Liverpool’s Writing on the Wall Festival is back throughout in May with a hot mix of cutting edge writers, riotous debates, left hooks and rhythms of resistance, in this year’s celebration of Liverpool: City of Radicals.
The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Friday 8th through to Thursday 14th April 2011
Today Twitter brought down the Arts Council webserver - it didn't, it was simply a power cut in Manchester.
Today the Arts Council destroyed the Arts in England - NO that didn't happen either. The arts organisations are suffering, along with the staff, the real people who work hard and the artistic programmes but in the long term everyone just gets on with the job of work.
In Liverpool we have seen 11% cuts portrayed as a good result and they maybe when compared against the likes of Urban Strawberry Lunch who run the St. Lukes Church aka the bomby getting cut completely.
The largest celebration of working people on the planet takes place in Liverpool next month (22nd - 30th April) as a 9 day festival of song, music, arts, theatre, poetry, cinema, photography, discussion, and walking tours takes place. The Working Class Life & Music Festival will feature 45 different events right across the city of Liverpool celebrating the lives and experiences of working people.
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The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Friday 25th through to Thursday 31st March 2011
Welcome to another Rathole Radio. I was back in the UK this time and back to a live broadcast. Many people joined me in the chat room and we had a good time. I played my usual eclectic mix of tunes and some listeners described the selection this time as “relaxed”. You can decide for yourself. I also gave my rendition of “Long May You Run” by Neil Young.
The line up films at your favourite city centre cinema from Friday 4th through to Thursday 10th March 2011
University students host lecture and concert as part of international Music Freedom Day on Thursday, March 3nd
The University of Liverpool’s Lecture Theatre 9 in the Rendall Building will be buzzing come Thursday, as more than 10 musicians and speakers will participate in a symposium supporting Music Freedom Day. The annual global event provides an opportunity for music lovers to discuss, analyse, and raise awareness about the subject of censorship by working in conjunction with Freemuse, a non-profit organization that advocates freedom of expression for all composers and musicians.