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The Pasha of Byzantium

The Pasha of Byzantium

If one of the functions of art is to help us find transformative moments in day-to-day life, then Paul Durcan’s poetry must rank among the best of contemporary literature.  He is one of the finest and most distinctive voices writing today.

Interview with an Intern: Rachel Wrigley

Interview with an Intern: Rachel Wrigley

Tell us about your internship: What department do you specialise in and what kind of duties are involved?
As a performance intern I have been working with the Partnership Officer, Rachel Goodsall, to deliver the live events programme; this involves putting together all the information you need before an event, running and delivering, and then doing everything that’s needed after it. My role has been primarily artist liaison so I’ve been working to collect all of that information from the individuals and the partners that we work with. You’ll often find me talking to a lot of different types of people!

The Bluecoat to launch ‘lost’ Malcolm Lowry novel

The Bluecoat to launch ‘lost’ Malcolm Lowry novel

The Bluecoat’s annual celebration of Merseyside-born writer, Malcolm Lowry (1909-57) will feature the European launch of his 'lost' novel In Ballast to the White Sea on 25 October. 

Off The Page Event To Showcase Literature Activities In Merseyside

Merseyside Literature Partnership presents Off the Page on Saturday 18 October - a day of activities showcasing the region’s diverse literature offer.

The Master of Irish fiction and author of 'Nora Webster' gives A WRITER’S RESPONSE at THE BLUECOAT, LIVERPOOL

The Master of Irish fiction and author of 'Nora Webster' gives A WRITER’S RESPONSE at THE BLUECOAT, LIVERPOOL

Colm Tóibín, Ireland’s foremost novelist, is visiting the Bluecoat to respond to our current Biennial exhibition on James McNeill Whistler.

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