Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.
  • Liverpool News
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    Wirral ‘Warrior’ Fulfils Comedy Ambition With Latest Book

    A breast cancer warrior and Amazon best-selling author from Wirral is hoping readers will “chuckle all the way through” her latest book – set to launch on 6 October. Estelle Maher, 51, has turned her hand to comedy after finding award success in the fantasy genre, and then penning a book based on her own cancer journey. In her latest work, ‘Dear Jane, Love Daisy’, the Noctorum resident tells the story of two fifty-something women…

  • Football
    From Fingertips To Victory - How Goalkeeper Gloves Impact Penalty Shootouts

    From Fingertips To Victory: How Goalkeeper Gloves Impact Penalty Shootouts

    Penalty shootouts in football are the crucible where games are won or lost. In these high-pressure moments, the goalkeeper’s choice of gloves can be the fine line between triumph and defeat. This article delves deep into the profound influence goalkeeper gloves wield during penalty shootouts, offering a deeper understanding of their impact. Grip and Control: The grip of goalkeeper gloves is what makes them so important. The latex foam in glove palms is engineered to…

  • Shopping In Liverpool
    Sook To Bring Its Pop-Up Flexible Retail Space To Liverpool ONE

    Sook To Bring Its Pop-Up Flexible Retail Space To Liverpool ONE

    Sook, the pop-up retail space operator, has signed to take over a unit on Liverpool ONE’s Upper South John Street. Set to open at the start of November, the site will be the brand’s first foray into the North-West and operate for three months. The pop-up will be the third partnership between Sook and Grosvenor following two successful engagements in London. The versatile 1,250 sq ft space will offer leases ranging from three days to a month,…

  • Lifestyle
    Buying A Used Luxury Car - Is It Worth The Investment?

    Buying A Used Luxury Car: Is It Worth The Investment?

    When it comes to purchasing a vehicle, there’s an undeniable allure to the idea of driving a luxurious, high-end car. The thought of cruising in a stylish vehicle with all the premium features can be enticing, but the price tag on a brand-new luxury automobile often leaves us questioning our choices. This is where the appeal of pre-owned luxury cars comes into play. But is investing in a used luxury car truly worth it? In…

  • Business
    A Mini Makeover for Your Liverpool-Based Business That You Can Start Today

    A Mini Makeover for Your Liverpool-Based Business That You Can Start Today

    Keeping your business looking the part and highly professional is a vital part of being successful. However, it can also be time-consuming and, if you don’t know what you’re doing, frustrating. There are, however, some areas that will make a big difference with very little work on your part, which you may want to get started on sooner rather than later. 1. Refresh your Website Your website is probably one of the first points of…

  • Things to do in Liverpool
    Fun Things To Do In Liverpool - Rollerdrome at the Invisible Wind Factory

    22 Fun Things To Do In Liverpool

    Visiting the best city in the world? Here’s our list of fun things to do in Liverpool, ranging from child-friendly days out and gaming arcades to boozy crazy golf and axe throwing. 1. Play Crazy Golf Golf Fang in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle We all love crazy golf, right? Well, topping our list of fun things to do in Liverpool are two amazing crazy golf places in Liverpool that we highly recommend. The Baltic Triangle’s Golf Fang…

  • Theatre in Liverpool
    High Times And Dirty Monsters at Liverpool Everyman Theatre

    Hip Hop Theatre Show High Times And Dirty Monsters Is Coming To The Everyman

    Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, along with 20 Stories High, Graeae Theatre, and LEEDS 2023, present radical hip hop production High Times and Dirty Monsters. Gathering the voices of young disabled and neurodivergent artists, it premieres at Liverpool Everyman from Monday 9 to Saturday 14 October 2023, ahead of a nationwide tour. Actor and multimedia artist Joséphine-Fransilja Brookman (A Pigment of Your Imagination, Pleasance Theatre Futures Festival) joins forces with dancer and actor Jayden Reid, who has…

  • Theatre in Liverpool
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    Lemn Sissay Breathes New Life into Kafka’s Metamorphosis with His Poetic Vision

    Following the acclaimed sell-out tour of Othello last year, Frantic Assembly returns to Liverpool Playhouse from Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 October with their thrilling reimagining of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis. Combining the fluidity and lyricism of BAFTA-nominated poet Lemn Sissay OBE’s adaptation, the production depicts on stage a powerful and poetic transformation of the struggles of people within a system.  Graduate of the Everyman and Playhouse Theatres award-winning Young Everyman Playhouse [YEP] programme, Felipe Pacheco (Othello,Everyman; The Responder, BBC; Brassic, Sky One) will play the main role of Gregor,…

  • Liverpool News
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    Weekly Noise: Week #33

    Weekly Noise is a short and straightforward way of sharing Liverpool’s trending news and topics in the form of a weekly poem. Laura Chonzi will take the top trending hashtags or stories on social media and turn them into a ten-line poetic masterpiece for each week of the month, hence the name. Another week, another storm,Hopefully this doesn’t become the norm.Apparently Disease X could be the next pandemic,But please don’t overthink lest you panic.On the…

  • Things to do in Liverpool
    One Of The UK's Biggest Oktoberfest's Comes To Liverpool

