Liverpool Biennial, a free festival of contemporary art with something for visitors of all ages, will mark its 20th anniversary this year with the 10th edition under the title Beautiful world, where are you?, running from 14 July – 28 October 2018.
Murder Inn is set in New England, at the Barnsley Inn, a dilapidated eighteenth century inn, which is supposedly haunted by Marco, a knife-throwing poltergeist. A group of tourists, on a tour-Ghosts and Ghouls of New England-is forced, by a storm, to make an unscheduled stop at the Barnsley.
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
Through the absorption of the divine power, many people are experiencing the healing of illnesses and pain, that have been declared as "incurable" by the medical profession.
Friends Meeting House, George Fox Room(3rd Floor), 22 School Lane, Liverpool
Vintage Fair offering Vintage Clothing - men and womens - vinyl - accessories, jewellery and homeware. A great choice of drinks and food available from the Shipping Forecast - ’Make us your regular vintage Shop’
Conductor Edward Peak and Orchestra dell’Arte continue their journey through the world of music with their next concert in their fourth series as Orchestra-in-Residence at the magnificent St George’s Hall in Liverpool.
Liverpool has been awarded the honour UNESCO Creative City of Music.
There is always a delicious selection of homemade cakes and bakes to tempt you, along with tea, coffee and drinks for children. You will find items for sale, including Good-as-New/Gifts, Bottle Tombola, Toys, and Books together with CDs/DVDs all a bargain prices. As well as refreshments, a raffle and much much more.
St Paul with St Luke’s Church, Old Chester Rd, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead, Wirral
This walking tour explores the distinctive architecture of the buildings in and around Rodney Street. Explore this stunning part of Liverpool with one of our experienced volunteers. Booking Essential. Phone: 0151 709 6261.
This exciting walking tour begins with a look at some of Hardman’s photographs in the Exhibition Room at his home and studio in Rodney St, followed by a visit to buildings photographed by Hardman to learn about their architecture and history. Booking Essential. Phone: 0151 709 6261.
This tour will focus on Margaret’s life before working at the Photographic Studio and the early years of her marriage to Edward. Discover more about this fascinating woman who had a skill for business which drove the studio to success. Booking Essential. Phone: 0151 709 6261.
In this workshop you’ll use songs and games to help your child develop their musicianship and creativity. Children will lead the music making, with you responding and ‘tuning in’ to the sounds.
Suggested age: 18-36 months. For workshops for children of other ages, please click here.
In this workshop, your child will explore pitch and rhythm, using songs and activities to help them develop their creativity. They will also explore percussion instruments and learn about instruments of the Orchestra.
Suggested age: 3-5 years.
conductorKevin Field - presenterAlasdair Malloy -
Ahoy there, me hearties! Join Cap’n Alasdair Malloy and the cut-throat crew of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra as we hoist the Jolly Roger and set sail on a seafaring, swashbuckling, properly piratical adventure – in music!
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Liverpool Philharmonic Hope Street Liverpool
Faure - Requiem
Poulenc - Gloria
Durufle - Quatre Motets
Join Birkenhead Choral Society for an evening of contrasting French music, in the company of Soprano Soloist Jocelyn Somerville.
(Date for your diary - Handel’s ’Messiah’ with soloists and orchestra Saturday 3rd November)
Tony Wendice has married his wife, Margot, for her money and now plans to murder her for the same reason. He arranges the perfect murder and blackmails an old acquaintance into strangling her and arranges a brilliant alibi for himself.
The Gladstone Theatre, Greendale Road. Port Sunlight, Wirral
A multi-interest and surprising suburban garden. Both front and rear gardens incorporate innovative features designed for climbing and rambling roses, clematis, under-planted with cottage garden plants with a very productive kitchen garden.
Dive into the fantasy fun of creating your own enchanted fairy doors locket. Work on your own design as we guide you through the basic construction techniques to build your door and frame, then design and create what lies beyond the doors. Is it a secret garden or a hidden message?
The Beadshop Liverpool, Scouts Hut, Ambergate Road, Garston, Liverpool
An all indoor market with stalls selling a variety of produce from farms and other traders located in Lancashire, Cheshire, Cumbria, Wales and elsewhere. Disabled access throughout, disabled toilets, café, on-site free parking.
Old Christ Church, Waterloo Road, Waterloo, Liverpool, Merseyside.
Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festival..
June 15th & 16th 2018
Gin Festival with over 80 Gins & now introducing Rum
Enjoy an evening of sampling some of the best Gin’s served with a variety of Fever Tree Tonics and Garnish in your very own Gin Glass at the Fabulous Queen Anne Suite at Croxteth Country Hall,...
Race for Life brings millions of women together to support our life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
So which event is for you?
A 5k is great for all ages. Run, jog or walk the only thing that matters is that you’re part of it.
A free monthly way-marked 10K run around Speke Hall estate. A chance to enjoy traffic free routes, great views and have a great training opportunity. Join us for Trust10 which is held on fourth Sunday of each month. You can run on your own or with running friends or family.
This evening lecture will be delivered by Dr. Matt Foley, Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature at Manchester Metropolitan University, as part of our partnership series. Your ticket includes a warming meal in the Home Farm restaurant.
Garden developed over last 4 to 5 years and now looking mature. Mixed herbaceous and shrub borders, with some choice small trees all set in fully stocked sinuous borders. In June, peaonies and roses come to the fore, but there are plenty of other genus, too.
Willaston Grange returns after opening for the first time last year. The gardens extend to almost 6 acres with a small lake, wide range of mature and rare trees, herbaceous borders, woodland and vegetable gardens, orchard and magical tree house.
The garden is surrounded by mature trees. Spring borders with camellias and rhododendrons, followed by herbaceous borders offering colour and variety of planting. The borders provide fragrance with roses climbing up obelisks. A tender plant area and fern bed sit amongst the cottage garden plants.
A profusion of plants within a small suburban garden, cottage style planting, shrubs, climbers, perennials and containers brimming with hostas, acers and much more. Rose bed, wisteria covered pergola and fishpond. The garden is planted to attract butterflies and bees.
Join us on the dunes at Lifeboat Road to look out for marine mammals. Bring binoculars and scopes if you have them, we will have a limited number to loan. All ages are welcome. Free event. Booking Essential. Phone: to leave a message 01704 878591. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Dip into the fascinating story of Formby’s prehistoric footprints and search for traces on the foreshore with your younger friends and family. Ideal for 8 to 12 year olds. Booking online is essential. Booking Essential. Phone: on-line. Children of all ages welcome, accompanied by an adult.
Discover the fascinating story of Formby’s prehistoric footprints and search for traces on the foreshore with one of our archaeology experts. Booking Essential. Phone: to leave a message 01704 878591. Children aged 12 and over welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Explore the shore, from shells to shark eggs, with a beach hunt along the sandy Sefton Coast. Collect amazing treasures washed up and decorate your own sand castle... Booking Essential. Phone: to leave a message 01704 878591. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Explore the sands and shallows at low tide to identify the organisms that thrive in this richly diverse habitat. Thanks to Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Marine Officer who will bring her expertise to this partnership event. Ideal for over 18 to 80 year olds.
Booking essential. Booking Essential.
Ellesmere Port Civic Hall plays host to Manford’s Comedy Club.
This live comedy show features four brilliant comedians from around the UK, personally selected by Jason Manford.
A great evening of original stand-up comedy with some top names from the UK touring circuit.
Burton is a medieval village built on sandstone overlooking the Dee estuary. Three gardens are open. Trustwood is a country wildlife garden with fruit, flowers and vegetables in raised beds at the front; at the back a more formal garden blends into the wood where the hens live.