Plan your day out in Liverpool, European Capital of Culture 2008! Find cultural and heritage places to visit - museums, art galleries, historic attractions and more.
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Merseyside's sixth major festival of visual art offers just enough to fill a busy weekend, with artists past and present equally represented. Mark Sheerin explores.
The revered electro-pop group will become the first band to play at the waterfront museum, paying homage to the Dazzle Ship exhibit which inspired their fourth album.
Scientists in Australia have extracted and purified tiny DNA fragments to draw groundbreaking conclusions about the 230-year-old Green Pigeon held in Liverpool.
The sacrifice of the Pals Battalions of Liverpool is to be marked with a new memorial at Liverpool Lime Street station designed by local sculptor Tom Murphy.
Duo Walter Hugo and Zoniel fill a Toxteth building with tanks of jellyfish, while the World Museum prepares to host boa constrictors and royal pythons later this year.
Dr Panayiota Vassilopoulou, from the University of Liverpool, talks city centre art galleries and reflecting on oneself at The Bluecoat.
Aligning biblical scenes with Cath Kidston bags, Grayson Perry's tapestries will open at the Walker Art Gallery for LightNight this May. Curator Pauline Rushton tells us more.
See artworks from the major contemporary science fiction exhibition opening at the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology in Liverpool later this month.
Dutch artist Piet Mondrian would have been 142 today. Ahead of their exhibitions devoted to his influential career, bakers in Liverpool and Margate have been hard at work.
An iPad stolen from an archaeology van has been returned to a Merseyside police station following a Big Heritage appeal seen by more than 250,000 people.
Big Heritage say they will help a robber who stole items including a replica bog body and an iPad to escape their "crap circumstances" if they come forward.
Pictures from the animated current exhibition at Liverpool's FACT where, among other workplace concepts, you can see a zoetrope of a man's reality in dream-time.
Sound Battles, dancing, candle labyrinths and ice carving all light up Liverpool's galleries, cathedrals, museums and streets for this year's LightNight adventure.
Visitors are being invited to pay up to £20 - or, of course, sneak in for nothing - in an initiative inspired by the themes of the exhibition, accompanied by a weekend of events.
Another marionette spectacular is on the cards at Liverpool this July, as the French production team famed for their giant street processions return with Memories of August 1914.