Cost: FREE In-Person. - - - About: An “alternative museum” of artworks that use science and technology to question our past and offer new ways of understanding who we are and where we belong.
Cost: FREE In-Person. - - - About: An exciting exhibition at Open Eye Gallery celebrating and reflecting upon a series of socially engaged projects developed across the North West.
Old Dock Tour
Cost: £6.50 For Students, In-Person. - - - About: Discover the origin of Liverpool's fortune, buried underneath Liverpool ONE. Revealed during excavations on the site in 2001, the story of the world's first commercial enclosed wet dock is explored on this guided tour. You will discover how a brave idea and an innovative feat of engineering shaped Liverpool's destiny forever.
Culture HQ, Runcorn
Cost: FREE In-Person. - - - About: Culture HQ with GLOW worked with a writer and illustrator to explore themes around LGBTQIA+ history using the illustrations and words created from workshops you can experience the story of GLOW in this exhibition.
Liverpool Literary Festival
Cost: Various Prices, In-Person. - - - About: A fascinating festival exploring writing from every angel with an exciting variety of literary names.
My White Best Friend At The Everyman
Cost: Tickets From £12.00, In-Person. - - - About: An unusual theatre piece exploring a series of personal letters by writers of colour from Liverpool and the personal and political of the things we don’t dare say.
Liverpool Irish Festival
Cost: Various Prices, In-Person. - - - About: Taking a representational voice for the Irish in Britain -and sharing Irish culture as widely as possible- the Festival is a celebration of Irish creativity, influence and connectivity.
Cost: Various Prices, In-Person. - - - About: The UK’s longest running LGBTQIA arts and culture festival returns to Liverpool!