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.
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.
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 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 [...]
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 cultural event – marking a centenary since the outbreak of the First World War. The event will see the return of the Little Girl [...]
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 its dancing shoes for a spectacular St George’s Day Festival on Sunday, 27 April. Now in its second year, the festival will [...]
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 the UK’s singles chart, will play a very special gig in St George’s Hall on Monday 26 August. The band is playing select venues [...]
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 programme in Williamson Square will run 12.30pm-6pm from Thursday to Saturday from August 8 to August 31, including Bank Holiday Monday, August 26. [...]