Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Live in Liverpool

Two events in Liverpool I'm interested in this week:

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Firstly, my monthly singaround in the Lion Tavern, which is by Moorfields Station. Free, all welcome, and 8 real ales. from around 8.30pm. This Thursday 14 July - performing is optional.

Secondly, the Peace and Ecology Festival on Saturday 16 July from midday to 6pm, in St Lukes Church (the bombed out church), corner of Leece Street & Berry Street, Liverpool. It's free, with 6 hours of music and dance, with stalls and food. Black Lamp (Keith Price, Kevin Littlewood and me) are on at around 1pm. The festival is organised by Merseyside CND, with support from generous sponsors.

Soft drinks only at the festival, but loads of good real ale pubs nearby; click here for the Georgian Quarter pub crawl. If the weather is bad, there will be directions to an indoor venue nearby.

P.S. please note: owing to the lousy weather forecast, the festival will be moved indoors to St Brides Church on Percy Street and Catharine Street, Liverpool 8 ~ map here.


  1. Apologies that I couldn't make it to the Lion last night - still down in Cambridge at the moment. Hope it was a good session.

  2. After a slow start, it went quite well ~ a couple of people asked me where you were! I'm away for next month's singaround and the general view seemed to be leave it until September (the 8th).


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