Secret Garden Party 2014

There is a reason why Secret Garden Party tickets fly off the shelves long before the line-up is released. This place is a hedonist’s haven, a garden of marvels, a glistening jewel of lakeside silliness and glittering debauchery. And it just so happens that the headliners are belters too. This years gatecrashers include Hip-hop heroes Public Enemy, More...

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By Jessie Coleman On Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
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BoomTown Fair 2014

BOOM! You’re in, and you won’t want to leave. Madness, magic, music and monsters, BoomTown Fair is a Pandora’s Box for nutters. This is a full on festival, four days and four nights, and not for the faint-hearted. More...

By Sophie Cain On Friday, March 28th, 2014

Threshold Festival 2014 – This Weekend

Haven’t got any plans for the weekend? Don’t fret – Threshold’s 4th Annual Festival starts today. The next three days will see the Baltic Triangle taken over by a plethora of art and music delights and More...

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By Sophie Cain On Friday, February 21st, 2014

TONIGHT – Paul Straws Animation Launch @ LEAF

PAUL STRAWS YOU WOULDN’T SEE IT THAT WAY ANIMATION LAUNCH at LEAF, Bold Street, Liverpool, in association with Mellowtone Friday 21st February + Ivan Campo + Jessica Mary York + Beaten Tracks DJs Tonight, More...

By Sophie Cain On Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Capstan’s Christmas(sy) Bazaar – This Sunday

Tomorrow the Baltic Triangle’s HAUS Warehouse will be once again be transformed into Liverpool’s favourite urban market – this time with a few festive twists! Illustration by Laura-Kate Draws As More...

By Francesca Walker On Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Abandon Normal Devices Festival – review

FACT – the innovative and widely renowned Foundation for Art and Creative technology, based in the heart of Liverpool’s city centre – was host to the Abandon Normal Devices Festival on the first weekend More...

By Hannah Thompson On Sunday, October 6th, 2013

Unexpected provocations: A review of Tom Fairclough’s ‘Collateral’.

Walking down into town for the weekly Aldi shop, you wouldn’t notice them. You wouldn’t notice unless you really took notice. And when you take that notice, you really take notice. And you realise that half More...

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By Tor Marie On Friday, September 27th, 2013

First look: ‘Remember Them’ at Victoria Gallery & Museum

Ciudad Juárez, set on the Mexico-Texas border, is thought to be the most violent city on Earth. Since 1993, thousands of young women have disappeared, with many found abused and murdered. The Mexican government More...

By Alice Sholl On Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

The Shipping Forecast hosts design fair: Inprint

The Shipping Forecast hosted independent art fair Inprint this Sunday 3 February in their upstairs room. In Association with Percy Gulliver’s Print Shop & Screenadelica, the fair featured works from Liverpool, More...

By Devon Douieb On Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

A Decade of Digital Age Art: FACT’s 2013 Programme Launch

On Saturday 23 February 2013, FACT celebrate their 10th anniversary. They will be marking a decade of bringing creative technological art to the viewing public, and the 2013 programme launch predicts the tenth More...