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Choir With No Name Liverpool spreads festive cheer with Big Christmas Singalong at Tung Auditorium

Friday 8th December 7.30pm

The Choir with No Name (CWNN) Liverpool, a choir involving people impacted by homelessness, will be kick-starting the city’s festive season with a big Christmas singalong at the Tung Auditorium on Friday 8 December.

Building on the success of its annual ‘Big Gig’ at the Everyman earlier this year, the Choir with No Name will get the season started in the best way possible – with a rip-roaring, fun-filled Christmas extravaganza, inviting everyone to come along and join in singing all their favourite festive songs.

As well as an audience in fine voice, The Choir with No Name will also be joined by special guests the Liverpool UNIty Choir and Asylum Link Merseyside Choir. Guests can expect an evening of truly joyful performances, filled with festive magic and sing-alongs to release the Christmas spirit, and raise the roof of the auditorium.


Choir Manager Ema Quinn said:

“We cannot wait to sing alongside our fabulous special guests and treat our audience to some real Christmas magic. We want to welcome as many people as possible to join our inclusive, positive and joy-filled show, so we can spread the festive cheer far and wide.”

“As well as being bags of fun, the profits made through ticket sales and donations on the night support the cost of keeping our weekly choir rehearsal running and our members singing well into the future, which will be the very best Christmas present for us all!”

The Choir with No Name runs choirs and builds joyful singing communities with homeless and marginalised people, around the UK, with the Liverpool group singing its heart out since 2014.

Tickets:

Standard: £12.00 Concession: £8.00

The Tung Auditorium

Yoko Ono Lennon Centre University of Liverpool, 60 Oxford Street Liverpool, L7 3NY


 

Winter Market – Salt and Tar

Discover the latest street food trends, meet local makers and bakers and enjoy some tunes on Bootle’s canalside.

Free Entry

Dog Friendly & Family Friendly

Friday 8th December – 4pm – 9pm

From 4pm – Bop to the beats of our resident DJ who will be playing funk, soul and disco classics while you eat, relax and start your weekend off right.

Saturday 9th December – 12pm – 9pm

12pm-3pm – Kids Craft Workshop – Drop In

12.30pm – Live Music Acoustic Duo – Meg & Ben

3pm – Live Music Acoustic Duo – Funky Jesus and Craig the Baptist

5pm – Bop to the beats of our resident DJ who will be playing funk, soul and disco classics while you eat, relax and enjoy the good time vibes.

Sunday 10th December – 12pm – 6pm

12.30pm – Scrapyard Studios Rock Choir

1.30pm – Story Telling by Jude Lennon – Drop In

2.15pm – Anthony Russell

3pm – Story Telling by Jude Lennon – Drop In


 

Board Games at The Reader, Mansion House, Calderstones Park

First Sunday of each month 3.00-5.00pm

Come along to our monthly afternoon of board and card games to meet new people, discover exciting new games and revisit beloved old games. Whether you've never ventured beyond Monopoly and Scrabble or have tried all that the modern board games market has to offer, there will be something for you. If you've got any board games at home you'd like to introduce to other people, why don't you bring them with you? Children are welcome, and there are games appropriate for children, but anyone under 18 needs to be accompanied by an adult for safeguarding reasons. No booking required, drop in. Please check dates listed on this page https://tickets.thereader.org.uk/sales/genres/languages-and-social/board-games

before making your trip.


 

Sefton Palm House

Free Event

18:00

Birdcage Workshop – Creating Glass Light Catchers We will be joined by artist Cait Walker to share her artistic knowledge as part of our winter Birdcage Exhibition Programme. In this workshop you will make fused glass hangings inspired by the shapes and patterns formed by the plants in the Palm House. After creating our design, using collage and drawing, we will use glass pens to draw directly onto the clear glass, then decorate with crushed glass frit and coloured sheet glass to make colourful light catchers. These will be kiln fired after the class and returned so they can be displayed. No prior skills are needed, just a willingness to experiment!

This workshop is suitable for 18+



If you are unable to attend this event at any point, please email naomi.mcallister@palmhouse.org.uk asap


 

Makers Market at the Bombed Out Church

17th December 10.00-4.00

Join us for an abundance of the North West's finest makers, bakers and creators. Expect an array of art, craft and street food! Free to attend - no ticket required. Suggested donation of £1 on entry to help towards to the upkeep and community projects of St Luke's Bombed Out Church.

 

Get cosy this winter as The Luna Cinema returns to Liverpool Town Hall


Festive films are a staple when it comes to the winter season, and this year The Luna Cinema are back with a whole new programme of classic Christmas and New Year film screenings in magical settings to spread some festive cheer.

More info on Lina Cinema here: https://www.thelunacinema.com/venue/liverpool-town-hall/#instance-list

 

More opportunities coming soon!

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