405, 2018

Top Things You Can Do This Bank Holiday

Liverpool is no stranger to great events or things to do this bank holiday weekend.

We’ve rounded up some of the best events you can take part in this weekend.

Liverpool’s Royal Court
Liver Birds Flying Home
5th May, […]

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1112, 2017

When you conga through a storm… Santa’s brave the icy blasts to raise money for children’s hospice

Crowds of Santa’s battled through Storm Caroline to take part in a fund-raising conga around St Johns Shopping Centre.

Gale force winds and driving rain forced many people in the city to head for home yesterday, […]

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712, 2017

Lowry’s Liverpool on Display at The Walker Art Gallery

The Walker Art Gallery is set to receive an early Christmas present in the form of Lawrence Stephen Lowry’s painting The Liver Buildings, Liverpool, which will be displayed at the Gallery on long term loan […]

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712, 2017


Walker redisplays a masterpiece, following revealing conservation work

The Walker Art Gallery has welcomed back Virgin and Child in Glory (1673), an altarpiece by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617-1682), following a major conservation project. The project has […]

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1004, 2017

Full programme revealed for first Big History Festival

Two weeks of family animation in and around St George’s Quarter

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3110, 2016


Liverpool’s Christmas market has made a stunning move!

 Now in its 11th year the festive attraction is to have a spectacular new home outside the iconic St George’s Hall, where the city famously launched its year […]

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2207, 2016


Have you got designs on being a catwalk model? Do you have what it takes to be the next Gisele Bundchen or Cara Delevingne?

 Then strut on down to St George’s Hall on Wednesday, 27th July […]

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2007, 2016


The school summer holidays are finally upon us – six long weeks to entertain your little landlubbers. But if your young ones are feeling all at sea, St George’s Hall is launching the ideal solution […]

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2806, 2016




Fashionistas in the region are getting hot under the collar about the return of the North West Fashion Festival this autumn.


The iconic St George’s Hall will play host to the two-day fashion and beauty festival […]

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1705, 2016

New exhibition celebrating the man who clothed The Beatles and Elvis comes to Liverpool this autumn

An exciting new exhibition celebrating the Mexican man who clothed some of the most iconic music stars of all time – from The Beatles to Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan to Jack White and The Killers – […]

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1603, 2016

The Liner Hotel ‘Top Rated’ award from Laterooms.com

The Liner Crew are delighted to announce our latest ‘Top Rated’ award received today from our fabulous booking partner Laterooms.com.

As the only UK Hotel awards based solely on genuine Guest reviews and subject to a minimum […]

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1603, 2016

St George’s Quarter Festival Line Up Is Confirmed!

The line up for the fourth annual St George’s Day Festival has been confirmed!

St George’s Quarter is packed with historic buildings, cafes, bars and restaurants and there are plenty of family friendly activities planned this […]

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2302, 2016

Queen Square Bus Station resurfacing works

Services using stands 9-12 in Queen Square Bus Station are affected. Additionally, routes 30/30E, 30A and 101 are also diverted in Liverpool city centre.

Resurfacing works on the bus station carriageway will commence on Sunday 24 January […]

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1702, 2016

Liverpool’s Royal Court opens its new welcome centre!

Liverpool’s Royal Court has unveiled its new extended foyer, first-floor terrace, circle bar and new  box office as the second phase of its refurbishment is completed.

Mayor Joe Anderson and AHMM Architect Paul Monaghan helped Chief […]

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2501, 2016

Royal Court Liverpool wins Arts Council support

Liverpool’s Royal Court is a step closer to starting the next phase of its redevelopment after support from the Arts Council.

The St George’s Quarter landmark is one of 16 organisations nationwide, of which six are in […]

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1712, 2015

St George’s Hall Minton tile restoration has a Royal visit

The first phase of restoration work on the Minton tiles in St George’s Hall has now been completed, and has been given the seal of approval by HRH The Princess Royal.

Widely regarded as one of […]

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1610, 2015

Open Call for painters – John Moores Painting Prize 2016

John Moores Painting Prize 2016
Open to all painters in the UK, works are selected anonymously by an independent jury. The Prize continues to honour the principles of open submission and democratic selection.

The jury, which is soon to be announced, […]

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2909, 2015

Poppies: Weeping Window

Poppies: Weeping Window

By Paul Cummins, artist, and Tom Piper, designer

Weeping Window is a cascade comprising several thousand handmade ceramic poppies seen pouring from a high window to the ground below. One of two sculptures by artist […]

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2004, 2015

Punch and Judy come ‘home’ for St George’s Festival

Punch and Judy is returning to it’s ‘spiritual home’ in more than 20 years for Liverpool’s St George’s Festival.

The Victorian puppet show is to be one of the star attractions of the three day festival […]

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112, 2014

Winter Arts Market this weekend

This weekend St George’s Hall will be transformed into a treasure trove of beautiful creations as the Winter Arts Market returns. Over 200 local artists, designers and makers descend on the Grade I listed venue […]

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2410, 2014

Task force launched to promote city’s ‘soul’

A task force has been launched to promote one of the UK’s most important historical and cultural urban sites.

Liverpool’s St George’s Quarter, which has been dubbed ‘the city’s soul’, is home to a unique collection […]

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1808, 2014

WWI Commemoration Weekend to be held in Liverpool

This September the city will be taken back in time to 1914 for the Merseyside First World War Commemoration, a special weekend programme of events to mark the 100 year anniversary since Britain entered in […]

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3107, 2014

Historic quarter launches digital guide

One of the UK’s great cultural hubs has launched an app to give visitors a new way to explore its attractions.

