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


We're posting early this time to let you know about another great opportunity from Kindred Minds.

Thursday, 26th January, 3-4pm in

Main Hall, Lee Valley Millennium Centre



Drama for Confidence workshops are supportive, safe and fun sessions where we explore some simple drama games and exercises in order to build on our confidence and self-esteem.

You will use your creativity and imagination to create simple scenes - and remember - when it comes to expressing your own unique imagination and creativity, there is no right and wrong, no judgement and no criticism. Everyone’s ideas are equally valid and supported.


Previous experience of drama work is not required

These sessions help participants to temporarily put aside the troubles of everyday life. We explore really fun drama exercises and there’s always lots of laughter! And the power of laughter helps enhance your confidence and wellbeing.

Sessions will start on

Thursday, 26th January, 3-4pm in

Main Hall, Lee Valley Millennium Centre

They will be led by Emma Bird, a local professional theatre practitioner and director


 

Poetry and Photo Walk - Sefton Park, Liverpool


We will walk round a planned route of Sefton Lark with stops to respond to poetry prompts and take accompanying photos.


This event will be a great uplift at the end of January for anyone, whether you’re a seasoned poet or if you’ve never written one before! Feel free to attend just to take photos and enjoy the walk and a chat. You will be given resources at the start of the walk with planned pauses and guided writing prompts, inspired by the nature and any memories you may have of the incredible Sefton Park. I am an English teacher with 13 years experience and a poet who regularly performs round Liverpool so I decided to combine these two areas of my life to create this event!



 

Liverpool Ultimate Soul & Motown Night

Jan 28, 2023 - Jan 29, 2023




Liverpool Naval Club in Liverpool

Saturday 28th January 2023

7:00pm til 2:00am (Last entry 1:00am)

Minimum Age: 18

Entry Fee: £6








 

Lantern Making Workshop


FACT Liverpool, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, Sun Feb 5 2023 at 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

FREE


In celebration of Lunar New Year, we are teaming up with the Liverpool East and South East Asian Network (LESEAN) to bring you a special programme of events and workshops. Join East and South East Asian (ESEA) artists and LESEAN members to hear more about Lunar New Year traditions, as we celebrate the Year of the Rabbit together. LESEAN invites you to learn the art of lantern making alongside your friends and family. Craft lanterns together, while reflecting on resolutions and hopes for the year ahead. This workshop is suitable for all ages and abilities. Discover the full programme of Lunar New Year celebrations here: fact.co.uk/lunar

 

Shanty Kings

Sun Feb 5, 2023 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm


Enjoy a fabulous performance by Museum of Liverpool regulars and old friends, the Liverpool Shanty Kings, who will be entertaining us singing English, Scottish and Irish folk tunes as well as classic sea shanties that powered British ships around the globe!






 

Arts for Health & Wellbeing Chinese New Year 2023

Mon Feb 6 2023 at 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Palm House Sefton Park

Chinese Wellbeing runs a varied and dynamic arts programme using innovative approaches to improve the wellbeing of our elders. As a small Charity, they are very excited to be celebrating their 33rd anniversary year and to be able to share a taste of Chinese culture. Chinese Wellbeing’s Evergreen Club members enjoy arts and crafts, exercising, making friends and singing together. Their motto is ‘Stay Active and Love Your Life’. Chinese Wellbeing are delighted to be a part of the Chinese New Year celebratory event at the beautiful Palm House. Please come along and join in with a range of fun activities and cultural performances including a calligraphy workshop by the Liverpool Confucius Institute, dancing, a music recital by Xiaoxiao Hou, a talented musician of international acclaim playing the Guzheng, Chinese Wellbeing’s own Evergreen Club choir singing their favourite songs and a themed craft session. Wishing everyone Health, Wealth and Happiness in the Year of the Rabbit.


 

More opportunities coming soon!






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