2016 SEASON

2016 carries over two of our most exciting projects from the last year: Coastlands completes its regional tour, whilst Merseyside Maritime Museum hosts our Lusitania exhibition.

We have also taken over the project management of OPEN — a new arts centre for Waterloo. This will transform how we are able to present work, inspire and facilitate creativity, and connect with communities.

And as ever, everything we bring you is completely free of charge to watch, visit or listen to!

ARTS CENTRE

OPEN

March 2016 — January 2017

OPEN is a new arts centre for Waterloo.

A place to Make, a place to Perform, a place to Learn, and a place to Deliver.

Find out more, and how to get involved.

Join us at the start of our journey.

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In association with:
Waterloo Arts and Community Association

RADIOMONTAGE

COASTLANDS

October 2015 — January 2016

Six half-hour acoustic films that will tell a tale of the Sefton coast.

Inspired by the Danish and German genre of Radiomontage, these documentaries explore The Litherland Running Man, spiritualism in Formby, 24 hours in Southport, the value of public art in Sefton, our natural environment, and the paranormal.

Touring:
Southport, Lydiate, Waterloo
Free Entry

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Supported by:
Arts Council England
The Hemby Trust

EXHIBITION

TITR @ MARITIME MUSEUM

From Spring 2016

As part of our wider Lusitania project, we have created five audio plays to accompany Merseyside Maritime Museum's new exhibition, Lusitania: life, loss, legacy.

This new gallery opened in March 2015 on the first floor of the museum, to mark the centenary of the sinking of the Lusitania, on 7 May 2015. As well as the story of the Lusitania, the displays consider the role of Liverpool's liners in the First World War.

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Supported by:
The National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund