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Liverpool: PIXEL80ED – The 80’s & 90’s Party! At Buyers Club – LIVERPOOL

February 05, 2016 at Buyers Club Music in Liverpool.

PIXEL80ED – would like to take you back to the 80’s/90’s for a filthy night of nostalgia at Liverpool’s ‘Buyers Club’

If you don’t no about our partys, you will…

FANCY DRESS / FUNKY LIGHTING / 80’S GIRLS /
FIRE BREATHING / LED HOOPING

AND SO MUCH MORE.

We’ll be playing all that 80’s trash that we all love so much.. get the hair spray out, headbands and get out the neon ankle socks. PIXEL80ED will be showcasing all that cheese,classics and pop you all love too much.

Advance Tickets – £5
Doors – 11PM till 4.30PM

Address: 24 Hardman Street, Liverpool
PIXEL80ED - The 80

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Liverpool: 80s Invasion Featuring Big Country, Midge Ure & Nick Heyward

March 06, 2016 at Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool.

Four of the decade’s most memorable artistes together for the first time, performing their biggest hits. With record sales of over 20 million, 200 gold, platinum and silver discs and numerous awards between them this is an 80s show unrivalled.

Big Country broke onto the scene with the release of the classic singles Fields Of Fire, Chance and their signature song In A Big Country, which went on to become massive worldwide hits.

Curiosity Killed The Cat were one of the hottest and most popular bands of the late eighties. Hit singles included Down to Earth, which peaked at number two in the charts and sold 1.5 million worldwide, Misfit, Ordinary Day, Hang On In There Baby and Name and Number (which later went on to be a hit single for De La Soul).

Midge Ure has received Ivor Novello, Grammy and BASCAP awards along with a flotilla of gold and platinum records. By the time his single If I Was went to number one in 1985 he had already crammed several musical lifetimes into a ten year career – Slik, The Rich Kids, Thin Lizzy, Visage, Ultravox and of course the most famous one off group in musical history Band Aid. Ultravox was a major influence on the new romantic and electro-pop movements of the early 80s.

Nick Heyward formed the band Haircut 100 in 1981 with Les Nemes and Graham Jones. They had four UK Top 10 singles and their debut album, Pelican West, reached number 1 in the UK charts. Nick’s solo career began in 1983 with his debut album North of a Miracle which reached number ten in the UK charts. He and Haircut 100 are responsible for hits including Whistle Down The Wind, Blue Hat For A Blue Day, Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl), Love Plus One, Fantastic Day and Nobody’s Fool.

Price: £29.50, £34.50
More info

Philharmonic Hall web: http://www.liverpoolphil.com/

Address: Hope Street, Liverpool
80s Invasion Featuring Big Country, Midge Ure & Nick Heyward

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Liverpool: The Needle Exchange

January 30, 2016 at 24 Kitchen Street in Liverpool.

Tickets £3 / 5 ADV http://bit.ly/1n2v5mx

After the success of our launch party with The Reflex in November, and the sellout show on New Years Eve, we’ve decided to make this a regular monthly event.

Music on the night will showcase the best in underground disco, funk, afro, hip hop, electro, latin and soul.

We’re working in partnership with Liverpool‘s seminal Hip Hop, Funk and Soul Crate Diggers, No Fakin, making the most of their extensive knowledge and networks acquired over the last 20 years in the game.

They’ll be bringing in unannounced special guests on an event by event basis as they see fit. With good mates and solid connections across the UK underground, we’re particularly excited about where this one can go…

Address: 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool
The Needle Exchange

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Liverpool: THE WOODLAND SOCIAL – featuring Breakfast Monkey

January 21, 2016 at The Baltic Social in Liverpool.

Join us in the wild for an enchanting evening at…

THE WOODLAND SOCIAL

Headlining this month’s edition will be Breakfast Monkey; the alt. rock beast of a band that feeds on roaring riffs, rapid lyrics and turbulent beats. Their pandemonium-like performances have sold out venues including The Arts Club, The Kazimier and Liverpool Sound City. They’re joined by the surf rock quartet Flying Glove, Øyvind Weiseth’s energetic pop & Charlie Airey’s captivating acoustic excellence.

See you in the woods!

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Live music from:
BREAKFAST MONEY
FLYING GLOVE
ØYVIND WEISETH
CHARLIE AIREY

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9pm – 1am,
Thursday 21st Jan,
The Baltic social,
Free Entry

Address: 25-29 Parliament Street, Liverpool
THE WOODLAND SOCIAL - featuring Breakfast Monkey

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Liverpool: Launch of Left Hand to Back of Head, Object Held Against Right Thigh

January 22, 2016 at Bluecoat in Liverpool.

