Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool
Cult movie screening, ‘Beyond These Rooms’ arrives & free crafts
Curated by Natasha Young
Cult movie screening to celebrate life at art school
Catch the 1961 cult movie ‘A Taste of Honey’, directed by Tony Richardson, tonight (18 January) as Empty Spaces Cinema and Bluecoat join forces to host a ticketed screening.
The Salford-set film will be introduced in Bluecoat’s gallery at 6.30pm and shown in the performance space at 7pm, as part of a programme of events around the venue’s ‘The Art Schools of North West England’ exhibition.
‘Beyond These Rooms’ is underway at Tate Liverpool
Learn more about the tragic events that took place on Dublin’s North King Street during the Easter Rising in 1916, as ANU Productions and CoisCéim Dance Theatre’s living archive has arrived at Tate Liverpool.
Running until 9 February with scheduled screenings, live performances and a symposium along the way, the showcase uses artefacts, imagery, video and deeply personal accounts to tell the story of 15 civilian men who were killed in house-to-house raids by British soldiers.
Crafty fun to beat the January blues
Sudley House visitors aged five and upwards can enjoy free hands-on activities this Saturday (19 January) as the Mossley Hill museum hosts a winter craft session.
Make your own snowflake wand during the drop-in event, which takes place from 1pm and there’s no need to book a place.