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Women's Theatre - The 2nd Actor takes the lead (on till 31 March)
Tue 31 March
Wed 1 April
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Sun 5 April
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Wed 15 April
Thu 16 April
Benefit - a play by Sarah Woods, produced by Cardboard Citizens(on till Fri 17 Apr)
Sat 18 April
Sat 25 April
Sun 26 April
Wed 29 April
Thu 14 May
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Courses for Adults ˜Women's Theatre“ The 2nd Actor Takes The Lead (C3836669) Workers Educational Association Course Description: The course will provide an overview of women in theatre from a historical perspective. Explore roles and themes relevant to group through devising and extracts from classical pieces focusing on women as main characters and challenging traditional and historical views of women in the arts. The workshops would look at the selected works of Franca Rame. Theatre practitioner Joan Littlewood and the play Medea. Optional - This course aims to culminate in a devised performance piece Location: The Casa, 29 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ Starts: Tuesday 13th January 2015 Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm Duration: 11 sessions Full fee: £36.30 or FREE based on selected means tested benefits (proof must be supplied.) Tutor: Mikyla Jane Durkan Online enrolment is now available or call the Liverpool office 0151 243 5340 to book a place.
Mindfulness and Meditation Every Tuesday @ 4pm Come over and chill £5 per person
Our ongoing weekly workshops are open to all. We share skills, try out new ideas, and most of all have fun!
7 pm till 9pm - 13a Hope Street,Liverpool City Centre (the entrance is from the back, via Arrad St)
Liverpool Holistic Circle is a forum for sharing and increasing knowledge of all things holistic.
Our members are of all ages and the book group is open to all LGBT women who love to read, wherever you sit on the rainbow. Discussions are friendly and informal. We meet on the last Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm in Dr Duncan's Pub (St. John's Lane, L1 1HF)in Liverpool City Centre. If you like chatting about books and want to meet new people, come along and join us! Check out our website to see what we're reading this month or find us on Facebook.
Monthly meeting of Liverpool Friends of Palestine. (Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month.) All welcome.
Meditation Drop-in Classes Every Thursday When we meditate we learn to be aware in the present moment and to develop positive feelings. Over time, mindfulness meditation can bring about a gentle but radical transformation. The classes are suitable for all levels of experience and are accessible to newcomers who will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of meditation. No need to book just arrive a few minutes in advance to allow time to settle your thoughts before we begin the meditation. A donation of £6 (concessions £3)is suggested for the evening See our Facebook page liverpoolbuddhistcentre
Discover more about mindfulness and how it can help you. Mindfulness class EVERY THURSDAY EVENING at The Florrie. Providing support for beginners and more experienced practitioners. Facilitated by Paul Thomas, a Buddhist in the Tibetan Kagyu tradition and community education worker with 20 years experience of mindfulness and meditation. (Although Paul is a Buddhist the classes are entirely secular and open to everyone, of any faith or none.)
Liverpool Friends of Palestine will be holding their monthly vigil on the steps of St Luke's Church (the bombed -out church at the top of Bold Street). Vigils held on the first Saturday of every month.
Classical Easter Concert by award winning singers and pianists to raise funds for the Christian Fellowship School Liverpool
FOR FOLK SAKE is a monthly showcase of wonderful local folk and acoustic acts. The event is on the first Sunday of every month and is absolutely free.
Come Strut Your Stuff - open floor poetry and acoustic music on the first Monday of every month at the Egg Cafe! (or on second Monday of the month when the first Monday clashes with a Bank Holiday).
Friendly, informal meeting of Liverpool's local Friends of the Earth group. Past campaigns have included local regeneration, climate change and transport. Open to all!
6.30pm till 8pm - DoES Liverpool, Unit 3, Floor 4, Gostins Building, 32-36 Hanover Street, Liverpool - location map
Three interwoven stories unlock the frustrations and passions of characters struggling with their bank balances, their histories and their own sense of self. This production uses forum theatre, a type of interactive theatre which empowers the audience to change the action of the play. You will have the opportunity to debate, disagree and even participate in the show. Cardboard Citizens is one of the worldâ€™s leading practitioners of forum theatre, bringing together diverse audiences in a variety of contexts. The Company has been making life-changing theatre with homeless and marginalised people for over twenty years.
7.30pm - Lantern Theatre - location map
Burjesta Theatre presents â€˜Medeaâ€™ â€¦.a midnight mind and a sunless soul The most shocking play from the Classical Greek Age from the pen of â€˜that most tragic of tragediansâ€™ - Euripides. Written in 431BC, Medea is a truly subversive play which has shocked and divided audiences for the last 2, 500 years. Medea, lover of Jason â€“ of the Argonauts fame â€“ has been abandoned by him for the Kingâ€™s daughter and now faces exile for herself and her two young sons. But whosoever thinks Medea will passively accept her fate is dangerously mistaken. Watch her, as she schemes to make just what is unjust, watch her as her mind creates an unimaginably terrible revenge. A cast of 16 - Featuring an eight-strong all-women Greek Chorus And two child actors in An original adaptation by the poet and writer, Jonathon Bibby. St Lukeâ€™s Bombed Out Church, Leece Street, Liverpool, L1 2TR Saturday 18th April, Matinee â€“ 2pm; Evening Show â€“ 7pm Ticket Price Â£3 â€“ Reserve tickets at - skiddle.com Or pay on the door Find us on Facebook at â€˜Burjesta Liverpoolâ€™ or â€˜Burjesta Theatreâ€™ Twitter - #burjesta
Whether you're looking to clear some clutter or looking for a bargain, why not pay SARA's monthly table sale a visit. We hold a sale at 10am on the third Saturday of every month except December and our tables are only Â£7 (must be booked in advance). Admission is 20p and refreshments are available all morning. There's always a great mix of items for sale from bric-a-brac, jewellery and clothes to DVDs, music and toys. SARA's own stall is in aid of Liverpool based children's charity KIND.
Burjesta Theatre presents â€˜Medeaâ€™ â€¦.a midnight mind and a sunless soul The most shocking play from the Classical Greek Age from the pen of â€˜that most tragic of tragediansâ€™ - Euripides. Written in 431BC, Medea is a truly subversive play which has shocked and divided audiences for the last 2, 500 years. Medea, lover of Jason â€“ of the Argonauts fame â€“ has been abandoned by him for the Kingâ€™s daughter and now faces exile for herself and her two young sons. But whosoever thinks Medea will passively accept her fate is dangerously mistaken. Watch her, as she schemes to make just what is unjust, watch her as her mind creates an unimaginably terrible revenge. A cast of 16 - Featuring an eight-strong all-women Greek Chorus And two child actors in An original adaptation by the poet and writer, Jonathon Bibby. Unity Theatre, 1 Hope Place, Liverpool, L1 9BG Saturday 25th April, 8pm Ticket Price - Â£10/Â£8 Reserve Tickets at unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk or 0151 709 4988 Find us on Facebook at â€˜Burjesta Liverpoolâ€™ or â€˜Burjesta Theatreâ€™ Twitter - #burjesta
a night of uplifting music in aid of the Pashupati Animal sanctuary. a place where animals can live without the threat of abuse, neglect or consumption. it is raising awareness of animal protection and welfare.
We are a group of lesbian women who meet on the last Wednesday of each month in Lancashire, the venue varies. You can get further information about the group and the books we read by visiting our web site.
6.45pm - please email Gloria@lancashirewomensbookgroup for further information
This start -up Event will feature a talk from our own Social Enterprise Expert Janine Hyland, who will demystify some of the jargon about Social enterprise, CIC's and not for profit Organisations & give some valuable tips about how to start up a Social Enterprise