Brendan Carroll on the Liverpool Empire in How NowMrs Brown Cow
One of the funniest nights out for a long time, from beginning to end Mrs Brown kept us all in high spirits with his quick wit and old fashioned charm. The cast had a hard time keeping the mirth in (they didn’t) One look from Mrs Brown and they too were infected with the sheer joy of Mrs Brown’s performance. Any hiccups were very quickly ad-libbed into the plot, which totally adds to the whole performance. I laughed from the start to end, a great night a must see.
Mrs Brown is very soon to be seen on the BBC Thursdays. Brendan O’Carroll will be on the Billy Butlers show, Tuesday 2.30pm. Also enjoying the show in the audience was the new Liverpool player, what a great way for him to see scousers relaxing, having a laugh and sharing a great night out.
Deane Road Jewish cemetery in Kensington is a gem of who’s who.
I had an enlightening tour with Saul Marks and Louise Baldock Labour Cllr for Kensington and Fairfield. Saul is the chair of the conservation group, working tirelessly towards having this grade2 listed site restored to its former glory for future generations and visitors to be inspired by.
I was moved by the host of people who came to Liverpool and made their mark on art, literature, religion and history both foreign and domestic; household names we all know.
Tales of love, joy, and triumph, real people, some of who were not necessarily born in Liverpool but felt it was a spiritual home and their final chosen resting place.
The group are now looking to increase their board members and willing volunteers who like themselves can give time, energy, knowledge and expertise to help save this site for future generations. Working towards putting it clearly on the heritage map, were it belongs.
Once the project is complete this will become a community resource by encouraging visits from local schools to international visiting dignitaries to this special place.
Please see web site http://www.deaneroadcemetery.com/team.htm and become part of this exciting project get involved and become part of the legacy that the people of Kensington and Liverpool can be truly proud of.
What an amazing weekend. I am so proud to be a Scouser. from the Peace , love & Understanding celebration within the Anglican cathedral’s Words of Peace from John Lennon to the Lady Gaga on the Main Tunnel stage on Monday, and every thing in between; A big thank you to all the bands, entertainers and exceptional event planners, for making this a festival to remember. Liverpool women, as ever, shone with class and are truly the ambassadors for our great City. From age 1 to 90 they dress with such individual style and do us all proud… I spoke to a number of international visitors over the 3 days and the theme that constantly comes up is how fab the woman of liverpool are, with their warmth, helpfulness and style. on top of an exciting City , Blue sky, Fab bands and wonderful atmosphere a truly cosmopolitan heavenly place to be -LIVERPOOL