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 Six Memos exhibition, netball champions compete and more Curated by Natasha Young ART |Acclaimed European showcase arrives in Liverpool Work by 20 established and up and coming European artists is on show in St George’s Hall’s The Bridge Gallery from today (11 January) as ‘Six Memos’ opens.Until ... Read More...

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool The Kazimier’s first Winter Ball, Santa’s Sing-Along for charity and more Curated by Natasha Young | GOING OUT |The Kazimier team hosts its inaugural Winter Ball Let today’s (14 December) Christmas Jumper Day set the tone for a fully festive weekend, which continues with The Kazimier’s first ... Read More...

Christmas countdown: Festive family fun in Liverpool

Christmas countdown: Festive family fun in Liverpool Get out and about in Liverpool to enjoy the countdown to Christmas – there’s something for everyone. Words by Natasha YoungSuper-sized Santa Where? Museum of LiverpoolWhat’s happening? Christmas 2018 marks the return of the famous Blackler’s giant Santa to the museum. The statue was formerly in the old ... Read More...

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool Rum and Gin Festival, pop-up cinema screening, last chance to catch painting showcase and more   FESTIVAL | Rum and Gin Festival arrives at landmark Toast the end of the summer in style as the UK’s Rum and Gin Festival tour stops off at Liverpool’s St George’s ... Read More...

City council looks set to keep Croxteth Hall

Croxteth Hall and Country Park looks set to remain under the control of Liverpool City Council despite undergoing a procurement process to find an external operator.The local authority has now announced it is to launch a new investment drive to transform the historic country house estate into a major tourist attraction.The council, ... Read More...