Monthly Archive: May 2012

Wallasey Library


Tuesday 8th May 2012 6.30pm Friends meeting

 Thursday 10th May 2012 7pm Quiz Night

 Saturday 12th May 2012 10-1 2-4pm Norwegian Day

 Thursday 17th May 2012 6.30pm Malcolm Lowry in Norway

 Saturday 19th May 2012 3pm Wirral Viking talk

By Prof Stephen Harding

Thursday 31st May 2012 6.30pm Friends meeting

 Saturday 2nd June 2012 2-4pm Jubilee Party

 Tuesday 26th June 2012 6.30pm Friends meeting

 Thursday 12th July 2012 6.30pm Cheese and wine eve

 Sat/Sun 28/29 July 2012 Heritage weekend

 Thursday 26th July 2012 Friends meeting

Sunset Dawn


Friday 22 June 2012

Putting New Brighton at the forefront

of a global vision

The Sunset Dawn is a global arts and media festival connecting the midsummer sunset over New Brighton with dawn breaking over Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney. Join us through a White Night of world music and entertainment and celebrate the dawn breaking over Liverpool as the sun sets over California…

Fort Perch Rock: 7pm – 8pm: doors open to visit Fort

8pm – 10.30pm stage show of world music, dance, comedy and poems into the sunset featuring China Pearl and our regular fireside bards. (Tickets £5 available from 1 June via

Floral Pavilion: 9.30pm – 11pm: music and poetry for the sunset in the

Panoramic Lounge. (Free entry)

4.00am – 6.00am (Saturday) music and poetry for the dawn

with coffee and breakfast at the cafe. (Free entry)

Grosvenor Casino: open 24/7 with themed music and entertainment

from around the world and food and drink to keep the party going! (Free member only entry – pre-registration advised via


Light Cinema: Friday – Sunday (24 June): Koyaanisqatsi Life on Earth seen through the prophetic wisdom of the Hopi elders, with a soundtrack by Philip Glass. (Pay on the door or pre-book via


A Sunset Dawn exhibition with photographs, poems and an exposition of the thinking behind this visionary festival will run from Monday afternoon 18 June to Saturday afternoon 23 June at the Floral Pavilion.



Contact: tel Tim Kingham 07828 392788