Don’t worry if you missed last week as this is your second helping of our brand new ‘not just’ Vintage Fairs with Memory Lane. Another chance to find something special and unique for yourself or someone you regard highly!
Sunday 13th July: Bike Doctors! 11.00 – 14.00
The good weather is here again so dust off the arl Racer, oil up your BMX and scrape the mud off the mountain bike. The Brink is doing free bike services courtesy of the amazing Bike Doctors from Re-Cycles. Having been in hibernation during the winter months they’re back with this incredible service (for any working parts that need replacing there may be a small charge).
Monday 14th July Brazilica Festival – Film Exclusive 18.00 – 20.00 ‘Estomago’
For the first time in Brazilica’s long and successful history in Liverpool FILM is being incorporated into the programme, and The Brink is delighted to play host. Not just any old film of course but carefully hand-picked ones that sit nicely in the theme of Brazilica. ESTOMAGO is An amazing way to kick off it off: “The world is made of those who eat and those who get eaten. Raimundo Nonato finds an alternative way: he cooks. What he learns, are a series of rules he uses to his advantage: in the end, the cook must also get his share of food and only he knows which part tastes best. Estômago is an adult fable on power, sex and cooking.”
Thursday 17th July Brazilica Festival – Film Exclusive 18.00 – 20.00 ‘Tropicalia’
In keeping with the Brazilica theme another superb documentary which explores in depth the complex revolutionary attitude and the prevailing culture in Brazil just a few decades ago. “Tropicália wasn’t a style or a movement as much as an atmosphere, a rush of youthful, cosmopolitan, liberationist optimism that broke over Brazil like a sun shower and soaked into everything: art, music, fashion, film, theater, literature” New York Times.
Sunday 20th July Young Musicians Acoustic Sessions 16.00 – 19.00
It seems there is an infinite sea of young talent in this fair city, many of it makes its way to Brink shores once a month to create a sparkling afternoon of vibrant performance. Headed by local singer songwriter Dominic Dunn who makes his own musical waves in the city, Young Musicians is always Free of Charge, so come and round off the weekend nicely with some cool acoustic vibes. Keep an eye on our social media for the line up! Facebook: The Brink Liverpool. Twitter @Brinkliverpool
Friday 25th July House Work – Dry Rave with Alan Cook
The last Friday of the month is always reserved for partying, ‘dry’ style of course. This classic club night features DJ Al and some quality guests, bringing you the underground sound of House, Deep House and Tech House with a taste of Techno and a good dose of Old School.
The Brink, 15-21 Parr Street, L1 4JN