Our little chat with Liverpool’s very own Joe Symes & TLK

Monday, September 26, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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At a brand new night of showcasing musicians, artists, comedians and poets, Joe Symes & The Loving Kind were one of the acts that made a big impression on an ever-growing audience. Last night (Sunday 25th September 2016), the Liverpool Arts Society hosted its second incarnation of the monthly event …

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Live @ Tribeca – Take 2.

Monday, September 26, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

  Liverpool is a marvellous city. It is seen to be doing always something slightly different to the rest of the country. Don’t believe me? Here’s a few examples: Across the country the NHS is – sadly – falling apart, yet in Liverpool we’re building a multi-billion pound, state of …

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‘Get yourself a proper job…’

Friday, August 26, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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The words every artist, performer and creative will hear at some point throughout their lives. Whether the words are snarled to you by an old relative at Christmas or patronisingly addressed by a careers advisor, we will all hear them at some point. The phrase will infuriate some of us, …

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RKB’s Top Ten Tips for Street Performers!

Tuesday, August 2, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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  Hello my name is Ryan, I worked as a theatrical tour guide in Liverpool for the past couple of years, you might have seen me out and about scaring kids and pissing of cabbies, in the hope street area I’m a local legend. But I thought using my years …

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Climate Change – Leo or YEP?

Monday, June 27, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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Making The Revenant was about man’s relationship to the natural world. A world that we collectively felt in 2015 as the hottest year in recorded history. Our production needed to move to the southern tip of this planet just to be able to find snow. Climate change is real, it is happening …

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Life and Death after Graduation!

Monday, May 23, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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Written by Gary Plunkett There is a little festival taking place in Liverpool at the moment. Most of you probably will not have heard of it. Others (like myself) know it very well… I should hope I do anyway, I took part in it for two years. It is the …

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£iverpool (Or, how I learned to stop moaning and love the arts)

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 • admin

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As a Drama & Creative Writing (soon-to-be) Graduate, I can’t help but feel people are just eagerly waiting for you to renounce your degree and denounce the arts altogether. As graduation dawns ever closer, more and more people seem to question you on the doom of your impending ‘future’: “Do …

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Don’t mention the ‘C’ word!

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 • Alex Medlicott

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I live on Liverpool’s stunning Dockland. In fact, I have quite an incredible view from my couch… Very often, on a Saturday night I sit on the couch and instead of listening to Paddy McGuinness say things like “Let the Umpa see the Lumpa” or “Let the hokey see the …

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Men Don’t Cry!

Friday, May 6, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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You turn up to the party a little bit boozy from pre-drinks at Deano’s flat. You’re looking the business in your new ‘Topman’ shirt and you can’t wait to get proper f***in’ messy. The boys are all looking good, the girls look even better and the music is pulsing round …

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‘Drive By’ – Immersive Theatre, is it for you?

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 • Liverpool Arts Society

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October 2015 brought about my most exciting and challenging opportunity yet; I was cast in a one to one performance piece, Drive By, that was to feature in Hope Street Ltd’s On The Verge Festival ‘15. Having previously stage managed one to one performances, acting in one was something completely …

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