Author: Jess Molyneux

Guild to host Blind Date event

It’s the late nineties/early naughties, you’re sitting at home watching your old sony box television, head to toe in disney attire, and you hear Cilla say, “Contestant number one… What’s your name and where do you come from?” If the Paul O’Grady 2017 revival wasn’t enough, Blind Date is coming to the Guild, and you could be a part of it. On 15th March, Mountford Hall will be transformed into the much-loved family favourite gameshow, and all the glitz and glamour that comes along with it. All in the name of the Guild’s key charities – Papyrus, Mencap Liverpool, Options...

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A House Through Time: Series Review

BBC2’s documentary series A House Through Time recently concluded, and everybody is still talking about the fascinating tales that occurred within 62 Falkner Street. The four-part series follows University of Liverpool alumni and broadcaster David Olusoga, as he tells the stories of those who lived in a single house in Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter, from 1840 to the present. As students living in the city, this is the perfect opportunity to spot recognisable areas, whilst enriching your knowledge of the history of Liverpool. The saying ‘if walls could talk’ certainly applies to this series, as Olusoga and his team uncover...

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Blog for LGBT+ History Month this February

February marks LGBT+ History month in the UK, the annual celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, as well as the history of civil rights and gay rights movements. It’s a month to reflect and engage with the LGBT+ community and educate yourself more on this fascinating history. If you have an LGBT+ role model or hero, why not get  involved in celebrating them during LGBT+ history month? As part of his blog, Wilde About History, Joe Ferguson, in collaboration with Tor Smith, are looking for writers to contribute to their month long blog series about LGBT+ people who inspire...

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Free PHO life competition open now!

Fancy winning free delicious Vietnamese dishes PHO life? Now could be your chance! Pho Cafe, located in the popular area of Bold Street, is known and loved for its incredible Vietnamese meals and friendly service, by both locals and students alike. Not only does Pho Liverpool already offer students an amazing 15% off  when they dine in, as long as they’ve got their student card with them, but now they’re giving you a chance to win free food at the restaurant forever, in their ‘Free PHO life’ competition.             Running until mid-February, the Free PHO...

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Tickets on sale for Philosophy and Media Winter Ball!

This December, both Philosophy and the Communications & Media societies are teaming up to host a spectacular Winter Ball – and it’s open to everyone. Whether you study one of the courses, are friends with somebody who does, or just fancy yourself a fun night out on the run up to Christmas, this ball is not one to miss! The Winter Ball will take place on Monday 4th December from 6pm, at Revolution de Cuba on the Albert Docks. The dress code is smart casual – so no tracksuits, trainers or sports wear allowed! This is the perfect opportunity to...

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