Open Eye Gallery is one of the UK's leading photography spaces.
Location: 19 Mann Island, L3 1BP
The terracotta warriors will return to the UK in 2018 for an exhibition at the World Museum. This exhibition will be the first time in more than 10 years that these spectacular warriors from the tomb of China's First Emperor, Qin Shihuangdi, have been brought to the UK. Tickets from liverpoolmuseums.org.uk
Come along for a walking tour around Liverpool's street art, hidden attractions and alternative sights. Seecret Tours run daily at 11am and last for 2 hours, just book online to ensure availability then show up at the Seecret meeting point 5 minutes prior to the tour starting.
We run tours for the general public, tourists, educational and corporate sectors. If your requirements are a little different, give us a call or drop us an email.
Our tour guides are true Scousers and fit the bill to lift the lid on Liverpool's Seecret attractions. Their knowledge of the city is unsurpassed and will ensure your tour is eventful and one to remember! (seecrettours.co.uk)
After your tour, you'll receive our Seecret City & 'Learn Yerself Scouse' guides, including tips on things to do and a crash course in Scouse slang!
Friday 2 February 2018 7:30pm
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
As testimony to the ever increasing popularity of classic rock music, the critically acclaimed live show The Classic Rock Show, returns to Liverpool Philharmonic with an amazing new live production, celebrating the world's greatest guitarists.
Paying tribute to many of the world's all time guitar greats, The Classic Rock Show’s world class musicians power through classic rock’s finest moments, celebrating legendary performances by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits), Walter Becker (Steely Dan), Eric Clapton, Angus Young (AC/DC), Brian May (Queen), Joe Walsh (The Eagles), Paul Kossoff (Free), Peter Green (Fleetwood Mac) and Pete Townsend (The Who) plus many more.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP
Box Office. 0151 709 3789
2017 archived - year of the Rooster. Those born in 1957 or 2017 are fire roosters, who are said to be trustworthy, responsible at work and have a strong sense of timekeeping.
As always, the Liverpool street festivities will be fun-filled, with plenty of activities for children and adults to enjoy.
Liverpool will celebrate the Year of the Rooster with projections in Chinatown telling the story of Jingwei and the Ocean.
Lighting up the Chinese Arch, the Black-E and The Arch for an hour each night, the beautiful lumiere creation will be based on the story of the emperor’s daughter who, after perishing at sea, transformed into a bird and endeavoured to fill the ocean with twigs and stones to prevent anyone else from meeting the same fate. The story will be adapted to showcase how Chinatowns around the world, have developed from the seeds sown and the pebbles laid by the earliest Chinese settlers, and how these small ‘islands’ have developed into the vibrant and diverse communities we see today.
The twelve minute show will run on a loop for an hour on Friday and Saturday nights from 7.30-8.30pm and on the Sunday it will be on display from 5-6pm.
The traditional Chinese New Year celebrations will also take place on Sunday 29 January 2017 with a series of street performances, family workshops, art installations, parades and of course the popular Chinese market on George Street selling gifts, souvenirs and mouth-watering food. See the full programme of events here
Happy Chinese New Year!