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Pull up a Chair Productions

£1,000 for widening access to performing arts for young people. Pull up a Chair Productions is a non-profit touring theatre company ...
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Tmesis Theatre

Tmesis Theatre was founded in 2003 and creates, develops and shares world-class physical theatre through performance, participation and an international ...
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20 Stories High

£1,000 towards Melody Loses Her Mojo. 20 Stories High creates challenging theatre and attracts new audiences with a mix of ...
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Family Friendly Art Play

£1,000 supporting family activities at the Williamson Art Gallery. Targeting hard to reach families, Family Friendly Art Play at the ...
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DaDaFest

£10,000 towards DaDaFest’s ‘Art of the Lived Experiment’. DaDaFest is a professional disability and deaf arts organisation, based in Liverpool which has developed ...
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Plaza Community Cinema

£3,975 for young people with autism to explore society’s perceptions of disability. The Plaza Community Cinema works to meet the ...
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Sola Arts  

£3,646 for people with dementia. SOLA ARTS is grassroots community arts organisation based in Liverpool specialising in supporting refugees, asylum ...
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Hope Street Ltd

£4,250 towards the Spring Heeled Jack project. Hope Street Ltd focuses its support on communities in Everton that have become ...
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FACT

£5,950 for FACT’s Older People’s programme. FACT is a Liverpool-based cinema, art gallery and a leading organisation for the support ...
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Africa Oyé  

Africa Oyé, the UK's largest free celebration of African music and culture and takes place annually in Liverpool. Beginning in ...
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