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Some of the latest opportunities from Liverpool's wellbeing and creative communities.



 

The queer circle is where the LGBTQIA+mmunity can come together in a sacred space and practice developing compassion when we listen to one another. Each circle connects us to the Earth, all sentient beings, and a collective human consciousness. In these transformative times of global conflict and economic uncertainty, the queer circle is needed more than ever. When queer souls gather in a circle and make a commitment to each other to be in a circle with a spiritual center, they become a vessel for healing and transformation for themselves, their families, future generations and the world.


In the circle, queer souls learn how to find balance within themselves through self-awareness of their own healing process. Healing Circles assist queer souls to understand the past and help them to recognize their strengths. The queer Healing Circles provide a space for cultural activities to in a supportive environment that is culturally safe. The Circles focus on the decolonisation of the body, mind and spirit and use the medicine wheel: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of being, as a tool of self-discovery, empowerment and healing.


A Queer Healing Circle including yoga, reiki, sound healing,movement & meditation and a discussion space where Queer people can find healing and community together in a safe, sober space. Led by Jake & Moon.

 

Open Mic Night

Hot Water Comedy Club Hardman Street in Liverpool Monday 16th January 2023 7:00pm til 9:00pm (Last entry 6:00pm) Minimum Age: 18 A weekly comedy night where the acts who sign up, go up!

Free but get tickets here:

https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/Hot-Water-Comedy-Club---Hardman-Street/Open-Mic-Night/36231966/?sktag=13086&skcampaign=ae_eventpage



 

Ignite Liverpool - The Gathering - #46


Wed Jan 18 2023 at 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Leaf Cafe, 65-67 Bold Street, Liverpool

Ignite showcases Liverpool's movers and shakers, creators, thinkers, tinkers, innovators and doers, makers and dreamers in a fast paced format designed to inspire.

Do you want to be inspired? Do you need to get your creative juices flowing?

Then Ignite Liverpool is just for you.

Doors Open: 6pm

Talks Start: 7pm

Can't make it? Never fear.

If you can't make it then we always live stream the evenings events so you can watch at home just reserve a Watch the Live Stream ticket and we'll remind you.

Watch our documentary to

Find out more at http://igniteliverpool.com or on twitter: @igniteliv and remember to use the #igniteliv hashtag on the night

What can you do with 20 slides in Five minutes?

We're always looking out for Thinkers, Doers, Makers, Dreamers, Creators and movers and shakers who can inspire the community. Can you capture a room and inspire an audience? Submit an idea and we'll get back to you.

FAQs

What time do the Talks start?

The talks start at 7pm. We open the doors early so everyone can get settled before hand.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Leaf is easily accessible by public Transport, the 32, 82, 80 and 86 stop just at the top of Bold Street. Central station is at the bottom of Bold Street and has trains to many parts of Liverpool and the Wirral.

With Bold Street still closed to traffic you might be able to use the NCP Liverpool Central Village Car Park

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

please email - admin at Igniteliverpool.com

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

NO - but you can if you want.

Where can I buy food?

There is a fine selection of food available from Leaf up till 9pm at night.

 


 

An evening with Charlotte Vassell

Wed Jan 25 2023 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Waterstones, 12 College Lane, Liverpool

Join us for a wonderful evening with author Charlotte Vassell as we hear all about her incredible debut novel, The Other Half. The evening will be in-conversation with local author SE Moorhead. The Other Half Ever since being dumped by his beautiful French girlfriend, Detective Caius Beauchamp has been on a self-improvement spree. He's taken up YouTube yoga; he's been eating quinoa; hes finally reading all the books he couldn't be bothered with at school. He's even spending his Sunday morning jogging in Hampstead Heath. Which is exactly how he stumbles upon the body... The investigation plunges Caius into a world of triple-barrelled surnames, Classics degrees and baronetcies that couldn't be further from his comfort zone. Caius isn't easily intimidated, but this case could just be bigger - and full of more trap doors - than the main suspect's country house. Can he uncover the truth before anyone else's life is put at risk? "A scintillating debut which shifts effortlessly from the sacred to the profane by combining a cast of compulsively ghastly characters, a truly engaging cop, Ancient Greek, Instagram, a corpse on the Heath and a butler in McDonald's" - Harriet Tyce, author of Blood Orange

"Donna Tartt for the North London glitterati - sharp, funny writing meets tight plotting in a unique, new voice" - Ajay Chowdhury, author of The Waiter and the Cook "An incredible crime debut. The Other Half is the love child of Evelyn Waugh and Susie Steiner, I devoured it. Gripping, funny, enraging and incisive." - Erin Kelly, author of He Said, She Said, and The Skeleton Key "Imagine A Handful of Dust meets The Great Gatsby on a Northern Line tube to Kentish Town. That's The Other Half by Charlotte Vassell, a crime thriller as sharp, witty and energetic as it is bitingly satirical" - Janice Hallett, author of The Appeal and The Twyford Code "The Other Half is an incredibly accomplished debut - the writing is pin-sharp and skewers class and pretension with hilarious precision... Vassell is a unique and much-needed voice in crime fiction, and sure to be a new favourite for many!" - Cailean Steed, author of Hom Charlotte Vassell studied history at the University of Liverpool and completed a masters in art history at the school of Oriental and African Studies, before training as an actor at Drama School London. Other than treading the boards, Charlotte has also worked in advertising, as a headhunter and as a purveyor of silk top hats.

Get tickets here (£4):

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-charlotte-vassell-liverpool-tickets-477259294397?aff=ALLEVENTS

 

More opportunities coming soon!






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