An evening of visual art, live performances, cocktails and DJ sets, to celebrate the opening of Bluecoat‘s Winter Exhibitions:

‘Left Hand to Back of Head, Object Held Against Right Thigh’ and
‘Melissa Gordon: Fallible Space’

See more here: http://www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/exhibitions/3340
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6pm: Exhibitions open, drinks reception
7pm: First ever staging of Mina Loy’s Collision (1916) (Booking recommended), followed by a free cocktail featuring Liverpool Gin, supplied by Liverpool Distillery.
8pm: Performance by Mary Hurrell with Kitty Fedorec
8 – 11pm: After party with Deep Hedonia DJs
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Left Hand to Back of Head, Object Held Against Right Thigh
Continues until Mon 28 Mar 2016

Becky Beasley// Natalie Finnemore// Rowena Harris// Mary Hurrell// Hannah James// Mitra Saboury// Marianna Simnett// Marie Toseland

‘Left Hand to Back of Head…’ explores how we experience art beyond what we are able to say about it, presenting a collection of works that set out to affect the audience on a physical level, through sensations and emotions.

http://www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/exhibitions/3269

Image: Hannah James, The Wrestler and the Crab, video still, 2015.
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Melissa Gordon: Fallible Space
Continues until Sun 31 Jan 2016

Painter, printmaker and editor, Melissa Gordon is interested in addressing the exhibition as a ‘theatre in the round’: highlighting shifting perspectives when staging her work. Here she presents a week long exhibition in Bluecoat‘s Performance Space which launches with the first ever staging of Mina Loy’s 1916 play ‘Collision’. Loy’s script determining the hang of her canvases. This project is accompanied by a longer running installation of paintings, the ‘Material Evidence’ series, in the Vide.

http://www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/exhibitions/3290

Address: School Lane, Liverpool
Launch of Left Hand to Back of Head, Object Held Against Right Thigh

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Liverpool: Liverpool Radical Film Festival presents: BLACK PANTHERS: VANGUARD OF THE REVOLUTION

January 17, 2016 at Liverpool Small Cinema in Liverpool.

THE BLACK PANTHERS: VANGUARD OF THE REVOLUTION is the first feature length documentary to explore the Black Panther Party, its significance to the broader American culture, its cultural and political awakening for black people, and the painful lessons wrought when a movement derails. Master documentarian Stanley Nelson goes straight to the source, weaving a treasure trove of rare archival footage with the voices of the people who were there: police, FBI informants, journalists, white supporters and detractors, and Black Panthers who remained loyal to the party and those who left it. Featuring Kathleen Cleaver, Jamal Joseph, and many others, THE BLACK PANTHERS: VANGUARD OF THE REVOLUTION is an essential history and a vibrant chronicle of this pivotal movement that birthed a new revolutionary culture in America.

Preluded by the first ever short film made about the Black Panthers in 1968, and followed by a Q + A discussion with speakers (TBA). Join us for the first Liverpool Radical Film Festival of 2015.

Address: 57-59 Victoria Street, Liverpool
Liverpool Radical Film Festival presents: BLACK PANTHERS: VANGUARD OF THE REVOLUTION

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Liverpool: 80s Invasion Featuring Big Country, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Midge Ure & Nick Heyward

March 06, 2016 at Royal Liverpool Philharmonic in Liverpool.

Four of the decade’s most memorable artistes together for the first time, performing their biggest hits. With record sales of over 20 million, 200 gold, platinum and silver discs and numerous awards between them this is an 80s show unrivalled.

Big Country broke onto the scene with the release of the classic singles Fields Of Fire, Chance and their signature song In A Big Country, which went on to become massive worldwide hits. The band’s total record sales had risen to well over five million by the mid-90s when hey have twice toured with the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger says that Big Country were ‘one of the best opening bands we ever had’.

Curiosity Killed The Cat were one of the hottest and most popular bands of the late eighties. Hit singles included Down to Earth, which peaked at number two in the charts and sold 1.5 million worldwide, Misfit, Ordinary Day, Hang On In There Baby and Name and Number (which later went on to be a hit single for De La Soul). Curiosity Killed The Cat’s debut album Keep Your Distance went straight in to the UK album chart at number one, selling over 1.5 million copies.

