Time Off: If you do one thing this week . .THE story of how people crossed the Atlantic by ship in years gone by to get from Liverpool to New York has educated and entertained generations of Merseysiders. Now Merseyside Maritime Museum The Merseyside Maritime Museum is a museum based in the city of Liverpool, Merseyside, England.
The city’s seafaring heritage is brought to life within the historic Albert Dock. has put together a re-creation of the six-day voyage, looking at it through the eyes of passengers and crew. Ends August 14.
THERE is no chance of getting caught in a shower at Liverpool Academy of Arts The Liverpool Academy of Arts was founded in April 1810 as a regional equivalent of the Royal Academy, London. Two local art collectors, Henry Blundell and William Roscoe were its first Patron and Secretary, the Prince Regent gave his patronage for the next three years, and it was , which is hosting an umbrellas exhibition.
A Brolly Good Time features paintings, sculptures and a collection of umbrellas and runs at the Academy in Seel seel
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[Middle English silen, from Old French cillier, from Medieval Latin Street until February 25.
THE Incredibles has been one of the smash hit movies of the year so far and it is still showing at all major cinemas. The film tells the story of how a family of superheroes, forced into anonymity 15 years ago, emerges from retirement to battle evil.
THEATRE shows can be daunting for youngsters, but a Wirral theatre has come up with a show for all the family. Gang Show 2005 is at the Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight, from tomorrow until Saturday. Call 0151-652 3737 for details.
YOU can catch Ballet International at the Liverpool Empire this week. The company will be performing Sleeping Beauty today and tomorrow, and Swan Lake from Thursday to Saturday. Call 0870 606 3404 for details.