Follow at FACT

The latest exhibition at the FACT gallery explores the use of social media, where most people access a social media profile and have an online identity. the exhibition runs from the 11th December until 21st February 2016. Ant Hamlyn is a graduate of Liverpool Hope University who has been undergoing…

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Beatles Statue Unveiling

A new statue of the Beatles entitled “I saw them standing there” has been unveiled on the Pier Head by the three graces in Liverpool. The statue was unveiled by the sister of John Lennon, Julia Baird, and the city deputy mayor Cllr Ann O’Byrne. The statue, which was sculpted…

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David Martello visits Liverpool

After witnessing live on TV in Konstanz, Germany the attacks in Paris on the 13th November 2015, David Martello brought his piano 400-miles to Paris to pay tribute to victims. Martello, who goes by the performance name Klavierkunst, moved his piano by bike around Paris, to perform John Lennon’s Imagine the…

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Christmas Lights Switch On in Liverpool One

On Friday 13th November, Liverpool switched on their Christmas lights for the first time. The 30m Christmas tree was installed in Liverpool One outside John Lewis and is the tallest Christmas tree in the UK. A pop up bar was created underneath the tree, which opened during the Switch On and is…

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5th of November Fireworks at Sefton Park

Every year at Sefton Park hundreds gather to watch the annual firework display for bonfire night. Families, residents and students come together in the muddy field and exposed to the cold autumn air.  A local radio station hosted the event with the funding and organisation from Liverpool City Council. While we…

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Dealing with Anxiety in Student Life

When you start university you get to meet a lot of people, all with their different quirks and interests. Since being at university, personally, I have become more aware of how many people suffer from some type of mental illness. Whether they did in the past or are suffering now,…

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Reviews By Alice: Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Alice Denmark As a Marvel movie nerd, I knew it was going to be brilliant. Let’s face it, all the Marvel films are pretty good with the perfect mix of humour and action embedded in the storyline.  We are reunited with some of our favourite avengers such as Thor,…

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Reviews by Alice: The Tale of Princess Kaguya

By Alice Denmark One of Studio Ghibli’s newest additions, The Tale of Princess Kaguya was released in the UK this year, despite being released back in 2013 in Japan. Based on the Japanese folk-tale of the bamboo cutter. The Tale of Princess Kaguya is an enchanted and beautiful story about…

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Dirty Dancing at The Empire

By Chris Clayton Sometimes its easier to be a cynic than it is to want to enjoy something. Its cool to not like Dirty Dancing, and say to your girlfriend ‘he’s not good looking’ every time Patrick Swayze walks on the scene, but lets be honest, women want him, men…

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Jesus Christ Superstar review!

By Aaron Kelly As the winter season quickly becomes a distant memory and the warmer air slowly begins to indicate the seasonal transition into spring, and the imminent Easter holidays, it is somewhat appropriate that Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s critically acclaimed rock oratorio ‘Jesus Chris Superstar’ reaches the…

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