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Liverpool’s historic City Halls launch pioneering new booking system

Spurred on by the challenges of the past year, Liverpool’s commitment to becoming the most exciting city in the UK – both on-street and online – has never been stronger. In a clear reflection of that intent, three of the … Read more…

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Plans for first statue of a black woman to be installed in St George’s Hall

A campaign has been launched to install the first statue of a black woman in one of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings. To mark International Women’s Day, St George’s Hall Charitable Trust has announced its intention to install a statue of … Read more…

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New visitor attraction set to be installed at St George’s Hall next year

Liverpool’s jewel in the crown, St George’s Hall, has taken a step closer to opening a brand new visitor attraction in 2021 thanks to a £250,000 boost. The funding, part of the government’s Culture Recovery Fund, will be invested in … Read more…

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A Musical Christmas Card from our orchestra in residence, L’Orchestra dell’Arte…

This year, St George’s Hall, like all other venues, has missed hosting live performances for audiences to enjoy. Among the many acts that play here are our Orchestra in Residence, L’Orchestra dell’Arte (aka St George’s Hall Orchestra). The Orchestra produces … Read more…

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Liverpool residents urged to remember the fallen from home

People are being urged to go online this Remembrance Sunday to pay their respects to those brave men and women who have fought for their country. Due to the ongoing health pandemic, this year’s annual Service of Remembrance will take … Read more…

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Statement: Service of Remembrance 2020

This year, the decision has been made to hold a virtual Service of Remembrance which will be streamed online on Sunday 8 November 2020. There will be no public gathering on this day and anyone who would like to lay … Read more…

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BLOG: Charles Dickens and St George’s Hall, Part 2

Charles Dickens (7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) This year, 2020, marks the 150th anniversary of the death of one of Britain’s most famous authors: Charles John Huffam Dickens. Born in Portsmouth on 7 February 1812, Dickens moved to Chatham … Read more…

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St George’s Quarter set for Liverpool Passion Play

Crosby-based Christian Community Theatre Company, In Another Place, are to produce the first large outdoor Passion play to take place in Liverpool City Centre on Good Friday 2020 (Friday 10 April) when they perform in St George’s Quarter. In Another … Read more…

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Liverpool Remembers Road Traffic Victims

The names of people from Merseyside and beyond who lost their lives in road crashes will be read aloud as part of a special service of remembrance in Liverpool this weekend. Sunday 17 November marks the World Day of Remembrance … Read more…

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Lest we forget: Remembrance Sunday in Liverpool

LIVERPOOL will fall silent on Sunday 10 November when the Annual Service of Remembrance takes place at St George’s Hall. In what is one of the largest events of its kind in the country, Lord Mayor of Liverpool Cllr Anna … Read more…

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