We're heading into a new decade people. Will it be the return of the roaring '20s? Let's hope so - if only for the wild entertainment it offered (rather
When Liverpool City Council adopted the Agent of Change principle in October, it seemed as if they were finally siding with the city’s music venues, rather than developers.
The Baltic Weekender is here and the Baltic Triangle is all geared up for another amazing weekend of live music.
We caught up with Ioan Roberts, the founder of Baltic
Dry-January is a welcome addition to the cultural calendar as we take a well-deserved break from the excesses of the festive period. However, the days of our self-imposed prohibition
Liverpool Nightlife collective, SisBis are delighted to welcome the all-star trio of DJs, Winds & Skins (Donna Leake, Debora Ipekel and Ece Duzgit) to 24 Kitchen Street on Saturday
Son of legendary session musician and long time Rod Stewart collaborator Jim Cregan, Mackenzie James Cregan has come from L.A. to the shores of Merseyside to shape his sound in the city of The Beatles, Echo & The Bunnymen, Cast and The La’s.
Agent of Change was tentatively introduced by Labour MP John Spellar and then Sadiq Khan in the 2017 London Plan. It has since seen a growing campaign of support
ONYX returns to the Baltic Triangle this Saturday at 24 Kitchen Street and will see the usual array of resident DJs, special guests and emerging local talent.
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