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Invisible Wind Factory

Blown Away in Liverpool: From Kazimier to Invisible Wind Factory

June 1, 2016 Comments Off on Blown Away in Liverpool: From Kazimier to Invisible Wind Factory

There really was nowhere quite like the Kazimier.

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CAU and Town Hall

Review: CAU, Liverpool

May 21, 2016 Comments Off on Review: CAU, Liverpool

If location location location counts as much for restaurants as it does for homes, then the Liverpool branch of CAU  – the Argentinian-inspired steak-focused chain – should have TV’s Phil Spencer and Kirsty Allsopp fist-bumping and gyrating with delight.

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The Possible Impossible House

Review: The Possible Impossible House, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

April 15, 2016 Comments Off on Review: The Possible Impossible House, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Here’s a secret I never thought I’d share.

I’m just not that into Alice in Wonderland.

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Liverpool Lambs

Review: Liverpool Lambs, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

April 6, 2016 Comments Off on Review: Liverpool Lambs, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Like many residents of Liverpool, I’m proud of my Irish heritage.

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Liverpool Lambs: Untold Stories From the Easter Rising

March 28, 2016 Comments Off on Liverpool Lambs: Untold Stories From the Easter Rising

One hundred years ago, almost every family in Britain knew the heartache of waving men off to battle.

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Review: Kite, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

March 17, 2016 Comments Off on Review: Kite, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Kids can be an ungrateful bunch can’t they?

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Curly played by Tomos Eames and Chewy played by Taylor Jay-Davies. Photo by Polly Thomas

Review: Land of Our Fathers, Liverpool Playhouse Studio

March 3, 2016 Comments Off on Review: Land of Our Fathers, Liverpool Playhouse Studio

These days, grime is a music genre, the sound of urban Britain. But back in 1979 it had no such cultural connotations.

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Review: I Am Thomas, Liverpool Playhouse

February 25, 2016 2 Comments

In the week that my jaw plummeted in a southerly direction due to unexpected use of the phrase “zipless fuck” on Radio 4 – at 10.45am no less – you might think there’s nowhere left for transgressive discourse to go.

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Brew North: A Night Out by the Mad Hatter Brewing Company

February 13, 2016 Comments Off on Brew North: A Night Out by the Mad Hatter Brewing Company

I’ve been meaning to do this for a while now. Drink a beer and write about it I mean. But time and again, as sip followed sip, I found that the bottle was sunk well before I was ever able to reach for my pen.

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Broke n Beat Collective

The Broke ‘n’ Beat Collective: we talk to director Keith Saha

February 2, 2016 Comments Off on The Broke ‘n’ Beat Collective: we talk to director Keith Saha

Where do stories start?

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