October 15, 2020

Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery is extending the run of its acclaimed Linda McCartney exhibition due to demand from visitors.

The major retrospective was due to shut its doors on November 1.

But now gallery bosses have decided to extend the show until January next year.


October 8, 2020

Rare unseen photos of John Lennon in New York are set to be put on show by The Beatles Story to mark what would have been the Liverpool music legend’s 80th birthday.

The pictures were taken by New York-based photographer Robert Deutsch in 1974 and show Lennon at the Sgt...

October 1, 2020

Lady Lever Art Gallery is hosting a thought-provoking new exhibition of striking expressionist prints this autumn.

German Revolution Expressionist Prints draws together a host of powerful artistic responses to the political, social and economic turmoil in the country du...

October 1, 2020

Liverpool’s World Museum will launch 2021 with its AI: More Than Human exhibition – and tickets for the hotly-anticipated blockbuster go on sale next week.

The major show, which was due to open this summer until the Coronavirus pandemic struck, will instead now run from...

September 29, 2020

Sudley House reopens with a new exhibition which features paintings capturing images of Home and Away.

The free display at the Mossley Hill mansion, run by National Museums Liverpool, encompasses oils depicting foreign scenes which are held within the George Holt collec...

September 18, 2020

Liverpool gallery dot-art is behind two new exhibitions on show in the city this autumn including one at Liverpool Cathedral.

View from a Window, which opens next week at its own gallery space in Queen Arcade, off Castle Street, features a new collection from dot-art me...

September 17, 2020

The Lady Lever Art Gallery is set to reopen to visitors at the end of this month as National Museums Liverpool brings its final venues back to life.

The Port Sunlight attraction will be joined by Sudley House in Mossley Hill and Seized! – the Border & Customs uncovered...

September 14, 2020

You wait for one terrific photographic retrospective to come along – and then a pair of them open in Liverpool within a month of each other.

Both Linda McCartney at the Walker and this new iteration of Don McCullin’s masterful 2019 Tate Britain show – transported north...

September 4, 2020

Open Eye Gallery has become the latest Liverpool attraction to reopen its doors to visitors.

The Mann Island photographic gallery is showing The Time We Call Our Own which was due to originally open at the start of April – until the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown plunged...

August 18, 2020

Merseyside Maritime Museum has reopened, giving visitors the first glimpse of a completely new gallery which celebrates Life on Board.

The overhaul of the Royal Albert Dock venue’s second floor gallery space was a week away from being unveiled when the Coronavirus lockd...

August 13, 2020

When you hear the name Linda McCartney what immediately springs to mind? Wife of a Beatle? Blonde cockatoo hair bobbing behind a keyboard in 70s group Wings? Dedicated face of a vegetarian food empire?

McCartney was all those things of course.

But first and foremost, she...

August 11, 2020

FACT’s delayed 2020 season dedicated to The Living Planet has kicked off in earnest with the launch of its new exhibition And Say the Animal Responded?

The free show, being staged in the Wood Street venue’s ground and first-floor galleries, was due to open on March 20 –...

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October 16, 2020

Liverpool’s arts and heritage venues have joined forces to remind visitors that they are still open despite the City Region being put under Tier 3 Covid restrictions.

Tate Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool, FACT, Bluecoat, the Royal Court, Everyman and Playhouse, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the Unity Theatre are all behind the campaign to keep people coming through their doors.

All venues say they are adhering to strict Covid-safe rules including compulsory face coverings (unless you have a medical reason not to wear one), hand sanitiser stations and carefully monito...

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