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SOCIAL DIARY: A week in the nightlife of the North West.

Byline: CAROLYN HUGHES

LEADING layers DWF Solicitors recently held a Young Professionals evening at their Liverpool offices in Castle Street. It was an '80s themed networking event with everyone making an effort for the big occasion.

Approximately 200 young professionals from across the North West attended.

Lasers for Life, a local medical research charity who are doing ground-breaking work with cancer and Alzheimer's disease, hosted a supper club evening at the Sir Thomas Hotel.

This event is now a regular function held bi-monthly, aimed at catering for Liverpool companies to network, or simply for friends to meet up and have some fun.

Mel C performed in Liverpool last week to promote her forthcoming single, Next Best Superstar, which is being released on April 4.

The exclusive performance was held at the top of the Radio City Tower.

The Jaguar Partnership for Learning Centre was the venue recently for the launch of the 81st Liverpool Festival of Performing Arts.

Once again, the festival showcases the talents of performers in the City from four to 84 years old.

Previous festival winners who have gone onto great things include Claire Sweeney and Sir Simon Rattle

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Lauren, Stephen and Katie, from Liverpool band Just 3, with Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Cllr Frank Roderick, at the Liverpool Festival of Performing Arts launch; Mel C performs at the top of the Radio City Tower; Radio City presenter Jon O'Neill with Mel C after her performance; Helen Kelly (DWF); Ian Chesham (Rensburg); Keith Clements, Leanne Brudley, and Nichola Manley (Bank of Scotland) at the DWF event; Liverpool crooner Neville Skelly with Lee Forde (Head of Events, Liverpool Culture Company) at the Jaguar Partnership for Learning Centre; Jane Kirwyn; Katy Allerton (Century FM); Gloria Allerton-Symmons (Lasers for Life); Mike Baker (Juice FM); Bill Elms (Empire Theatre) and Adrian Allerton Symmons at the supper club at the Sir Thomas Hotel; Helen Johnston, Paul Formby and Helen Kelly (DWF; Solicitors) at the Young Professionals event; Sarah Howe, Alicia McCaffrey, Alex Wright and Lindsay Ridgway (all DWF trainees) at the networking evening
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Date:Mar 8, 2005
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