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12/11/2015
Super Slow Way: Pennine Lancashire.

“Why can’t great art happen here in Pennine Lancashire?” Introducing: Super Slow Way

There is much to get excited about along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, says Jack Welsh; here, he investigates a huge new arts programme being created — and facing multiple challenges — along...

12/10/2015
Wednesday -- Exhibition Opening: Frieze Art Fair 12-7pm @ Regent's Park, London -- £43/36.55/26.90/23.65

Culture Diary w/c 12-10-2015

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the arts listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Tuesday — Performance Opening: Outsiders 7.45pm @ Playhouse Studio, Liverpool — £10/12 ‘In our society any...

31/03/2015
The Tale of The Princess Kaguya (2015)

Culture Diary w/c 30-03-2015

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Wednesday — Exhibition Opens: Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977-1986 10am-4pm @ Yorkshire Sculpture Park — FREE...

16/04/2013
Artist of the Month June 2012: John Biddle

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08/04/2013
Beth Orton

Culture Diary w/c 08-04-13

Tuesday – For Ellen 6pm @ FACT Starring Paul Dano (a firm TDN favourite) as Joby Taylor, a struggling musician whose life is spiraling out of his control, the Ellen of the title (played here...

14/01/2013
Bird Sheet Music @ Tate Liverpool on Sunday

Culture Diary w/c 14-01-13

Tuesday – Jiro Dreams of Sushi 8.30pm @ FACT Jiro Ono is the 85 year old master chef at a 10-seater sushi restaurant, secreted away in an underground station in Tokyo.  The clue...

24/09/2012
Andrew Bracey, Frames (2007-9). Still, Transition Gallery

Artist as Projectionist: my love of cinema

Artist Andrew Bracey professes his love for the clattering roar of the projector, and how it inspired his most recent exhibition at Transition Gallery and Hackney Picturehouse … My eyes were opened to...

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