Guide Live: World War One remembered in Wednesday’s 2 minute roundup

Today’s Guide Live is packed with exclusive news for Liverpool.

First up, MNEK will be performing live at the Gay Time Honour Awards official after party at Cunard Building, and you’re invited! More info here. 

Sticking with music, if you’re a 80/90’s kid then get 28th September 2019 in your diary as the likes of Haddaway, Corona, Ace of Base and Culture Beat are bringing an old skool disco to the Echo Arena.

Remembrance Sunday is just a few days away and alongside the stunning tribute of scrolling names that’s being projected at Exchange Flags this week, we can exclusively reveal that Lime Street will feature its very own, specially commissioned art work this weekend. Marking the centenary of the end of World War One, Lime Street’s new development, above the Crown pub will feature a 25ft light projection of poet, Wilfred Owen. More on that here.

We’re not done with the exclusives yet! MetQuarter have revealed plans to open a 16,000 sq ft indoor food market which will house 10 different kitchens operated by local chefs.

Liverpool Famous Grotto 2018 opens it’s doors this Saturday and having enjoyed decades in Lewis’ then Rapid, the grotto team is looking for it’s oldest visitor. Do your grandparents have fond memories of meeting Santa at Lewis’s? Tag @CityAttraction on your social media memories and photos to be in with a chance of winning a family ticket.

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