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As part of Liverpool’s ‘Light Night’, the University will celebrate with a talk by a local historian.
On Friday 13 May at 7pm, local legend Frank Carlyle will speak about ‘The History of Liverpool’, providing a fascinating insight into the Victoria Building itself along with social and architectural history around the surrounding city.
The talk in the Victoria Gallery & Museum’s (VG&M) Leggate Theatre will be followed by question and answer session. Tickets for the talk cost £5 and there will be an opportunity for a glass of wine and chat in the salubrious setting of VG&M’s Grand Entrance Hall.
For further information contact VG&M Reception on 0151 794 2348 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Light Night is a citywide celebration of Liverpool’s world-class arts and culture attractions when visitors of all ages will be able to follow an exciting trail of events at city centre hot spots and enjoy a ‘Friday night out – with a difference’. For further details visit the website.
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