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Do you like cooking, travelling, meeting people, discovering and getting to know new cultures and traditions? Then this could be the perfect experience for you!
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
Art and Craft Market The Old Police Station, Lark Lane, L17 8UU Saturday 22nd June, 2013 from 10am to 3pm FREE Entry â€“ Refreshments available All items are displayed on one ground floor level, with easy access for prams, buggies and wheelchairs. At this monthâ€™s event, yet again we've got a fantastic wealth of talented crafters and artists selling their items. There are ideal gifts for all occasions and among our fabulous array of textiles, jewellery, paintings, photography, bath/beauty products, cards, cakes, and lots more. Hand-made, high quality, affordable and local. Ideal gifts for all occasions www.calidadevents.co.uk
Today - and on the 4th Saturday of each month - Art and Craft Fair.
Monthly meeting organising development & use of the Liverpool Social Centre - anyone interested in being involved is welcome. The meeting is on the 4th Tuesday of every month. Entrance to the Liverpool Social Centre is next door to the bookshop, ring the bell labelled 'basement'.
Book group for LGBT women in Merseyside. We are a group of lesbian and gay women who loving reading. We meet the last Tuesday of each month. Although we try to read books of lesbian interest, this isn't exclusive and suggestions for new reading are always welcome. Discussions are friendly and informal. We tend to choose two books per month so you can read both, just one or neither. If you like chatting about books and want to meet new people, come along and join us. Visit our website or facebook page for details of this month's books.
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
Gregson Indoor Sunday Markets are held on the last Sunday of every Month. There is a huge mix of stalls from new, nearly new and handmade. Food and refreshments available from our onsite cafe.
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).
Monthly meeting of Liverpool Friends of Palestine. (Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month.) All welcome.
The students at Dunningsbridge Day Centre have been busy being creative. Come support them in raising funds for future projects. Refreshments available for a small charge.
A tale of...Industrial Pollutionâ€¦The Appropriation of Science for Profitâ€¦and the Continuing Battle to Rid the World of Asbestos and the Exploitation of Workers Worldwide. For one night only â€“ Thursday 4th July @ The Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ 7pm, Donations on the door for Merseyside Asbestos Victim Support Group This event is in association with Merseyside Asbestos Victim Support Group and leads into the ACTION MESOTHELIOMA DAY on Friday 5th July taking place at Liverpool Town Hall between 11am and 3pm and open to the public. The aim of the day is to raise awareness about Mesothelioma (a cancer caused by asbestos) and to raise much-needed funds for further research of Mesothelioma.
â€śa beautifully produced playâ€ť Nerve Magazine â€śa truly moving and educational performanceâ€ť Seba Rashii Culture Zine Based on the diaries and last testaments of Greek Women Resistance Fighters, from 1944 through to 1949. From fighting fascists in the towns and villages of Greece through to island concentration camps. This beautiful and harrowing play challenges perceptions of the Second World War and British involvement in Greece. Not for the faint hearted. Written by Darren Guy Directed by Mikyla Durkan
7.30pm - Unity Theatre, Back of Hope street
A commemorative day to raise much needed awareness about Mesothelioma (a cancer caused by Asbestos) and to raise money for research. This event is free and open to all members of the public. Program of Events: 11am Introduction and welcome from Civic Dignitaries 11.15am Lecture from Dr Chris Warburton - Clinical Director/Consultant Respiratory Physician at Aintree Chest Centre 12 Noon - Release of sponsored doves (subject to weather conditions) honouring victims of Mesothelioma 12.30 Performance by Burjesta Theatre on subject titled The Real Monsters Revealed 12.45 Refreshments and Stalls 1.30pm Lecture from Dr Daniel Sterman, Pulmonary Specialist, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, USA 2.15pm Lecture from Nurse Kay Kennedy - Lung Cancer Specialist at Arrowe Park Hospital 3pm Closing remarks and thanks from John Flanagan and Brian Delaway For more information regarding the day's events or to sponsor a dove contact Merseyside Asbestos Victims Support Group on 0151 236 1895 or email@example.com
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.
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.
An opportunity to bathe in the healing, resonant harmonics of the gong. For your own comfort please bring yoga mat/duvet/pillow or whatever you need to chillax. Tickets ÂŁ10
Literature in Pubs (LIPs) is a community book group searching for literary stimulation in the relaxing atmosphere of a cosy pub. Based in the Railway Pub in Liverpool city centre on the 3rd Monday of every month at 6pm-8pm. The aim is to provide an informal setting for people to come and discuss their ideas in relation to a piece of literature once a month. No literary background is required, just a passion for discussion. The group is very informal and there are no fees or obligations. Just turn up on the evening and discuss the book, all welcome. The book under discussion will be: 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning' by Alan Silitoe
Liverpool Young Everyman and Playhouse present an open air performance of "Wind in the Willows" - a family favourite with a bit of a twist.... Tickets ÂŁ6/ÂŁ4 Concessions
5pm & 7pm - Croxteth Country Park, Liverpool - location map
Off the Ground Theatre presents The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare â€śWe came into the world like brother and brother, And now let's go hand in hand, not one before another.â€ť Shakespeare's joyful comedy of mistaken identity follows the fortunes of two sets of identical twins, accidentally separated at birth, then miraculously thrown together again. In a town the size of Ephesus, events like these can only lead to confusion. This most farcical of comedies is a carnival of clowning and a laugh out loud treat for the whole family to enjoy. So bring a picnic, your friends and maybe even a bottle or two of wine and revel in the antics in Ephesus. â€śAnother triumph for Off the Ground â€“ the company never fails to unearth new, young talent.â€ť ***** The Public Reviews, Peter Pan (2012) Tickets ÂŁ12 adult, ÂŁ7 senior citizens, ÂŁ5 under 21â€™s For more information or tickets phone 0151 625 2929 or go to www.offtheground.co.uk
3 Course Meal with entertainment featuring well known LFC Author, John Keith, Ian Callaghan and Christopher Carline. Tickets ÂŁ35 per person.
LABL Fair on Saturday 19th October 2013 will be Liverpool's biggest ever ethical and healthy living event! We have 130 stalls, cookery demonstrations, film screenings, talks and a free prize draw on offer.