Ahead of his final concerts, Stuart Miles O'Hara speaks to the conductor who transformed Merseyside's oldest musical institution.
Celebrating 50 years of the Scottie Press' community journalism, activism and north Liverpool self-determination
Stuart O’Hara looks local and makes the case for finding our two feet on two wheels in the age of the new normal
On Paul Rafferty’s 30th birthday, the name of an imaginary band appeared in his head. Nine years down the line and the band are finally ready to play.
Force of nature and head of Merseyside Dance Initiative for 25 years, Karen Gallagher, reflects on dance as a force for good in our world and our city.
Immortalised through their public acts of defiance and revered by revolutionaries across the globe, PUSSY RIOT’s current tour is a revolutionary piece of theatre and music.
The World Cup is coming, and the greatest football festival in the world deserves the month-long celebration of the game’s vibrant culture that is coming to Liverpool this summer.
The glam rockers' guitarist Dave Hill talks to us about life beyond Noddy and THAT Christmas hit
Artists from a range of disciplines will come together to commemorate 70 years of Indian independence, using Steve Reich's Different Trains as their starting point. Stuart Miles O'Hara finds out more.
The warm embrace of Loved Ones’ rich, wholesome sound is one of the great strengths of the West Kirby quartet’s latest album, Harness
We speak to the director of Opera North's acclaimed production of Puccini’s deadly romance Turandot
Stuart Miles O'Hara subjects himself to the twin-drum assault and otherworldly prog noise of Barberos - but what did he learn?