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Here's 3 ways to get your cultural fix in June

Join our Peer Support Volunteer Corinne and fellow Culture Vultures to visit a trio of events held at our local museums, heritage centres and theatres.


'Culture Vultures' are a friendly bunch who support each other to attend the many wonderful cultural events held in our fabulous city. We're sure they'll make you feel very welcome! Open to anyone currently a member of PSS Wellbeing Centres


Thursday 9th June at 11.00 am

A tour of The Garstang Museum of Archaeology

Abercrombie Square Liverpool x 10 Free Tickets


The Garstang Museum is the University of Liverpool's museum of archaeology, founded in 1904. Their collections include artefacts excavated from Egypt, Sudan and the Near East with highlights including our exceptional Nubian collection and the Egyptian mummy at the heart of our Egyptian Afterlife gallery.


Wednesday 22nd June at 11.00 am

The History of New Brighton

New Brighton Heritage Centre

Meeting at 10.00 am at Central Station x 10 Free tickets

New Brighton Heritage Centre is a great starting point to explore the lovely little seaside resort of New Brighton. Housed in St James Church ,its a very evocative looking church ,very photogenic. Learn about the history of New Brighton from it's knowledgeable staff and volunteers


Wednesday 29th June at 7.30pm

One Man Two Guvnors

Liverpool Playhouse x 10 tickets at £5 each.

To secure your place please pay in person at any of the Wellbeing Centres by the 14th June. Places cannot be reserved.


It’s 1963 and Francis Henshall has just been fired from his skiffle band. In search of food and romance, he soon finds himself juggling not one but two new jobs. What Francis doesn’t know is that his first guvnor, small time crook Roscoe Crabbe, is actually Roscoe’s twin sister Rachel, in disguise as her dead brother, who was killed by her boyfriend, Stanley Stubbers. To complicate matters further, Francis’ second boss is none other than Stanley Stubbers, on the run and desperate to be reunited with Rachel. All Francis needs to do is keep his two guvnors apart. What follows is a hilarious mix of slapstick, farce and live music. This side-splittingly funny, brand new production is not to be missed.

Enjoy!


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