Midge Ure has received Ivor Novello, Grammy and BASCAP awards along with a flotilla of gold and platinum records. By the time his single If I Was went to number one in 1985 he had already crammed several musical lifetimes into a ten year career – Slik, The Rich Kids, Thin Lizzy, Visage, Ultravox and of course the most famous one off group in musical history Band Aid. Ultravox was a major influence on the new romantic and electro-pop movements of the early 80s. Their successful trademark was combining Midge’s powerful guitar riffs with sweeping synthesiser motifs, enigmatic imagery and state-of-the-art visuals. Tracks like Reap the Wild Wind, Dancing With Tears in My Eyes, Love’s Great Adventure, All Stood Still, The Voice, Hymn, The Thin Wall and 1981’s timeless Vienna were all massive hits the world over.

Nick Heyward formed the band Haircut 100 in 1981 with Les Nemes and Graham Jones. They had four UK Top 10 singles and their debut album, Pelican West, reached number 1 in the UK charts. Nick’s solo career began in 1983 with his debut album North of a Miracle which reached number ten in the UK charts. He and Haircut 100 are responsible for hits including Whistle Down The Wind, Blue Hat For A Blue Day, Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl), Love Plus One, Fantastic Day and Nobody’s Fool.

Address: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool
80s Invasion Featuring Big Country, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Midge Ure & Nick Heyward

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Liverpool: THE DOUBLE NEGATIVE Presents FAHRENHEIT 451 (1966)

January 21, 2016 at Liverpool Small Cinema in Liverpool.

François Truffaut (1966) UK 1h 52min – Cert 12A

Doors 7pm

Film 7:30pm

Please note: all profits from tonight’s ticket sales go to The Whitechapel Centre: the leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool region.

“Why are books forbidden?”

“Because they make people unhappy”

What would happen if all culture, all books were eliminated? Illegal? Burned if discovered?

Auteur director (Jules and Jim (1962)) and writer (Breathless (1960)) François Truffaut’s screen version of Ray Bradbury’s bestselling 1953 dystopian novel (widely regarded as one of his finest works), Fahrenheit 451 conjures a nightmare vision of a future society in which ideas and creativity are violently suppressed.

‘Firefighter’ Guy Montag (played by Oskar Werner) burns books; forbidden by the government, and seen as dangerous, subversive objects to be wiped out entirely, Montag hunts down and destroys every book he can find from a frightened populace. Those found guilty of harboring books are drugged into confession and eventual compliancy. Those that believe in books — and therefore culture, freedom of expression and education – work hard to covertly memorize single tomes and whole collections in order that they may live on in the mind.

It is only when Montag meets – and falls in love with – young book collector Clarisse (Julie Christie) that he really begins to question his bosses’ true motives. Will he denounce free thinking, or face the consequences of becoming one of the criminals he formerly condemned?

Screened in conjunction with Tate Liverpool’s provocative exhibition Works to Know by Heart: An Imagined Museum, introduced by The Double Negative founders Laura Robertson and Mike Pinnington,
and including a reading from the original Bradbury novel, we present a film asking questions around a not-so-difficult-to-imagine near future where art and culture is under threat. A film, in the context of unrelenting budget cuts, religious censorship, and political indifference, which asks questions of how to preserve a shared heritage for future generations and, if it came to it, how to choose which creative works to salvage from the fire…

Address: 57-59 Victoria Street, Liverpool
THE DOUBLE NEGATIVE Presents FAHRENHEIT 451 (1966)

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Liverpool: Liverpool Rocks! Round 1 Heat 1

January 22, 2016 at Arts Club in Liverpool.

Liverpool Rocks! Battle of the Bands 2015 Round 1

Lineup:

Doors 6.00pm // £5 OTD // 14+ // curfew 11.00pm

This Event is Pay on The Door only

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On each heat of each round there will be a guest panel of judges made up of X&Y Festival reps, venue directors, music magazines, bloggers & more. Each member of the audience will also get one vote per person and the amount of votes you receive will be combined with the judges score to give you your final score.
50% Judging
50% Votes

Round 1 @ Arts Club

Address: 90 Seel Street, Liverpool
Liverpool Rocks! Round 1 Heat 1

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Liverpool: Liverpool Rocks! Round 1 Heat 2

January 24, 2016 at Arts Club in Liverpool.

Liverpool Rocks! Battle of the Bands 2016 Round 1

Lineup:

Doors 6.00pm // £5 OTD // 14+ // curfew 11.00pm

This Event is Pay on The Door only

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On each heat of each round there will be a guest panel of judges made up of X&Y Festival reps, venue directors, music magazines, bloggers & more. Each member of the audience will also get one vote per person and the amount of votes you receive will be combined with the judges score to give you your final score.
50% Judging
50% Votes

Round 1 @ Arts Club

Address: 90 Seel Street, Liverpool
Liverpool Rocks! Round 1 Heat 2

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