An Evening With Julian Cope

One-part Viking, one-part shaman, one-part biker, and one-part rock star: Nathan Richardson spends an ‘incredible’ and ‘absurd’ evening with Julian Cope… Julian Cope, as an artist, stands alone. He is the only person to...

Time For A New MODEL

What do nine Toms, rave mixtapes and William Blake have in common? We meet MODEL Liverpool… Being surrounded by artists all named Tom is a strangely unnerving experience. We’re in MODEL, a new art space...

It’s Tomorrow! Join Us At Our Next North-West Writers’ Meet & Greet

Writer? Blogger? Journalist? Publication? Join us, Creative Tourist, Corridor8 and friends for our next meet and greet! We’ve long been of the mind that there’s strength in numbers. That having friends — rather...

“Every Tool Is A Weapon If You Hold It Right”: Disobedient Objects At The V&A

What hand-made creations do you associate with activism and protest? Jade French visits a very special collection of ‘disobedient’ objects (and tries to dodge the gift shop) at the V&A… Want to know how to...

Cinema For All! The Changing Ecology Of The Film Club

Radical and inspiring: Ahead of the annual Cinema For All conference, A Small Cinema’s Sam Meech talks about his passion for community film clubs, the challenges they face, and the potential in resource-sharing...

Not All Documents Are Records — Reviewed

Is it art? Or a document of art? Where does the overlap lie? Mike Pinnington enjoys exploring the nuance of meaning at Open Eye Gallery’s Biennial exhibition… The measure of success for an...

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Field Trip: Edinburgh Fringe Festival

The Everyman Theatre’s Hayley Greggs braces herself for five days of theatre, comedy and rain (!) at Scotland’s favourite festival… Being an Edinburgh Fringe anorak, my festival field trip really began in June...

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Playlist: 20,000 Days On Earth With Nick Cave

Ahead of the UK release of his critically-acclaimed documentary film, Nick Cave fan Sinead Nunes explores his ‘gargantuan’ body of work… Next week, 20,000 Days On Earth, a fascinating new documentary about Nick Cave...

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Fabric Bag FREE DELIVERY Price: £4 Colour: Black on post-box red Material: 100% cotton   Designed by Liverpool-based artist and graphic designer Mike Carney, and hand-screenprinted in Liverpool by In the Room Print Co., these lovely bags...

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