    One Of The UK’s Biggest Oktoberfest’s Comes To Liverpool

    One of the UK’s biggest Oktoberfest’s is coming to Liverpool next month. The three day extravaganza is taking over the city’s waterfront Exhibition Centre from 26 – 28 October with thousands of revellers expected to join in the fun. The event features live oompah bands, steins of beer, food vendors, plenty of lederhosen, and a huge 30m bar. Paul Laing from Oktoberfest Liverpool said: “Our event coincides with the famous festival in Munich and is the biggest…

  • Business
    Protecting Your Business In A Digital Age - How To Keep Your Data Safe

    Protecting Your Business In A Digital Age: How To Keep Your Data Safe

    The digital age has transformed and enhanced opportunities for entrepreneurs, but constant innovation brings new dangers. Keeping sensitive data secure takes specific knowledge and strategies, presenting one of the most significant challenges for SMEs using e-commerce platforms. Keeping client data secure is an important part of your corporate responsibility. Ensuring that you remain compliant with the Data Protection Act means that you need to notify colleagues, clients, and suppliers about how you intend to use…

  • Food and Drink in Liverpool
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    Exciting Music Programme Announced As Part Of The Roof Project’s Tailgate Food and Drink Festival

    Liverpool bar and social space The Roof Project launched its Tailgate Food and Drink Festival this week, and whilst eating and drinking is at its heart, it also includes some generous side servings of live music and DJs. Running across four consecutive weekends until Sunday 15 October, Tailgate features take-overs of the Gradwell Street venue by a number of the North West’s leading bars, restaurants and craft breweries.  The event kicked off this weekend with…

  • Bars in Liverpool
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    Baa Bar Reveals ‘Game-Changing’ New Interior

    One of Liverpool’s longest running venues has unveiled a brand new look this week. Located on Fleet Street in the city’s Ropewalks District, Baa Bar opened its doors back in 1991 and apart from during lockdown has never closed. Considered a right of passage for students and young people alike, Baa Bar has always been known to be at the cutting edge of design and innovaton and this Summer the two-floor bar and club has…

  • Art Exhibitions in Liverpool
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    FACT Celebrates 20th Birthday With Weekend of Free Events

    On Friday 20 and Saturday 21 October 2023, FACT celebrates its 20th Birthday with a weekend of free events for all to enjoy. Marking two decades since the opening of the acclaimed arts centre in Liverpool, the celebrations include the unveiling of two new major exhibitions, talks by contemporary artists and influential figures, family-friendly activities, the grand opening of Studio/Lab – a dedicated space for artistic experimentation, and a birthday party. Friday 20 October 2023…

  • Liverpool News
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    Frank Rogers Cements Its Future With New Charitable Foundation To Mark 50th Year

    A leading Liverpool building contractor has set up a charitable foundation and committed to donating £50,000 to good causes in the next 12 months to mark its 50th year of trading. Originally formed in in the early 1970s by its namesake, Frank Rogers will officially celebrate an impressive five decades in business by launching ‘The FR Foundation’, which will see it making an enhanced commitment to fundraising each year to deserving causes in the communities…

  • Business
    Tools To Boost The Image of Your Home Business

    Tools To Boost The Image of Your Home Business

    Home-based businesses are full of passionate people just hoping that their dream will come true. If you are smart and hardworking, you can even make that dream into a fully-fleshed reality. What’s hard to overcome, however, is the competition. When there are larger and more established businesses out there doing either the exact same thing you are or only slightly differently, it can be difficult to get your feet on the ground. The good news…

  • Health
    How To Look After Your Eyesight

    How To Look After Your Eyesight 

    Our eyes are precious. It’s essential that we take care of them.  However, if you’ve always had good, clear vision, it’s understandable that you might not have given much thought to looking after your eyesight. But it’s important to get into good habits even if you’re not experiencing any issues.  Whether you’ve been meaning to learn more about ensuring your eyesight remains good or you’re well-versed in going for check-ups, here’s a look at the…

  • Theatre in Liverpool
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    Bleak, Brilliant And Beautifully Acted – Boys From The Blackstuff At The Royal Court

    In the lead-up to the new stage adaptation of Boys from the Blackstuff, Alan Bleasdale’s said: “Things haven’t changed, it was unemployment then and people signing on…the dreadful thing is bad things are still happening to the same people. Is the quality of life for people like us from where we come from not important?” Writer James Graham, known for hit TV drama Sherwood, about the long consequences of the 1984 miners’ strike, has collaborated with…

  • Lifestyle
    To Quit or Not to Quit - The Eight-Ball Question of Employment

    To Quit or Not to Quit: The Eight-Ball Question of Employment

    Life’s riddles can often include tough questions like this one – should I quit my job? While the eight ball may suggest asking again later, your rent won’t wait around forever so we will tackle this question head on with some straight talk. Magic Eight-Ball, Guide Me!  Now if you are consulting an eight-ball for career decisions, perhaps some changes need to be made in your life. Yet we all understand it’s easier sometimes for…

  • Music
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    Euan Blackman Releases Haunting New Single ‘The Ballad of a Broken Machine’

    Following the release of his debut EP You Are the Rain back in April, rising Liverpool folk-pop artist Euan Blackman has returned with “one of the dreamiest songs [he’s] ever created”, The Ballad of a Broken Machine. Released on September 29, TBOABM is the second single from another upcoming EP, following the BBC Introducing-backed Burn back in July. An impressive feat of Euan’s is that he self-produces his own music, his production on this new…