Liverpool’s St George’s Quarter, which is home to world class venues such as St George’s Hall, […]

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2105, 2014

Freedom of Liverpool recipient Lord Heseltine returns to Liverpool for In Conversation Evening

Little Atom Productions are delighted to announce that Lord Michael Heseltine will be their next interviewee in the hugely successful In Conversation series. Appearing at St Georges Hall on Tuesday 17 June, the event also […]

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1605, 2014

Catacombs Tours return to St George’s Hall

Love history’s unique sell-out theatrical tours are back with new characters and stories from the depths of St George’s Hall.

In just two weeks’ time Liverpool’s St George’s Hall are set to bring you another haunting […]

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905, 2014

The Band of the Grenadier Guards at St George’s Quarter

World renowned military band come to Liverpool’s St George’s Hall for one special charity evening.

On Saturday 13th September, the sound which symbolises the very essence of the nation will be welcomed into the Great Hall […]

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704, 2014

Murder at St George’s Hall. A dickensian Special

On Saturday 14th June Lovehistory Ltd return to Liverpool’s grandioso St George’s Hall for another massive Murder Mystery Dinner Event which will attract over 400 people. Murder at Georges Hall: A Dickensian Special is the […]

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704, 2014

FREE Merseyrail Family Tickets for St George’s Festival on Sunday, 27 April

Liverpool is to celebrate its second St George’s Day Festival.

As part of the celebration Merseyrail is giving away 500 FREE family return tickets (up to 4 people) to attend St George’s Day Festival on Sunday, […]

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104, 2014

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival returns for 2014 with 9-day extravaganza!

The ever-popular Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) returns to the city for a 13th consecutive year from 7-15 June 2014.

Boasting a huge range of events, the 9 day long festival will take place at various high profile venues across the […]

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104, 2014

Liverpool Pride Returns for 2014

Liverpool Pride organisers are delighted to announce that one of the city’s most popular events will return on Saturday 2 August 2014.

This year marks the 5th anniversary for Liverpool Pride, which was established in 2010 and takes place each year to coincide […]

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3103, 2014

Royal Court Theatre Welcome Project receives European and Council support

Liverpool City Council’s mayoral cabinet meeting today agreed to endorse plans for the Royal Court Theatre Welcome Project which will create an exciting new extension to the Grade ll listed, art deco, Royal Court Theatre with a […]

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3103, 2014

Easter Fun at the Museums

Hop along to your local museum for a dose of Easter fun!

A fantastic selection of eggs-ibitions and events mean there’s something for everyone at National Museums Liverpool this Easter.

Spring into action and make animal crafts […]

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2803, 2014

Liverpool Welcomes Nelson Mandela Art Collection

The passing of Nelson Mandela in 2013 gripped the world, being felt throughout the hearts of every nation. This summer, the city of Liverpool is hosting a rare opportunity to view and buy his artwork […]

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1303, 2014

The Easter Bunny Parade is coming to Liverpool!

A brand new Easter Grotto experience has been announced in Liverpool at one of its most iconic buildings. The Easter Bunny Parade will take place at the city’s St George’s Hall from Saturday 5th […]

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703, 2014

Catacombs tours back to St George’s Hall by popular demand!

Love history’s unique sell-out theatrical tours are back with new characters and stories from the depths of St George’s Hall.

Liverpools St George’s Hall ’have announced that another week of the popular catacombs tours which explore […]

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603, 2014

Your city needs you

The team behind the UK’s biggest street theatre spectacular taking place in Liverpool are looking to recruit an army of volunteers. 

Preparations are well underway for Memories of August 1914, which will be this year’s national flagship […]

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503, 2014

Liverpool to dance for St George

Liverpool to stage second St George’s Day Festival on Sunday, 27 April

City to celebrate festivities with International Dance Day

FREE event to promote city’s historic St George’s Quarter with TV star Mike the Knight in attendance

Liverpool is to putting on […]

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2907, 2013

The Charlatans join festival line-up

ONE of the UK’s seminal rock bands has joined the Liverpool International Music Festival line-up.

The Charlatans, who have notched up 11 studio albums – including three number one albums – and had 17 hits in […]

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2207, 2013

Bandstand to put the beat in city’s summer

The Liverpool Bandstand in Williamson Square is set to host another season in the sun.

Open Culture is once again signing up musicians, singers, choirs, bands and performers of all ages and genres to perform on the bandstand.

The […]

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1107, 2013

Murder at St George’s Hall!

Grand Hall to host massive murder mystery event based on real historic Liverpool cases
Liverpool’s Lovehistory and St George’s Hall are delighted to announce what is possibly the biggest murder mystery event in the UK (and most […]

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1104, 2013

Hillsborough memorials for the 96

LIVERPOOL will mark the 24th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy with two permanent memorials to the 96 people who lost their lives.

Families of the victims will come together in the city centre on Sunday 14th April, […]

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403, 2013


Liverpool to stage first St George’s Day Festival on Sunday, April 21
Dragons, medieval fun, and TV star Mike the Knight in attendance
FREE event to promote city’s historic St George’s Quarter
Day organised by NML, St George’s Hall, City […]

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