From Pitt Street to Granby

Liverpool is a city full of stories and next Tuesday evening I’ll be going to the launch of a new book that tells a few more. I can’t tell you any of the stories here because I don’t know what they are. But I do know that hearing them will deepen and change my own […]

Deborah Morgan “The Punter”

As regular readers will know I don’t really do reviews. But I saw a play last night, written by a friend, and I want to tell you about it, because I think she’s really good at what she does. So fair enough? “The Punter” then is Deb’s first full play, following her brilliant novel “Disappearing […]

Writing On The Wall: WoWFest 2016 in May

WoWFest tickets available here, now. I’m sitting here in front of the Palm House, a beautiful place in Liverpool I hardly ever visit, thinking about how I should tell you about WoWFest 2016, taking place in Liverpool over the whole of May. Shall I tell you the headlines? Do it chronologically? Group it into themes, […]

In Granby: The Street Market returns

This Saturday, 2nd April, sees the return of Granby 4 Streets Market. Now in its seventh year, the market this year moves out onto its new home on Granby Street itself. We’re expecting Ducie Street, the last of the 4 Streets to go on site, to do so some time this summer. So we’re moving […]

Unveiling the Black Poppies

This year and last year, at the Tower of London and now at St George’s Hall in Liverpool we have been remembering those who fought in the Great War of 1914 to 1918. Today in Liverpool I went to the unveiling of another exhibition that’s a part of Weeping Windows here and tells a story […]

The Street Market, September 2015

Once again I did more talking than photography at Granby 4 Streets Market. No apologies for that. Such a joy to have so many friends in one street on a sunny late summer Saturday for the last Street Market of the summer season. Late in the afternoon now, I’m only just in, so here are […]