Writing on the Wall


Does Television Represent Us?

May 4th

Lord PuttnamPhil Redmond CBEJoin film producer and Labour Peer David Puttnam's Inquiry into  the future of Television at the launch of a new Hansard Society study into how TV has contributed to political  debate in Liverpool. Phil Redmond CBE, Ruth Fox (Chair, Hansard Society) and others , discuss  whether TV reflects  the lifestyles  and opinions of people  across the UK, or if it just a mouthpiece for the 'London bubble'.

In partnership with A Future for Public Service Television Inquiry

7pm. The Black-E 1 Great George Street, L1 5EW




Linton Kwesi Johnson & Hollie McNish

May 7th

Hollie McNish, 2013 Uk Slam poet championship winner.Linton Kwesi Johnson, pioneer Dub poetPacking a powerful poetic punch with the  return  to Liverpool  of the  pioneer  of Dub  poetry, Linton Kwesi Johnson, performing together with Hollie McNish, 2013  UK slam championship winner  and the  first poet to record  at Abbey road studios.

Hosted by the inimitable Levi Tafari

8pm (Doors open 7pm)

The Black-E 1 Great George Street, L1 5EW