Kazimier, Liverpool Pride, Africa Oyé and Milapfest leading Feast of Fire finale

Popular cultural organisations including Kazimier Productions, Africa Oyé and Liverpool Pride will turn up the heat at Feast of Fire this weekend.As the four-day Easter weekend brings Walk the Plank’s attraction at St John’s Gardens to a close, the organisers are promising more memorable spectacles.Leading Indian arts trust Milapfest will ... Read More...

Council proposes new charges for events in Liverpool’s parks and public spaces

Organisers of commercial and charitable events could face new charges for the use of Liverpool’s parks and public spaces.Liverpool City Council cabinet members will consider introducing the policy and rates, which the local authority says would “help safeguard parks from the potential impacts of future cuts to the council’s budget”.If ... Read More...

What’s on in Liverpool: Event listings for 16 – 29 June 2017

What’s on in Liverpool Event listings for 16 – 29 June 2017 16-18 June Liverpool Hope International Tennis Tournament Liverpool Cricket Club Catch the remaining three days of the largest tennis exhibition event in Europe, with Marcus Willis, Ana Bogdan and Guillermo Canas among the stars set to hit the court.17 June Summer Arts Market Liverpool Cathedral The North West’s biggest arts, crafts ... Read More...

Children to learn from Africa Oye musician

Schools and youth organisations across Merseyside will be part of Liverpool’s festival season this year thanks to a new participation project.Children will be taught about the music and culture of Madagascar when Africa Oye tours the region with musician Haja, from the African island’s band HAJAmadagascar & the Groovy People.Africa Oye's ... Read More...

Liverpool recognised as UNESCO City of Music

Liverpool has been declared a City of Music, joining the select few destinations across the globe to attain the title.UNESCO, which awarded Liverpool ‘World Heritage Site’ status in 2004, has recognised the city’s musical offering which has given the world the likes of The Beatles and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (RLPO), confirming ... Read More...

Africa Oyé 2015 after parties announced

Africa Oyé after parties will be held at The Magnet, The Kazimier Garden, 24 Kitchen Street and Envi, organisers have announced.The celebration of African music, food and drink and culture takes place in Sefton Park on 20-21 June and several after parties have been announced once the main festival has ... Read More...