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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 2016 and are scheduled for completion by April 2016. The first phase of the works will involve the ‘downhill’ roadway in the bus station. [...]

Queen Square Bus Station resurfacing works2016-02-23T11:46:24+00:00

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 Executive Gillian Miller cut the ribbon and officially open the new foyer. After revamping the auditorium in 2012 to install better seats, bar facilities [...]

Liverpool’s Royal Court opens its new welcome centre!2019-01-29T11:31:53+00:00

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 the north, who have been invited to apply to the second stage of Arts Council England’s large capital grants funding programme. Royal Court bosses [...]

Royal Court Liverpool wins Arts Council support2016-01-25T10:05:09+00:00

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 the finest neo-classical buildings in the world, St George’s Hall Liverpool is also a favourite building of Princess Anne’s bother, HRH Prince Charles. Princess [...]

St George’s Hall Minton tile restoration has a Royal visit2019-01-29T11:31:53+00:00

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, will select a final shortlist of five paintings. The overall winner will receive £25,000 and four further prizes of £2,500 will be awarded. [...]

Open Call for painters – John Moores Painting Prize 20162019-01-29T11:31:54+00:00

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 Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper, marking the centenary of the outbreak of war, it will be brought to audiences at venues across [...]

Poppies: Weeping Window2019-01-29T11:31:54+00:00
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