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TATE LIVERPOOL EXHIBITION ‘This project raises questions about the lived experiences of refugees on the Balkan Migration Route and will present a series of activities that will encourage you to think more deeply about what it means to be a refugee fleeing persecution’. On walking into the exhibition, I could straight away feel a sense […]
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Grab some popcorn, a pillow to hide behind, a couple of mates – oh and maybe a new pair of pants just in case. Without spoiling too much (this is a Netflix must see for horror fans and scaredy cats alike), the story of this chilling tale centres around a family of seven and a […]
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Laura Nellis reviews Blackadder and Time Team’s Tony Robinson after the release of his new book ‘No Cunnng Plan’ at the Liverpool Literary Festival.
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Now on its second series, this BBC Three mockumentary is probably the funniest thing on British television right now. An unexpected hit, the comedy has racked up an impressive four nominations at this year’s BAFTAs. Real-life siblings Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper are the stars and creators of this desperately honest comedy. Set in […]
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This British comedy-drama Directed by Jonathan Entwistle follows James and Alyssa; two teenagers on a journey full of questionable decisions. The pair are frustrated with their lives and embark on a road trip that will change their futures permanently. When this show became available on Netflix earlier this year, it became the first must-watch show […]
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The Singh Twins: Slaves of Fashion at The Walker Gallery Internationally acclaimed artists The Singh Twins’ latest exhibition, ‘Slaves of Fashion’ at the Walker Gallery uses a range of mixed media pieces to explore the impact of India’s textile industry on global history. The Twins describe their art as being ‘past-modern’ rather than post-modern and […]
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