Things to do with kids in Liverpool at February Half Term 2020!

Got kids, babysitting or being a fantastic auntie/uncle this half term? As a student at LJMU you are not only entitled to free and discounted exclusive offers but can also get kids involved too. There’s nothing worse than having to cope with bored little ones running around, so here’s a few tips on how to…

Did you know?… LJMU Exclusive Offers Facts

Facts on places where LJMU students can access offers and discounts!

STUDENT BLOG: Animal Farm

“All animals are equal but some are more equal than others” Young Everyman & Playhouse actors took to the Everyman stage to perform George Orwell’s timeless tale of tyranny and political power. Find out what student blogger, James, thought of YEP’s take on this ever-so relevant adaption of Animal Farm. Thanks to LJMU Student Opportunities,…

STUDENT BLOG: Top 10 Money Saving Dates This Valentine’s

Valentines Day is a time to show that special someone how much they mean to you. Whether they are a partner, friend or family we have picked the best free and cheap dates that will stick to your student budget. 1) A walk along the Royal Albert Dock Take a walk down to the World…

STUDENT BLOG: I Think We Are Alone

Frantic Assembly’s brought a brand-new production to the Playhouse this week. Read what our student bloggers thought of I Think We Are Alone.   “All the cast deliver enthralling performances that treat the serious subject matters discussed with respect” Frantic Assembly blow it out of the water with their new production I Think We Are…

STUDENT BLOG: Cats

Cats (2019) has been one of the most talked about films due to it’s mixed reviews. Find out what our students thought after seeing it at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall. “Every film seems amazing when watched in such a beautiful venue [..] I can’t for a minute entertain any of Cats’ negative reviews.” On Monday 10th […]

STUDENT BLOG: An Inspector Calls

  Three of our students went to see the classic stage play, An Inspector Calls at the Playhouse Theatre this week. Find out what each of them thought.   “An Inspector Calls still stands tall and timeless with a stellar cast, relentless pace and an enchanting set.” J.B. Priestley’s An Inspector calls is not a…

STUDENT BLOG: Lost in Colomendy

A heart-warming display of friendship and familiarity. Beth Gavaghan Second year Journalism student. Nicky Allt has returned to the Liverpool Royal Court theatre with Lost in Colomendy. The play presents a comedic and light-hearted narrative about five characters who have all stayed in touch beyond their school years and now work together at the hardware superstore:…

Behind The Scenes: Interview with Lost in Colomendy Star, John Evans

Student blogger, Ashlea Davies, interviews local actor and comedian, John Evans, ahead of his performance in Lost in Colomendy at Liverpool’s Royal Court.  Lost in Colomendy is a feel-good comedy, with a little bit of romance, some well-known songs and lots of Scouse humour! It follows the story of four B&Q employees who are on…

How to save money this LJMU National Student Money Week

If you’re stressing about running out of money or not being able to treat yourself because it’s too expensive, don’t worry because as an LJMU student you can receive so many discounts, offers and opportunities that the only problem you’ll have is trying to find the time to use them all! Take a look at…