Half term fun at Liverpool Cathedral with Peace Doves installation

As many of us look forward to half term next week, families are invited to visit Liverpool Cathedral for a series of free events themed around the new Peace Doves art installation. The artwork, created by renowned sculptor and artist Peter Walker, features over 18,000 paper doves suspended from the roof of the

Flock into Liverpool Cathedral during February half term

The Liverpool Cathedral is set to host a new art project with internationally-renowned sculptor and artist Peter Walker during half term. ‘Peace Doves’ is a mass participation art project culminating in the creation of a beautiful large-scale art installation that will hang from 8 May to 31 May 2020 inside the

Liverpool Cathedral Sleepout 2020

The Liverpool Cathedral Sleepout is a fun and friendly event open to people of all ages. With storytelling, arts and crafts, as well as prizes for the best ‘den’ and best pyjamas. While there is lots of enjoyment for those involved, an important message is behind the event. The Liverpool Cathedral

Roseann Productions Presents Last Train to Auschwitz

Roseann Productions, in association with Jo Mac presents Last Train to Auschwitz. It will take you on a rollercoaster of emotions, a journey of love, hope and friendship, a journey you won’t forget or want to forget. Starring Bernie Foley (formerly Brookside) 29 - 30 April  The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport, PR8

Art Exhibition at The Kirkby Centre

A stunning art exhibition including Pissarro, Cézanne, Renoir, Morisot and Cassatt, best known for their colourful paintings of modern life and the landscape comes to Kirkby. The collection features over 30 etchings, lithographs aquatints and dry points grouped in three sections. 27 April - 11 July The Kirkby Centre, Norwich Way, Kirkby