FACT’s December Studio/Lab social is a chance to get together with other creatives for a festive celebration! Join them for free food and drinks, as well as some tech-based party games.
Studio/Lab socials are a great way to meet other North-West based creatives and discover what Studio/Lab – a new space dedicated to artist development and experimentation – can offer you!
Ahead of opening to members in early 2024, these monthly socials invite you to come and check out the space, plus chat to their team about upcoming opportunities and ways to get involved.
Join Arts for Peace for a show of Solidarity and Support in Liverpool City Centre on United Nations International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
6 – 6:30pm: Starting at the top of Bold Street for a Silent Walk/Peace Lanterns Vigil.
6:30 – 7pm: Poetry and spoken word performance at the end point at Derby Square.
Free event with all donations to Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP)
Memory walks are dementia-friendly guided visits in the Museum of Liverpool, which connect people through conversations about Liverpool’s past.
On a memory walk you can explore Liverpool icons like the Overhead Railway, known as the dockers’ umbrella, Blackie the rocking horse, or the Colomendy totem pole. Bring a friend or loved one to share memories with, and create some new ones together.
Each walk is led by a friendly member of their dementia awareness trained team, who will use the displays within the Museum of Liverpool to start conversations and help you reminisce about life in the city.
Memory walks last about one hour and can accommodate up to 20 people. For groups larger than 4 people please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a private date with our team.
The Museum of Liverpool is fully accessible and they welcome visitors who use wheelchairs or other mobility aids to join their memory walks. Please visit our access page for further information to help prepare for your visit.
Tickets are free and need to be booked in advance. Please let them know if you have booked but can no longer attend so that someone else can have your ticket.
The times of memory walks varies as follows:
- 24 November at 11am
- 26 January at 2pm
- 23 February at 11am
- 26 April at 2pm
Meet Snowy, Twinkle, Tinsel and Sue – Chief Nice List Checkers from the North Pole. They have travelled far and wide preparing for Santa’s Nice List ready for the big day; have you been good this year?
From Saturday 25th November, you can find them in St Johns Shopping Centre every Saturday & Sunday between 12-4pm where you can snap a selfie with an Elfie, add your name to the nice list and receive official elf certification to take away.
Elfie Selfie at St Johns Shopping Centre is a Paperwork Theatre production in partnership with Open Culture. Supported by Liverpool BID Company and St Johns Shopping Centre.
Dates & times
25th & 26th November
2nd & 3rd December
9th & 10th December
16th & 17th December
12-4pm every Saturday & Sunday till 17th December 2023
Join Liverpool ONE on Friday 17 November from 4-8pm for Liverpool ONE Christmas LIVE! An evening full of music, singing, dancing and festive magic as they launch Christmas at Liverpool ONE.
Around 500 performers will help kick-start the festive season. The packed line-up includes the cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory from the Liverpool Empire; the cast from Wind in the Willows from Shakespeare North; and the cast of pantomimes Sleeping Beauty and Peter Pan at the M&S Bank Arena.
In addition to the pop-up pantos, joining the festivities for the first time are hundreds of local schoolchildren and community groups who will perform across multiple areas of Liverpool ONE to help spread some yuletide cheer.
And, making their return will of course be Santa himself with his singing elves, festive characters and plenty of choirs, ensuring everyone is in the Christmas spirit all night, plus Bar Hütte will be in full swing underneath Liverpool ONE’s Christmas tree on Chavasse Park.
The night will be hosted by some familiar faces, including Radio City’s Leanne Campbell and Alex Toal; Jay Hynd and Gemma Cutting from The Guide Liverpool; Lizzie Acker from Channel 4’s 2021 season of ‘The Great British Bake Off’; and Liverpool actress and comedian, Kay Nicholson.
Also launching this Friday will be a special Christmas Trail, offering youngsters the chance to discover Christmas decorations and festive characters hidden in shop windows.
Visitors can also expect to see the return of much-loved Christmas reindeer light installations throughout various locations, neon trees on Paradise Street, festive angel wings and plenty of twinkling Christmas lights and decorations across Liverpool ONE.
This is the perfect opportunity to get the whole family together to start getting into the Christmas spirit.
For further information about Liverpool ONE Christmas LIVE! and all things Christmas visit: www.liverpool-one.com/christmas-live
Join Museum of Liverpool for Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to remember those killed or who have taken their own lives because of transphobia.
During this special memorial event we will remember but also look forward to how we can better build a world inclusive to Trans and Non-Binary people.
Join them, leave a message of support, and help us build a world without transphobia.
Join Mencap for a pop up event that includes talks and creative activities as part of Disability History Month.
This event is unticketed and takes place in the Skyline gallery on the top floor of the museum.
Love Bombs launches at Quarry Liverpool on November 18th with seven hours of amazing house music.
They’ve got The Machine kicking things off early doors, with Odette coming all the way from Holland to spin her finest, and headlining they have none other than the legendary Phonique.
❤️💣 When? 9 pm ’til 4 am, 18/11/23
❤️💣 Where? The Quarry, Love Lane, Liverpool
❤️💣 Who? The Machine, Odette, Phonique, more TBC
❤️💣 Why? For Macmillan Cancer Support, all proceeds go directly to the charity.
❤️💣 How Much? Pay What You Can! Suggested donation of £10 (ALL PROCEEDS, NOT JUST PROFIT, GOES TO MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT).
Join them for an intimate house party in an awesome venue and get busy on the dancefloor in aid of charity.
This event is pay what you can. Nobody should be priced out of a few hours of escapism during a global economic crisis. We suggest a £10 minimum donation to Macmillan. Throw more in the hat if you can…
Phonique: Residing in Berlin, Phonique has been at the forefront of melodic house, deep tech, and tech house since the mid-90s. Not only is he joining for the debut Love Bombs event, but this is also Phonique’s debut in the city of Liverpool. Plus, he’s bringin’ a solid four hour extended set with him to really get things off to a bang.
Odette: Hailing from Holland, the Dutch Dynamo that is Odette will be supporting Phonique with her expert blend of pumping house to get everyone’s juices flowing and joints loosened up. They’ve had Odette before at House for the Homeless, and she is NOT TO BE MISSED.
The Machine: The Love Bombs resident will commence proceedings with some low-slung house to warm you up before the party really gets going…
March with Savera UK and Zonta International to raise awareness of ‘honour’-based abuse (HBA) and harmful practices, hear from survivors, enjoy drumming, dance and other performances, and learn about how you can join our mission.
The march follow’s 2022’s successful inaugural event, which saw hundreds of people engaged by the march, which was led by Movema’s Sankofa Bird. The bird is one of four birds from organisation’s ‘Taking Flight’ production, which have been inspired by their artists’ experiences of migration and informed by the refugee and asylum seeker communities with who they work.
This year the Sankofa Bird will be joined by Movema’s Liver Bird, representing Savera UK’s home city and British and Irish culture. Further details of speakers and performers will be announced in coming weeks.
If you have any questions about joining and participating in the march, please contact Nikki Croft-Girvan on email@example.com
Join World Museum for a planetarium show that can be enjoyed irrespective of level of vision.
All of the objects in space are represented with rich sounds as well as with incredible visuals. The audience can listen to the stars appear and hear the planets orbit around their heads.
NOTE This event runs on the last Saturday of every month