Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool
Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition, St Patrick’s Day & more
16-17 February | Curated by Natasha Young
Pinks, 1923, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Photo: © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums
Major Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition arrives
National Museums Liverpool’s latest landmark showcase has opened today (15 March), exploring the life and work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) and his contemporaries.
The ticketed ‘Making the Glasgow Style’ exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery presents objects which have never been displayed outside of Scotland as it features ceramics and embroidery to stained glass, metalwork and architectural drawings.
Enjoy a special St Patrick’s screening
Catch classic 1991 film ‘The Commitments’ on Sunday (17 March) as the landmark ‘Bombed Out Church’ provides a chance to enjoy the Irish hit.
The venue will also have a fully licenced bar in place as it hosts the St Patrick’s Day celebration.
Celebrations mark arrival of world’s biggest Lush store
The beauty brand, famous for its bath bombs, has opened its biggest ever store and spa on Church Street today (15 March).
There’s live music to mark the occasion, and a chance to explore its special features including a coffee kiosk, florist, hair lab and a perfume library.