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Discover agenda-setting new theatre, thought-provoking art exhibitions, boundary-pushing festivals and much more as we celebrate England's most culturally vibrant region.
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Land of the Giants
When French street theatre company Royale de Luxe brought their family of giants to Liverpool for the final time, I worked with a designer to create this special report on their three visits to Liverpool. Created using Shorthand.
Special report on The Giants' three visits to Liverpool, created as a Shorthand.
The Turner Prize is just the start of Blackpool's cultural ambitions, The Lead
Arts leaders in Blackpool are working with the local authority to draw up a five-year Cultural Plan - so now is the right time to set out big aspirations.
No one knew what eccentric relative had done to his home until after he died
Outsider artist Ron Gittins' imaginative creations transformed his otherwise normal looking house.
The Merseyside coastline is one of the most interesting and diverse in the country, with a history that is known all around the world. This is a celebration of what makes it special today. The stories of the people who live and work on the banks of the River Mersey and the beaches of the Irish Sea. Their passions, experiences and love for this beautiful stretch of windswept land.
I worked with a designer to create this microsite with an interactive map to accompany my podcast Liminal.
Listen Up podcast column
Weekly podcast review column which ran in up to 12 Reach Plc regional print titles, including the Manchester evening News, Birmingham Mail, Newcastle Chronicle and Liverpool Echo, for more than two years.
24 hours of food in Liverpool
Longform article exploring Liverpool’s relationship with food and drink by capturing an entire night and day in real time.
As well as going out myself, I managed a team of writers who covered the city over 24 hours - from a breastfeeding group to a Chinese restaurant in the early hours of the morning,
Liverpool Central Library
The history of the library in William Brown Street, Liverpool, from its inception in 1850 to its redevelopment and reopening in 2013.
Layers of Liverpool
The Liverpool Map, by Inge Panneels and Jeffrey Sarmiento, is a unique artwork, fusing 16 layers of coloured glass to create a map of Liverpool that is historic, social, geographical, cultural and emotional. This book breaks down those layers, detailing the people and places inspiration and events that have contributed to making Liverpool the place it is today.