Let Her Witness It
Reimagining the celebrated performances of Mary E. Webb, the African American actor whose tour of Britain in the 1850s also saw her voyage through literature, exploring questions of identity, power and representation which remain vital in our own time.
Hundreds of people pass up and down Mulberry Street every year. Thousands once lay beneath their feet. This living memorial remembers 2600 people, victims of the Irish Famine in the 1840s who managed to make the journey from their homes in Ireland to Liverpool, but no further.
eJoy of Cooking
Every meal tells a story. A meal can bring us home when we’re away, or transport us to new places with every bite. Visit the kitchen, the supermarket and the restaurant with Richard and Sherry, as they reflect on the food cultures of China and the UK. It’s a chance, as Sherry says, to see a different world…
To feel that history belongs to you, first you have to know that it recognises you. Joe’s always understood that – and he’s spent his life in Liverpool 8 making sure people know the same is true of the here and now. In Falkner Square Gardens, he’ll explain why.
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Sidelong Glance is a research-led production company directed by Rosie Lavan (Trinity College Dublin) and Eleanor Lybeck (University of Liverpool). Founded in 2008, it is committed to delivering innovative performance through theatre and film.