What’s on in Liverpool August 2019

What’s on in August Summer’s not over yet! Before the new semester starts, there is still plenty of time to have some fun this August, and make the most of your exclusive LJMU offers. Here’s what we’ll be doing this August 2019… Real Work Open Tuesday-Sunday, in the downstairs galleries of FACT you’ll find REAL…

What’s on: Liverpool Pride 2019

Liverpool Pride Festival 2019 The last weekend of July 2019 marks the return of Liverpool Pride, and it’s still as important as ever, 50 years after the Stonewall uprising. This year, the theme is ‘come as you are’, and that’s just what we’ll be doing alongside LJMU’s LGBTQA+ society and the wonderful JMSU to celebrate…

What’s on in Liverpool July 2019

What’s on this July in Liverpool Summer 2019 in Liverpool is looking jam packed, and there’s plenty happening this July. See our top picks for things to do this summer and don’t forget about the discounts for LJMU students scattered throughout! American Idiot Pop punk fans will love this one. Based on Green Day’s American…

My First Trip to Liverpool Cathedral Tower

My free Liverpool Cathedral tower tour Last week, I and a few other LJMU Students took a trip to Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral with the Student Opportunities Team to see Gaia (the giant earth) and to take a trip up to the top of the Cathedral tower. On entering Liverpool Cathedral, you’re immediately immersed in the…

Keith Haring Exhibition at Tate Liverpool

Review of Tate Liverpool’s Haring exhibition Last week, the SO team and some lucky LJMU students headed down to Tate Liverpool for the grand opening of the long-awaited Keith Haring retrospective – and we’re still talking about it a week later. Whether you’re an established art geek, a street art fanatic, a hip hop fan, a political…

Yellow Breck Road at Liverpool’s Royal Court – Drama Society social

At LJMU Student Opportunities, we love to get societies involved with our offers and were delighted to have the university’s Drama Society head to see Yellow Breck Road at the Royal Court a few weeks back. Here’s Social Secretary Gemma Griffiths on the night… Last month, the LJMU Student Opportunities team kindly provided the drama society with 10 tickets to see…

Review: Yellow Breck Road at Royal Court

A lion, a tin man, and a scarecrow walk into Liverpool… Yellow Breck Road, a unique Liverpudlian twist on the classic A Wizard of Oz that had a full Royal Court theatre almost on the floor with a classic evening of Scouse comedy. The twist takes place with a lively Liverpudlian family, struggling to get by….