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The LCR Pride Foundation has revealed its annual theme for 2021/22 as “From Now On” – set to be the most activism and community-focused theme since the organisation’s establishment in 2019. It highlights the challenges still faced by the LGBT+

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Wages of Blood is a ten-minute short documentary about Liverpool-based heavyweight boxer, David Price, filmed by Liverpool based company, Shut Out The Light, founded by Christie Allanson and Daniel Draper.

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‘In September 1995, 500 Mersey Dock and Harbour workers were sacked for not crossing a picket line set up by sacked Dockers from a small stevedore firm called Torside. They were then in dispute for two and a half years.

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Britain’s longest-running community newspaper is about to reach an incredible milestone. That’s right, Scottie Press is turning 50!

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Tate Liverpool presents the first, solo exhibition in Europe by NY-based artist Aliza Nisenbaum (b. 1977, Mexico). Bringing together new and existing work, the exhibition opened on December 2020 and will run to 27 June 2021. At its centre will

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Every now and then a book comes along that hits me right between the eyes and I’ve got to tell everyone I know about it. Much to my delight I’ve not had ONE person come back to me and say

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A community project is aiming to bring change in Everton Park, including reopening and restoring a hidden nature reserve. Kevin Robinson-Hale, the founder of Everton Together, says the Nature Garden located near Roscommon Street should be brought back to its

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Leading us into the winter period of the exhibition calendar, L— A City Through Its People brings together three distinct archives that share unique approaches and perspectives in telling a story about Liverpool, its people, and the ideals that lend

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Landscape and local culture often influence the work of writers. And for Roy, a spoken word artist from Walton, it is North Liverpool that inspires the gritty narratives created in his stories.

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