Internet of Things Howduino

This weekend sees the arrival of the Internet of Things Howduino. What on earth’s that, you ask? Read on… Back in August, we showcased DoES Liverpool in our semi regular Studio Series feature....

Room 237

Room 237 – a cineaste’s delight

DW Mault on new film Room 237, and the continuing enigma of, and fascination with, Stanley Kubrick… Cinema from its birth has welcomed mystery; what Freud called the sense of the other, the...

Making Chinatown

Ming Wong’s Making Chinatown – Reviewed

Themes can occasionally become obstacles for artists and their work. How would Ming Wong fair? The line between parody and pastiche can sometimes appear a very thin one indeed, blurry at best. And...

Viking Moses

Viking Moses: Modern day nomad

This Friday sees Viking Moses, the quintessential modern day nomad, grace Liverpool with a last minute addition to his touring schedule… Start your day with Crosses, the debut album from Viking Moses, and...


Playlist #24: Happy Hallowe’en

Hallowe’en – far too commercialised these days, eh? Console yourself with a playlist very much in the spirit of things… It’s that time again, when even more sirens can be heard outside of...

Rust And Bone

Rust And Bone – Reviewed

DW Mault finds beauty and truth in the existentialism of Rust And Bone… It seems a perfect time to be discussing the death of Anglo-Saxon narrative cinema, the morning after the announcement of...

FAR @ Liverpool Playhouse, courtesy Ravi Deepres

FAR @ The Playhouse – Reviewed

C James Fagan was taken on a journey of discovery by FAR… I’ll open with an admission. Until very recently I was unaware that this event was happening. It’s only through a stroke...

Psycho at FACT

Culture Diary w/c 29-10-12

Tuesday – The Loneliness of The Long Distance Runner 7.30pm @ Liverpool Playhouse £12/£21 Based on the short story of the same name by author Alan Sillitoe (Saturday and Night Sunday Morning), The...

Narbi Price, Untitled Kerbstone Painting (MJK) 91.5x122 Acrylic on Canvas (2012)

Painting – A Dialogue

Linda Pittwood considers the talks, discussions and tours at the Walker Art Gallery on contemporary painting, as part of this weekend’s John Moores Painting Prize summit … Artist Patrick Heron wrote in 1963: “Painting still has a...