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Tara's Belly Dancing Classes Liverpool City Centre
Thursday 11 May 2017
Tuesdays 12.45pm Bold street (free class)
Tuesdays 7pm (£5 taster class)
A popular upbeat class held in an established well known performing arts college in the heart of Liverpool taught by friendly & professional working dancer Tara (belly dancing with Tara) teaching all levels including beginners.
A diverse range of belly dance styles taught. You'll never get bored.
All ages welcome. www.tarabellydance.co.uk
Abhisaar Dance Workshop with Nirupama & Rajendra
Saturday 13 May 2017
The Cornerstone Building, Liverpool
Join Nirupama & Rajendra for an amazing opportunity to learn beautiful Indian dance movements!
Open to all ages and no previous dance experience is required.
Free but booking required!
For more information, or to book, visit milapfest.com/whats-on
The Cornerstone Building, Hope University Creative Campus, 17 Shaw Street, Liverpool, L6 1HP

Spiritual Healing - The Health of the Future
Saturday 13 May 2017
Friends Meeting House, “The Small Meeting Room”
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.

“I have remained nothing more than a normal, natural person”, are the words Bruno Groening wrote; a person who possessed the simple, intuitive knowledge of the laws governing divine spiritual healing.

The audience can experience the divine power in their own bodies, that Bruno Groening referred to as the “Heilstrom”. This noticeably felt Heilstrom, is responsible for divine spiritual healings and help, from even devastating illnesses termed medically incurable, as well as psychological and physical addictions.

All interested people are invited.
Admission is free, donations are accepted.
Time: 1.00pm - 3.00pm
Venue: Friends Meeting House
“The Small Meeting Room”
22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BT
Contact:01524 409 345
Arts Masterclasses
MPAC Building Liverpool L3 5QF
Who we are:
Collective Encounters specialises in Theatre for Social Change and is committed to developing innovative and exemplary participatory practices. Over the last 11 years the company has shaped its own unique approach through collaborating with a wide range of vulnerable and marginalised communities, and has gained an excellent reputation both nationally and internationally as a leader in the field. Collective Encounters’ research lab conducts practice-as-research through the delivery of this work, as well as undertaking and commissioning academic and sector-based research into aspects of emerging and best practice. The company is committed to sharing its learning with the wider sector and providing CPD opportunities for both emerging artists and experienced professionals working across participatory, community and collaborative arts disciplines.

The Masterclasses
All masterclasses will be co-facilitated by Collective Encounters’ Artistic Director, Sarah Thornton and Head of Participation, Mandy Redvers-Rowe. Training methodology will involve tutor presentation, group discussion, practical workshop components and action learning sets. Participants will be provided with high quality materials to take away with them to support and remind them of their learning. All master classes run from 10 am – 5 pm and are based at Collective Encounters’ workshop space: MPAC, 1-27 Bridport Street, Liverpool, L3 5QF.

Key Dates
Saturday 20th May – Arts and Dementia
Saturday 15th July – The Collective Encounters’ Approach to Participatory Theatre
Saturday 21st October – Managing Arts Projects with Social Impact

Each full day masterclass costs £85 (£65 unwaged).
Book two for £150 saving £20
Book all three for £200 saving £55

What people have said
Evaluations from previous master classes have shown that 70% of people who attended said the course exceeded their expectations and 85% said they felt able to put the training into practice. Participants have said:

“A fantastic session, good balance of theory/research/advocacy info and practical skills to put into practice.”

“Brilliant training day, will recommend it to colleagues and friends. Brilliant trainers – very knowledgeable and inspiring. Thank you so much”
Ireland after Brexit - Panel Discussion
Monday 22 May 2017
Victoria Gallery & Museum, Ashton Street, L69 3DR
University of Liverpool Open House Festival Panel Discussion organised by The Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool
(Admission is free, please register here).
Chair: Professor Peter Shirlow
Panellists:
HE Dan Mulhall, Irish Ambassador to Britain will speak about:
‘Making the best of Brexit for Ireland’
Professor Michael Dougan, Head of Department, School of Law, University of Liverpool will speak about:
‘The future of the UK -Irish Border: is the Government's vision 'frictionless' or 'fancilful'’
Mr Arnold Dillon, Ibec Brexit Campaign Lead will speak about:
‘Brexit – The Irish Business and Economic Perspective’
Help & Healing on the Spiritual Path - Medically Verifiable
Saturday 3 June 2017
Friends Meeting House, Lecture Room
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.

“I have remained nothing more than a normal, natural person”, are the words Bruno Groening wrote; a person who possessed the simple, intuitive knowledge of the laws governing divine spiritual healing.

