals, the Beatles to Jamaican folk songs. Performed by 2 talented choirs from the University of Liverpool. This event - The Night, the Moon and the Stars' features a wide variety of genres ranging from Cole Porter's "Night and Day" to Elgar's "Nimrod". Colin has 3 spare tickets already, if more than 4 us of are going you can get free tickets via this link... https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/medleys-and-the-moon-tickets-57687705480

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  • Give Poetry A Chance

    The Jacaranda

    All we are saying is... Give Poetry A Chance! Give Poetry A Chance is a Liverpool based initiative providing a platform for local poets. Our aim is to try and create and maintain a community for aspiring poets to thrive in, instead of seeing many one off events come and go. Liverpool was once the forefront for revolutionary poets, a revival is well overdue. Our free event will take place downstairs in The Jacaranda. Poets from all walks of life are welcome to our events and all styles of poetry can be performed (Please note that this is not an open mic event). Please contact us if you're interested in performing your poetry at our next event: Email: [masked]

  • Wicked Women: Reimagining Gender and Fairytale, FREE TICKETS, get yours today!

    Wicked Women explores the gender narratives that are shaped through fairytale and mythology, and the female archetypes that are woven into our histories and contemporary society. This symposium will ask how we can collectively re-imagine and re-tell women’s stories, and how they affect our present and future narrative. The symposium will be followed by a screening of two of Marianna Simnett’s films not included in the current exhibition: Worst Gift (2017) and The Needle and the Larynx (2016), which continue the artist’s exploration of infection, gender, perversion, desire, and illness, through visceral, distorted experiences. Get your free ticket today: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wicked-women-reimagining-gender-and-fairytale-tickets-58363654261

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  • Give Poetry A Chance

    The Jacaranda

    All we are saying is... Give Poetry A Chance! Give Poetry A Chance is a Liverpool based initiative providing a platform for local poets. Our aim is to try and create and maintain a community for aspiring poets to thrive in, instead of seeing many one off events come and go. Liverpool was once the forefront for revolutionary poets, a revival is well overdue. Our free event will take place downstairs in The Jacaranda. Poets from all walks of life are welcome to our events and all styles of poetry can be performed. Please contact us if you're interested in performing your poetry at our next event: Email: [masked]

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  • Open Mosque 2019

    Liverpool Mosque and Islamic Institute

    It is a little gem of a friendly Mosque in Cramond Avenue, off Penny Lane, and if previous years' Open Mosque days are anything to go by, it will also feature the best buffet and BBQ of the all the Liverpool Mosques! Be early for the food! This year there will also be henna hand painting and you can get your own name written in Arabic calligraphy too! Friendliness, discussions, learning, or just chill in a very friendly atmosphere. Just a little heads up on the day's dressing code, women do not need to wear head scarves to enter.

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