Posts tagged with 'on the waterfront'
7 June 2013 by Lucy
The Museum of Liverpool hasn’t even been open two years yet, and it’s already had two million visitors flocking through its doors!
When it first opened its doors in July 2011, we expected about 750,000 people to visit in the first year, but we managed to hit a million in the first 9 months. Now the Museum’s reached its next milestone figure, and we couldn’t be happier.
The Museum is now the most visited in the country outside of London and has won accolades at home and abroad. Read more…
10 October 2011 by Lucy
The Museum of Liverpool is hosting a free family-friendly event in The People’s Republic gallery this weekend, working with artists collective Re-Dock to create a film to document the life of the Pier Head.
People of all ages are invited to the Museum of Liverpool on Saturday 15 October to get involved with an interactive filmmaking experiment aiming to create a film that mixes old and new footage of the Pier Head together, to create a looping video mix that will take the audience on a journey through time. Read more…
Liverpool’s waterfront is going to be a hive of activity this weekend, with Reflection on the Waterfront packed full of free cultural events.
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Royal Liver Building and the opening of the Museum of Liverpool, events will take place from 22 – 24 July at Pier Head.
There is tons going on. For one, the new Museum of Liverpool will be open late until 10pm all weekend. There will be lantern displays and cool lighting displays, as well as the intriguing visual treat of The Macula Spectacular. In concert, there’s the mighty Connie Lush, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic orchestra and 6ix Toys. Wow! We can’t wait! Read more…
19 August 2010 by Laura B
Last month the ‘Mapping Memory: L1 and Liverpool’s central waterfront’ project began with its first workshop, kindly attended by the Liverpool Women’s History Group. The aim of the project is to explore memories of the L1 area during the 1950s, 60s and 70s and the Women’s History Group certainly provided an abundance of lively and interesting memories and stories for our researchers to collect.
The workshop started by asking the ladies to trace a particular route they would take through the L1 and central waterfront area, revealing a clustering around places such as Lord Street, Paradise Street and London Road. As the session progressed an array of collective memories showed how women used urban space during the twentieth century and the areas of the city which have created the most powerful and resilient memories over the years. Read more…
16 July 2010 by Lucy
Liverpool’s waterfront is going to be a hive of activity this weekend, as the On the Waterfront season begins with one of two weekends packed full of free cultural events.
Inspired by nature’s forces of air, wind, fire and water, the events will take place throughout 16 – 18 July and 6 – 8 August across the Albert Dock and Pier Head. People attending both weekends will also be glad to know that the riverside walkway in front of the new Museum of Liverpool will open specially for the On the Waterfront season. Read more…
28 September 2009 by Sam
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from the On the Waterfront events over the weekend, which involved free films shown on a gigantic screen in the Museum of Liverpool’s window. Any sort of open air event in this country is very much at the mercy of the weather, especially on a late September evening at an exposed spot like the Pier Head. I hadn’t seen the classic Marlon Brando film ‘On the Waterfront’ before though, so armed with a flask of hot chocolate and some warm clothing I braved the elements. Read more…