Made on Merseyside

The breadth of items manufactured locally is huge - everything from washing machines to watches, bags to biscuits, tools to toys, frozen peas to funky tunes - so much has been “made on Merseyside”! This is a fascinating exhibition with a mix of local, social and design history, 23 September -

Shakespeare Schools Festival

Shakespeare Schools Foundation (SSF) transforms lives through the unique power of Shakespeare. In this, the 19th year of the festival, SSF celebrates a season of 'Infinite Variety' as young people of all ages and backgrounds discover the possibilities presented by Shakespeare in their school rehearsal room, culminating in thrilling nights

The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace

  In the approach to Armistice Day 2019, Liverpool Cathedral will stage the poignant yet powerful ‘The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace’. Written by Karl Jenkins, it pays homage to those who lost their lives in the Kosovan War. This work describes the build-up to war, the war itself and

Dirty Dancing (12A) – outdoor cinema

  Dirty Dancing with Summer Nights Summer Nights is a festival of outdoor film screenings in beautiful heritage locations throughout the summer. You are invited to Speke Hall on 15 September for Dirty Dancing. This performance will take place on the North Lawn. You can park in the main car park and

The Good Life Experience Festival

  If you’re looking for a festival that’s a little bit different The Good Life Experience be for you. Taking place each year at Hawarden Estate in Flintshire, North East Wales, it’s a relaxed, rural, nature-inspired event which celebrates all the outdoors has to offer. The brainchild of its curators, Welsh