Posts tagged with 'free events'
Sally-Anne Hickman is an illustrator who began creating comics in 2001.
She will be delivering two Manga workshops for young people aged 13 years + and adults at the Gallery on 6 August and 9 September as part of the Edo Pop: Japanese Prints exhibition.
8 June 2017 by Emma Walmsley
Over the past few months, I have been working on a new performance Titanic – A Race to the Rescue, to add to our programme of public events linked to the incredibly popular Titanic and Liverpool: The untold story exhibition at the museum. The performance had its premiere on Sunday 11 June, but visitors can enjoy it again on Sunday 16 July.
I wanted to find a point of view about the story that we hadn’t really explored before so was very excited when I hit upon the idea of looking more closely into the experiences of passengers aboard the rescue vessel, Carpathia. Read more…
27 October 2016 by Andrew
Enjoy a spooktacular school holiday this week with fiendishly good events at National Museums Liverpool.
From creepy crafts to a spooky tour, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained at our museums and galleries.
3 June 2016 by Sam Vaux
From Friday 3 – Sunday 5 June, the waterfront will be awash with fun, nautical activities for all the family at the International Mersey River Festival, which will include tall ships, jet ski stunts, boat races, Royal Marines combat displays and air displays. Our waterfront museums will be hosting crafts and activities including Dockwatch, where you can take a closer look… Read more…
31 March 2016 by Megan
It’s school holidays next week which means National Museums Liverpool have a fun-filled two weeks for the little ones.
The Lady Lever Art Gallery has recently reopened its South End galleries and to celebrate have exciting activities for everyone to enjoy. With junk drumming sessions where you can try out some homemade drums, face painting and story time, all the fun is at the Lady Lever on 5 April. Read more…
26 August 2015 by Paula
2015 is the 300th anniversary of Liverpool’s Old Dock – the world’s first enclosed commercial wet dock. The Old Dock was discovered during excavations in 2001 after being buried since 1826. Developers Grosvenor preserved the dock and has made it publicly accessible as an important reminder of Liverpool’s historic status. The Merseyside Maritime Museum offers free guided tours of the carefully preserved Old Dock under Liverpool One on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the year. Read more…