Africa Oyé 2019 – Gallery

Africa Oyé 2019 Words by Natasha Young | Images by Mark McNulty The 27th Africa Oyé festival took place in South Liverpool’s Sefton Park, bringing two-days of free music and entertainment. Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed a packed line-up celebrating African music and culture, with Jamaican legend Horace Andy among the headlining performers ... Read More...

Festival fashion: headline style for 2019

Festival fashion: headline style for 2019 Off to a summer festival? Lead the line-up when it comes to fashion. Curated by Natasha Young   Denim soft dungaree jumpsuit | £49.50, FatFace Hat | £8, Tu Clothing Marshall sandal | £45, Office Sporty crossbody belt bag | £19.99, Zara Rains Jacket in yellow | £75, Utility Art Library: It's Designer ... Read More...

Liverpool’s favourite cultural events returning in 2019: Africa Oyé and more…

Liverpool's favourite cultural events returning in 2019 Familiar cultural favourites are returning to Liverpool in 2019, bringing another helping of exciting line-ups and unique additions. Words by Natasha YoungOyé on the way with another bumper line-up Popular summer festival Africa Oyé will fill Sefton Park with the music and culture of Africa and ... Read More...

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool New arts and music festival gets underway, LFC legends take on Milan masters at Anfield & more 22-24 February | Curated by Lawrence SaundersMusic, theatre, dance and more at Angel Field Festival Organised by Liverpool Hope University, Angel Field Festival is a new international, combined arts ... Read More...

University of Liverpool to break ground on 400-seat music venue

The University of Liverpool is preparing to start work on a £20.5 million Arts and Humanities Centre featuring a 400-seat auditorium.It’s hoped the performance space will ‘sit alongside the UK’s leading concert venues, as well as complementing established city destinations such as the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall’.According to the university, ground ... Read More...

Cultural events generate more than £85 million for Liverpool economy

Cultural events in Liverpool generated more than £85 million for the local economy last year, it has been revealed.High profile happenings such as the Giants Spectacular, Bordeaux Wine Festival and Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) attracted more than 2.2m people to the city.The figures have been revealed as part of the ... Read More...

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool Street Orchestra Live, Veganuary and more Curated by Natasha Young MUSIC |Street Orchestra Live to pop up around the city The UK’s pop-up 40-strong Street Orchestra Live is in Liverpool for the first time and will be performing for free in public spaces around the city.They’ll play ... Read More...