Hosted in the Hornby library at Liverpool Central Library the Windmill Watercolours exhibition that looks at the history of windmills in and around St George's Quarter.
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At our Craft and Create sessions this half term we will be taking inspiration from our own collection of Delftware and Liverpool Porcelain to decorate a piece of crockery. This is a drop in workshop.
During October half term we will be inspired by the Winds of Change instillation on William Brown Street and the Walkers collections of Delftware and Liverpool Porcelain for our craft activities.
Join Petite Ullaloom as they weave stories for families to tell the tales and explore the history of our Street, formally known as Shaw's Brow.
Some Liverpool locations are getting new artistic additions thanks to an inspiring cultural campaign. Very Public Art will see a series of brand new art commissions land across the city which will showcase the local creative community and give the creators the chance to tell stories through their work. Each individual project will pop up over the next couple of [...]
Two weeks of family animation in and around St George’s Quarter
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 later this month (April 24-26), entertaining families in St Johns Garden's just yards from where it was first performed in Liverpool by St George's [...]
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 to offer the public a truly unique Christmas shopping experience. Visitors can pick up everything from handmade jewellery, paintings, textiles, photography and homeware to greeting [...]
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 of museums, art galleries, theatres, memorial gardens, concert rooms and civic halls forming a critical part of the city’s World Heritage Site and attracts [...]
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 to the First World War, brought by The First World War Commemoration Task Group from Fri 12 – Sun 14 September. The programme of events [...]