November SciBar is now presented by Dr Steve Barrett of the University of Liverpool. Join them as he analyses the Apollo Moon Landings and asks whether there is evidence that they are faked.
1 November 2011 - 7.30pm at the Ship and Mitre, Dale Street.
Ricky Spontane annouce gigs this December in Liverpool and London.
So good to see that Fats and Frank and Formby will be being performed again in the city of its birth namely Liverpool. 52 Catherine Street, the home of most of the band members at one point in time will be straining at its foundations to try and make it down to the gig at the Kazimier on Friday 9th.
I'm already dusting off my RS Tshirt and digging out my CD's to get them signed.
An evening of lo-fi, cut up and new technologies.
Thursaday 27th - 7pm
Elevator Cafe Bar, Parliament Street, Liverpool.
Call for applications for Vintage and Handmade Festive Market
Storey Gallery is inviting applications from artists, makers, designers and vintage sellers who are interested in taking a stall at this year's festive market.
TRANNY HOTEL FUNDING SUCCESS
Following the recent announcement of the UK premiere of international Transgender arts festival, Tranny Hotel, to be held at Liverpool's iconic Adelphi Hotel from Fri 11 – Sun 13 November, organisers were delighted to hear that the project has been awarded an arts council grant.
The funding has enabled the festival to produce a series of workshops, which will take place in the week leading up to Tranny Hotel on the 7th 9th and 10th of November, at the Bluecoat, led by Transgender artists including organiser Mandy Romero. The funding is also allowing organisers to run a performance workshop as part of the festival weekend with renowned performer, author and journalist Adam Lowe.
Further details below
Merseyside ACME present a seminar for Music Managers on 27th October at Leaf Cafe.
You don’t have to be a Colonel Tom Parker, an Allen Klein or a Peter Grant to know that the management game is complex.
Whether self-releasing or aiming for stadiums and majors it’s a potential minefield. There’s a whole raft of people you’ll need to have on side; a great accountant, a savvy PR, a clued up social media expert and a very, very smart lawyer and that’s all while dealing with the talent itself.
The Abandon Normal Devices festival took place in Liverpool recently, from September 29th to October 2nd. I was lucky enough to be there and while I'd attended some smaller AND events before, I had little idea of what to expect. Nevertheless I dove into various exhibits, discussions and performances over the weekend.
Come feast your eyes – and, of course, your ears - on an evening of awe-inspiring music videos, astounding online nuggets and a unique brand of sit down comedy with Adam Buxton - comedian, writer, broadcaster, video director, general music video enthusiast and YouTube comment wrangler. Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Adam presents a selection of his favourite music videos from the BUG shows at London’s BFI Southbank over the past year, along with some delightfully unbalanced commentary from the YouTube community, all interspersed with his some gems of his own making.