The audience can experience the divine power in their own bodies, that Bruno Groening referred to as the “Heilstrom”. This noticeably felt Heilstrom, is responsible for divine spiritual healings and help, from even devastating illnesses termed medically incurable, as well as psychological and physical addictions.

All interested people are invited.
Admission is free, donations are accepted.

Time: 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
Venue: Friends Meeting House
“Lecture Room”
22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BT
Contact: 01524 409 345
Anatomy Lab LIVE | Liverpool
Saturday 3 June 2017
The Village Hotel Liverpool, Fallows Way, Whiston
Travelling Human Anatomy Event ‘Anatomy Lab Live’ Arrives In Liverpool This June

Anatomy Lab LIVE offers a journey through the human body like never before, take part in the live dissection of VIVIT –the worlds only semi-synthetic human cadaver.

Anatomy Lab LIVE will perform a live dissection of VIVIT –the worlds only semi-synthetic human cadaver for audiences in Liverpool this June. Our anatomist Samuel Piri will perform the dissection procedure to showcase health and disease on real internal organs at this unforgettable event.

VIVIT is a specially constructed synthetic human cadaver that houses real anatomy (organs). During the procedure Samuel will dissect VIVIT to reveal the inside of the head and jaw demonstrating the brain and spinal cord. Following this Samuel will open the thoracic cavity to show the trachea, lungs and heart followed by the abdominal cavity revealing the stomach, liver, gall bladder, intestines, kidneys and bladder. All of VIVITs organs are of swine origin due to their anatomical similarities with humans. Live on stage Samuel will compare the human body in its healthy form to anatomical samples damaged by excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Audiences will have chance to put their questions to Samuel and to leading medics accompanying him on stage. Following the procedure the samples will be prepped for handling by those in the audience who wish to further examine the specimens.

The event SELL OUT event will arrive in Liverpool at the Village Hotel Liverpool on Saturday 3rd June 2017. The event begins at 6.00pm finishing at 11.45pm. Tickets are available website. Tickets include a two-course sit down meal before the procedure. Tickets are priced at £70.00 per person or a group ticket that admits 6 is £400.00. All ticket holders must be +16.

Anatomy Lab LIVE is brain-child of Samuel Piri founder of Inspire to Aspire Events. Samuel is a trained anatomist, teacher and science speaker. Samuel pioneered the successful school based medical experience Operating Theatre Live which takes a real operating theatre and anatomy into schools and colleges all over the UK. Samuel developed Anatomy Lab LIVE as he believes by showing people the intricate workings of the human body people will learn the importance of keeping healthy. Samuel has spoken at events all over the UK with speakers including Piers Morgan and Robert Winston to name a few. Samuel hopes to educate and inform the public about the damage poor lifestyle choices can cause to the insides of the body while at the same time inspiring them to make better life choices leaving them healthier and fitter for longer.

“The human body is a complex machine, VIVIT and I will give you the chance to peel back the skin, to see how disease and poor health affect your internal organs. Join us this June for an unforgettable journey through the human body”.
www.anatomylablive.co.uk


Liverpool Urbanscapes Photo Tour
Saturday 1 July 2017
A journey into the heritage and modern architecture of the historic city of Liverpool. A full day workshop (10am-4pm), walking a circular route starting at the Library, taking in the Cathedral area, Chinatown, before going to the waterfront and finally the modern commercial district. Along the way not only we will be photographing urban architecture and views but uncovering some of Liverpool’s hidden curiosities – Measured Markers, the Pyramid Tomb, Famous Engineers, Art Deco Statues, Morse Code, the Blitz Memorial and a Concrete Award!!

The course will focus on getting the most out of you and your camera, topics will include composition, the use of leading lines, reflections and the creative use of depth of field. Technical aspects will also be covered explaining the exposure triangle and the use of the histogram.

Participants are encouraged to travel light, there is approximately 3 miles walking on this workshop.

Suggested Equipment: DSLR or CSC (Mirrorless) Camera with standard zoom lens, optional wide angle lens and polariser.
www.davidyeomanphotography.co.uk/liverpool-urbanscapes


LIverpool Urbanscapes Photography Course
Saturday 1 July 2017
A journey into the heritage and modern architecture of the historic city of Liverpool. A full day workshop (10am-4pm), walking a circular route starting at the Library, taking in the Cathedral area, Chinatown, before going to the waterfront and finally the modern commercial district. Along the way not only we will be photographing urban architecture and views but uncovering some of Liverpool’s hidden curiosities – Measured Markers, the Pyramid Tomb, Famous Engineers, Art Deco Statues, Morse Code, the Blitz Memorial and a Concrete Award!!

The course will focus on getting the most out of you and your camera.
www.davidyeomanphotography.co.uk

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