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Forthcoming events at St George’s Hall


As our beautiful weeping poppies leave the steps of St George’s Hall, I took at look at the events that are being held in this magnificent building over the coming months.  Not only is this building a magnificent venue and right in the heart of the city but it also has events to suit everyone from beer festivals, choral singing, ceilidhs, chamber music, Alice in Wonderland experience and a performances by the rising opera star Yunpeng Wang. All this in the next few weeks!

Check it out and don’t miss out!

It’s Liverpool!

Happy Days



Arts Hub presents ‘A Kind of Welfare State’

It is always a pleasure to be invited to view works by local artists but especially so when you know the artist personally. I am looking forward to seeing his exhibition at ‘Arts Hub’ 47 Lark Lane Aigburth. The painting exhibition by the social realist artist Andy Smith is on from 22nd – 31st January 2016. Take time out to visit Lark Lane and call in at the Art Hub.

Hope to see you there.

It’s Liverpool!

Happy Days!

Maritime History Made in Liverpool

The Three Queens

What a year for our Maritime City and history. One hundred and seventy-five years ago Cunard’s first liner sailed from Liverpool across the Atlantic. Passengers from all over Europe passed through our port on this route to start new lives in America. I am so fortunate that my ancestors came over from Sweden and remained in this City, together with lots of other nationalities that stayed here, giving us our rich cultural heritage today.

Cunard is celebrating this event by bringing their three ‘Queens’ to Liverpool in May and this magnificent event will not only showcase their beautiful ships but our magnificent waterfront, hospitality and City.

I will be there singing with the Shanty Kings on Monday 25 May at the Pier Head at this historic event when the three Queens sail up the river between 12 – 14 hours.


On the 4th July I will also join Queen Mary 2 to experience the journey that took place on the 4 July 1840 when Cunard’s first ship, Britannia, left the Mersey and changed the face of ocean travel forever by establishing the first scheduled service across the Atlantic. 175 years later to the day Cunard are recreating this voyage of that first Cunard ship from Liverpool to Halifax and Boston. Today’s flagship will then continue on New York.

Hope to see you there!

It’s Liverpool!

Happy Days!

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