Like many of you, we were disappointed last year that Africa Oyé was the result of a rather unfortunate summer rainfall. With a rain-sodden ground in Sefton Park after hours of heavy showers, the festival was forced to perform a hasty move indoors, taking over The Picket on Jordan Street. It wasn’t quite the lazing-around-in-the-sunshine [...]
Looking for something to do this Halloween in Liverpool? We’ve got it covered with a wide array of sinister suggestions.
The weather’s been pretty terrible this summer, but whenever the sun does drag its lazy arse out into the open, our city parks are a pretty nice place to be. And the council are trying to get more of us using them: news comes today that there’s going to be a new pedalo scheme whirring [...]
Easily one of the best festivals this city’s ever produced, Africa Oyé celebrates 20 years this year. And boy, are we ready to get irie. Today they’ve announced the first wave of acts for their 2012 event: Yellowman and the Sagittarius Band head to the main stage from their base in Jamaica – all rather [...]
Like food? Like drink? You’re going to love the Liverpool Food and Drink Festival.
This week sees a series of events encouraging Liverpool to get out and love the city’s parks.
The city’s best free festival returns this week with an impressive lineup. Here’s a handful of our favourite acts you really need to catch while you’re there.
Why can’t Liverpool maintain its roads and repair the appalling potholes particularly evident in the leafy South of the city? Here’s why.
Filmed, fortunately, just before winter set in, Lizzie Nunnery’s Bandstand Sessions showcase singer/songwriter and Sefton Park at their very best.
The Lantern Parade could possibly be our favourite thing in Liverpool.
We’ve all got tales of odd sightings in Sefton Park. But we’re pretty convinced this takes the biscuit. Or perhaps the soggy rusk…
Playing cricket at 4.43am may sound like a strange idea, but Sefton Park CC’s Solstice Cup was as pure a celebration of the game, the club and the city as you’re likely to see this summer.
Forget droning World Cup stadia – head to Sefton Park for some authentic African sounds
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