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  1. Add A Brief History of Painting to your Itinerary

    A Brief History of Painting

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    Arts and Culture

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    Interested in art history? This informal talk looks at painting's progression, from religious iconography to royal portraits, landscapes to abstraction, to leaving the canvas behind altogether, with artists painting directly onto walls, floors and…

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  2. Add A Lovely Word Featuring Dan Simpson to your Itinerary

    A Lovely Word Featuring Dan Simpson

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    Performance

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    Former Canterbury Laureate and Poet-in-Residence at Waterloo Station, Dan Simpson, headlines this month's A Lovely Word. 

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  3. Add ABBA on the Mersey to your Itinerary

    ABBA on the Mersey

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    Cruise

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    The much-loved ABBA tribute cruise celebrate all things disco on the iconic Mersey Ferry, so grab your platforms, flares and glitter and say 'Thank You For The Music' by being your very own 'Dancing Queen' for the night!

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    From:
    19 September 2020Open 19:00 - 22:00
  4. Add Africa Oye & Kitchen Street present Extra Soul Perception to your Itinerary

    Africa Oye & Kitchen Street present Extra Soul Perception

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    Music

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    Musicians from around the world set to play an incredible jazz night at 24 Kitchen Street.

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  5. Add a-ha to your Itinerary

    a-ha

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    Concert

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    a-ha have always set themselves challenges. Now, pushing even further, they are announcing that their 2019-2020 tour will be different from anything they have previously undertaken.

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    From:
    11 November 2020
  6. Add AI: More Than Human to your Itinerary

    AI: More Than Human

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    Exhibition

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    The fascinating world of artificial intelligence comes to World Museum in a new exhibition bursting with interactivity through immersive artworks and scientific developments, giving visitors a thrilling vision of the future.

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    From:
    10 July 2020to1 November 2020Open 10:00 - 17:00
  7. Add An English Lady's Wardrobe to your Itinerary

    An English Lady's Wardrobe

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    Exhibition

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    More than 70 outfits are on display in this new exhibition, which explores shopping and style in Liverpool during the interwar years.

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  8. Add An evening with Tony Bellew to your Itinerary

    An evening with Tony Bellew

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    Sporting Event

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    The evening will include an in depth interview with Tony Bellew where he'll be talking us through his incredible career and journey to becoming the cruiserweight champion of the world and beyond.

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  9. Add And Say the Animal Responded? to your Itinerary

    And Say the Animal Responded?

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    Arts and Culture

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    What would animals say to us if we listened to them? What might we learn about the state of our shared planet? On 19 March, FACT launches its year of The Living Planet with the opening of a major new art exhibition, And Say the Animal Responded?

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    From:
    12 August 2020to30 December 2020Various Opening Times
  10. Add Angel Field Festival to your Itinerary

    Angel Field Festival

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    Theatre

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    Liverpool Hope University's Angel Field Festival enters its second year in 2020 – running from Thursday 6th to Friday 14th February 2020.

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  11. Add Ant Middleton: Mind Over Muscle Tour to your Itinerary

    Ant Middleton: Mind Over Muscle Tour

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    Tour

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    Ant Middleton Mind Over Muscle Tour - A New Age of Thinking

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    From:
    19 November 2020
  12. Add ArtsGroupie Presents: Kitty: Queen of the Washhouse to your Itinerary

    ArtsGroupie Presents: Kitty: Queen of the Washhouse

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    Performance

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    ArtsGroupie presents, "KITTY: Queen of the Washhouse" a celebration of one of our own famed Liverpudlians, Kitty Wilkinson (1786–1860), whose community efforts for public hygiene helped stem the outbreak of cholera, leading to the opening of the…

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