MUSIC - THEATRE - CLUBS - CINEMA - ART - MUSEUMS - COMEDY - DANCE - Your Definitive Weekly Events Guide

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MUSIC - THEATRE - CLUBS - CINEMA - ART - MUSEUMS - COMEDY - DANCE - Your Definitive Weekly Events Guide


poolmuseums.org.uk/walker TOMORROW Charity car wash Liverpool Hope University is holding a car wash to raise money for the L1 youth group, in the playground of St Vincent de Paul primary school from 10am -1pm. Donation of PS3 appreciated. SUNDAY Mother's Day Experience Children can take part in a craft workshop in which they will make something special just for their mums, while mums can relax with tea and cake. The Lantern Theatre, Blundell Street, 0151 703 0000, www.thelanterntheatre.

co.uk Mother's Day Afternoon Tea Finger sandwiches, scones, tea, mini cakes and fancies accompanied by a soothing live piano set. Leaf, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.co.uk Life Drawing All levels are welcome, guidance is provided. First floor, Leaf, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.co.uk Suffragettes: A Liverpool Story Hear the fascinating story of the Suffragettes' struggle and their highly significant Liverpool activity in this performance by Jane Murdoch, 11am. Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, 0151 478 4545, www.liverpoolmuseums.

org.uk/mol/MONDAY Urban Craft Collective's Knitting Club Crafting group for all levels, pop along with your needles and hooks and enjoy tea and cake, 7pm. Leaf, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.

co.uk TUESDAY The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Screening of Peter Jackson''s adaptation of JRR Tolkien''s novel, 7.30pm. Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, 0151 709 3789, www.liverpoolphil.com Sally Morgan The TV psychic returns with her show Psychic Sally on the Road. Liverpool Empire, Lime Street, 0844 871 3017, www.liverpoolempire.org.uk WEDNESDAY 13 Women's Organisation Drop-In For women with hobbies or interests that they would like to turn into a business, find out how The Women's Organisation can support you in your venture to self-employment, 10am-12.30pm. Ground Floor, Leaf, Bold Street, 0151 707 7747, www.thisisleaf.co.uk EXHIBITIONS The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey curates an exhibition exploring the tenuous boundaries between virtual and real worlds, ends April 14. The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, www.thebluecoat.org.uk The Long View Work by artist graduates Corrie Barclay, Becky Johnson, Jason Jones, Charlotte Owens, Paul Riley and Steve Strode, ends March 15.The Cornerstone Gallery, The Creative Campus, 17 Shaw Street, 0151 291 3578, www.hope.ac.uk/cornerstonegallery Four Seasons Watercolours by Chester-based Angela Burton, inspired by the natural world of landscape, plants and flowers, ends April 5. Dot Art, Queen Avenue, Castle Street, 0845 0176660, www.dot-art.co.uk Oil boom, Delta burns Photographs by George Osodi exploring the realities of daily life along the Niger Delta, ends September 1. International Slavery Museum, Albert Dock, 0151 478 4499, www.liverpoolmuseums.

org.uk/ism Titanic and Liverpool Explore the city''s central role in the disaster that claimed 1,517 lives, ends April 21. Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, 0151 478 4499, www.liverpoolmuseums.

org.uk/maritime Beryl Bainbridge, painter Unique collection of paintings, displayed together for the first time, by the celebrated Liverpoolborn author, ends April 28. …

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