Announcing the next showing of “Without These Walls” at The Black-E in Liverpool at 10am on Monday 26th September.
After three showings so far around Liverpool and one last week in Slovakia “Without These Walls” and its accompanying “Ghost Mural” will be screened on Monday 26th September, 10am at The Black-E as part of “The World Transformed” event running alongside the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool. As well as the films there will be a follow up discussion about how an apparently well meaning Labour Party supported public policy ended up devastating whole places and communities.
Jayne Lawless has written and co-produced, with Janet Brandon the short “Without These Walls” plus “Ghost Mural”, an Arts Council England project about the loss of her family home and thousands of others in Liverpool and across the North to the ‘Pathfinder’ Housing Market Renewal Initiative.
“Without These Walls” tells the story in 9 minutes of poetry, animation and film. And “Ghost Mural” will be shown during the follow up discussion led by Jayne and friend Pat Levey Bennett, both local to Everton and Anfield, who met through their involvement in Homebaked, the community bakery opposite Liverpool Football Club.
The Black-E is located just downhill of the Anglican Cathedral, on Great George Street, Liverpool L1 5EW, approximately 5 minutes walk from the city centre. It is close to Lime Street Station, Central Station, and several car parks. The main entrance is situated at the junction of Great George Street and Nelson Street. The Black-E stands beside the Chinese arch which leads through to Europe’s oldest Chinatown.
See you there? 10:00am Monday 26th September?
Entry to “The World Tranformed” is free and you can register here.