In the wake of WCS’s closure, a year of protracted arguments about noise in the city centre, and the Council’s new Strategic Framework Document (handily digested here) what’s the future for local, grass-roots organisations in Liverpool? Add your voice to the debate next week, chaired by the excellent folk at Bido Lito! and held in the ace new gallery space, Fallout Factory, on Dale Street.

CULTURE FORUM: Establishing City Level Representation For The Liverpool Grassroots Creative Sector

Panelists –

Craig G Pennington – Chair
(Bido Lito! Magazine)

Kevin McManus
(Liverpool Vision, Liverpool’s economic development company)

Sean Durney
(Culture Liverpool, Liverpool City Council)

Caroline Smith
(Wolstenholme Creative Space)

Roger Hill
(BBC Radio Merseyside)

Madeline Hall
(Royal Standard)

Free Entry, 6pm Start, 7th February 2013
Fallout Factory, 97 Dale Street, Liverpool

Registration is required to attend at

If you wish to make sure that Liverpool’s grassroots creative sector is central to the future vision of our city, show your support. Other cities have successfully shown how the grass roots sector can be their route out of triple dip economic woes. What’s the betting Liverpool could too?

You can read an extended piece on CULTURE FORUM in this month’s Bido Lito! Magazine here.

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