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


Littlewoods Film & Food Fest is coming to Liverpool on Sat 15th July!

We're Capital&Centric, the custodians of the iconic Littlewoods building on Edge Lane, which we're in the process of transforming into film & tv studios. We’re starting as we mean to go on, and opening up the nearby The Depot film studio for an exclusive one-dayer, giving you a chance to see behind the scenes of Liverpool's film industry.

Along with screenings, there'll be games, eats, beats, drinks and a few special surprises.

Tickets are £5 and include popcorn. Every penny from ticket sales will go to Unity Youth and Community Centre, a local charity helping support young people in Toxteth.

Seating is allocated first come, first served, so get down early to grab some food, a drink (or two), play some games and nab a seat.

 

I Will Not Fold These Maps

Sat Jul 15 2023 at 02:00 pm to 03:30 pm

Lush Liverpool - 3rd floor, 38 - 46 Church Street

Poet Mona Kareem launches her fiercely unapologetic new book of poetry in conversation with her editor, Nashwa Nasreldin.

This will be a powerful event of bilingual readings in Arabic and English, and discussion of timely, ever-present and universal themes, celebrating the wonder of language and the possibilities of poetry to convey the most difficult experiences, as Kareem is joined in conversation with her editor, Nashwa Nasreldin.

£6

 

Join us on Thursday 20th July, 17:00 - 19:00 for the launch and private view of our new exhibition 'The Kitchen Table'.

An exhibition featuring Caroline Race, Katherine Dereli, Grahame Ashcroft and Laleh Kamalian.

Paying homage to the classic still life genre of art, the artists in this exhibition The Kitchen Table capture the stillness and beauty of this style. The Kitchen Table features quiet still lives of homely, domestic settings and the peaceful moments found in them.


 

Penny Lane Jazz Band on the Band Stand

Free event (donations appreciated)

Sunday 23rd July 2.00pm

The Penny Lane Jazz Band is a 10-piece line-up whose repertoire includes standard jazz classics, a touch of Brazilian Bossa Nova plus a large helping of funk. With a focus on popular jazz tunes that most people know and love, the band will get your feet tapping and your soul dancing!



 

Grow Speke Invitation




 

Hidden Heritage: Calderstones Park Guided Walk

Third Wednesday of the month


Open the door to the hidden stories of Calderstones with our free one-hour guided walk of the Park’s most significant and surprising landmarks. Discover what makes the award-winning Allerton Oak so special, hear the heroic tale of Jet of Ida, find out what the Mansion House ha-ha tells us about the park’s past and much more. No walking experience required and the route can be adapted for access needs but it will take place outside so we recommend you wrap up warm! This event will be cancelled in extreme weather conditions. A wheelchair is available to borrow if needed, just contact operations@thereader.org.uk or ring 07970 247 352 ahead of your visit. This activity is made possible thanks to National Lottery players, with funds awarded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.


 

More opportunities coming soon!










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