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Not Drunk but Disorderly: Interview with creators after sell-out first show in Liverpool

"We need to make sure Newpool is as safe as it was before. Well that sounds like a tomorrow job, mmm isn't it hard being the law" Beginning the week with a sell-out show, Hindley and Amos performed their never-before-seen piece, Not Drunk but Disorderly, at the iconic Liverpool Bombed out Church.

‘Only words and hot air’: Liverpool response to P&O firings as ferries restart operation

Protests have been voiced on the streets, at the Liverpool docks, as well as in parliament since P&O fired 800 UK workers in March, but little tangible change has been achieved.  An issue that unites the city, let alone the...

The harsh reality of becoming a personal trainer

Covid brought about a wave of weight gain, and loss, in the UK, meaning that when they could, loads of people up and down the country, 'hit the gym'. Many will have turned to personal trainers, seeking in-person or online advice. They...

The 60-year-old Ultra-marathon runner raising money for children’s hospice

A Liverpool man is on an Ultra-marathon mission to raise money for Claire's House Children's Hospice. James Brown, 60, who is a personal trainer and sport and rehabilitation therapist from Netherton, will stop at nothing for a challenge. For the past...
classical genius

Student, 22, launches ‘genius’ classical music radio show

A 22-year-old Liverpool student has launched her own classical radio show. 'Classical Genius' is a monthly show aimed at making classical music more accessible. Lizzy Wood is the mastermind behind the young and exciting show. Broadcast on Melodic Distraction, an internet radio...

Hop over to Thor’s Cave for an exhilarating hike

Sadly, not the cave of Marvel God Thor, nor will you find a magic hammer to control the weather, but what you will find at this Thor's Cave is a fantastic hike in the beautiful Peak District. Thor's Cave is...
Liverpool School Coding Club

Liverpool school pupils form all-female coding club

The visit of a award-winning technology expert has inspired Liverpool School students to form an all-female computer coding club. Pupils from The Academy of St Francis of Assisi were visited by Lady Mariéme Jamme. She encouraged the pupils to follow careers...

Tony Schumacher: The Responder, mental health and “the underclass”

Writer Tony Schumacher has revealed the inspiration and influences behind his newest drama “The Responder” on BBC One. During a talk to Screen Writing students at Liverpool John Moores University, Schumacher said his own experiences of being in the police...

Charity barber’s mission to support Liverpool’s homeless

"Human touch instantly breaks down barriers, particularly in these disconnected times." These are the words of Stewart Roberts MBE, a man on a mission who's offering his services while also being a friend to the homeless. Haircuts4Homeless was set up by...
Image of Ladies at Sistine chapel exhibit

Sistine Chapel exhibit brings a taste of Rome to the North West

A new touring exhibition is making it easier for culture vultures to view the esteemed Sistine Chapel up close. Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition arrived at the Trafford Centre on the outskirts of Manchester as part of an international tour,...