The Liverpool Arabic Centre (LAC) is delighted to be working with the Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) for year’s LightNight 2019.
17:30 – 22:00
Liverpool Town Hall | High St, Liverpool L2 3SW
Liverpool Arabic Centre and Liverpool Arab Arts Festival invite visitors to drop into a traditional Arabic ‘Living Room’.
Food and hospitality forms a significant part of Arabic culture; the ritual of communal eating is vital to traditional and religious ceremonies and events across the Middle East. Arab recipes, food and culinary traditions help to preserve cultures, while often connecting Arabs living abroad to home. These simple daily rituals are a pillar of everyday life. For some cultures, these actions are a form of resistance in the face of war and displacement.
Creating an atmosphere of traditional Arab hospitality, Liverpool Arab Arts Festival will share traditional Arab music, dress, storytelling and Yemeni biscuits and tea with visitors until 20:30. This informal and welcoming atmosphere will celebrate the differences, but most importantly the commonalities, between domestic life in Western and Middle Eastern cultures through the most basic of human rituals.
This event is part of the tenth annual LightNight Liverpool, the free one-night arts festival, which is taking place on Friday 17 May 2019.
On LightNight, Liverpool springs to life for a Friday night out like no other. With new commissions and a packed programme of more than 100 events, the festival offers an unforgettable experience to be enjoyed with friends and family. Venues across the city will stay open late to present live music, workshops, theatre, exhibitions and much more.
For 2019 LightNight explores personal and collective rituals, from the spiritual to the habitual, and consider how they help us to understand the world and define, or transcend, our place within it.
Festival guides can be purchased from selected outlets across the city centre or ordered online at www.lightnightliverpool.co.uk.
LightNight is produced by local social enterprise Open Culture.
For the full LightNight programme, please visit: http://lightnightliverpool.co.uk
The Liverpool Arabic Centre is pleased to announce the launch of the project “Aden Narratives” documentary phase 2. The Launch will include screening the phase 1 film which was produced by young people from the Liverpool Arabic Centre. This features interviews with the British Veterans who lived and served in Aden during the 50’s & 60’s, capturing their experience and stories at that time. After the screening our young people will be keen to hear & interview Veterans and Community Elders who lived in Aden at the time.
Please join us celebrating this achievement together with your friends and family.
Date: 31st Jan. 2019
Time: 3:00pm – 6.00pm
University of Liverpool
126 Mount Pleasant
Liverpool L3 5SR
Opposite to the Liverpool metropolitan Cathedral
هل عشت في عدن خلال خمسينيات وسيتينيات القرن الماضي؟
هل لديك حكاية أو ذكريات أو ذكريات أثناء التواجد البريطاني في عدن في ذلك الوقت؟
هل تحب المشاركة؟
نحن بحاجة إلى الإستماع إلي
يسر إدارة المركز العربي في مدينة ليفربول أن تعلن عن تدشين المرحلة الثانية من الفيلم الوثائقي “حكايات من عدن”، والذي أنتجه شباب وشابات المركز العربي وسوف يتم عرضة في جامعة ليفربول في العنوان أعلاه. وبعد ذلك سوف نقوم بإجراء مقابلات تسجيلية مع قدامى المحاربين البريطانيين وأيضا كبار السن اليمنيين الذين عاشوا
وخدموا في تلك الحقبة في عدن خلال الخمسينيات والستينيات من القرن الماضي
للمشاركة يرجي التواصل مع الأخ/ نجيب الحكيمي على موبايل رقم 07787537872 أو الحضور شخصيا في التاريخ والوقت المذكوران أعلاه
The Liverpool Arabic Centre Supplementary School in collaboration with the University of Liverpool deliver a Saturday programme of GCSE mentoring lessons in English, Maths and Science throughout the year. Sessions usually run on a Saturday morning from 10.30am to 1.30pm over a six week period. Attendance for all sessions is compulsory.
To register for future programmes, please contact us.
We can help advocating on your behalf on health, education, employment, benefits and general welfare.
- No appointments required! Just come along on any of the following days:
- Monday: 12 – 3pm
- Tuesday: 12:30 – 3.30pm
- Wednesday: 12 – 3pm
- Thursday: 12 – 4pm
The activities take place every Wednesday at Harthill Youth Centre, Wellington Road, L15 4JN between 6-8pm
- The activities includes the following:
- Meet and greet
- Health and wellbeing activities
- Traditional Games
- Arts & Crafts work
- Sports activities
- Coffee & soft drink
The Liverpool Arabic Centre is starting to offer legal consultations on immigration and other matters every Monday between 2-4pm at The Arabic Centre office in Lodge Lane. The service is provided by the well known solicitor Mr Dip Choudhry of BMD law. To book an appointment please contact us