Book now for the ‘Cinema, Memory and Wellbeing’ training session for anyone who is involved in caring for older people, including those living with dementia.
Join The Liverpool Complaint Choir – Citizens Singing About Work, for the first musical performance of the project that transforms people’s complaints about work into songs.
Spend Sunday morning sketching in the Walker Art Gallery’s sculpture gallery. Under the guidance of one of our Visitor Hosts, this drawing session is suitable for all artistic abilities.
Slavery Remembrance Day has been marked on 23 August in Liverpool since 1999 and this is the city’s 20th year of celebration, commemoration and remembrance.
Join a session of yoga at the Walker! These free sessions are suitable for all abilities and will take place in the As seen on screen exhibition with Emma Charnley.
Explore the British Music Experience’s collections and archives, share memories and meet new people in this informal discussion group.
MyClubmoor is holding their very own Incredible Edible launch on 10 August with live music, free food and children’s crafts. They aim to make the local area greener and cleaner.
ROOT-ed Zine co-founders will lead visitors on a tour of the gallery floor but with a twist. The tour will look at paintings and their relationship with Black history.
Down Orrell Hey is a friendly dementia/memory café in Bootle, Liverpool, meeting weekly in August. They hope to give more people with their carers chance to come along, make new friends, socialise in a supportive environment.
Join artist Laura-Kate Draws to explore her amazing collection of Wes Anderson-inspired illustrations and create artwork of your own.
Wavertree Wheel for All is an inclusive cycling programme taking place every Thursday at Wavertree Park.