Thursday, 20 January 2022

VIRTUAL AND NOMADIC MUSEUM FOR CHINATOWN

John Campbell and Moira Kenny: The Sound Agents are delighted to be partnering with  Jyakuen Phenix to design and produce both aVirtual and Nomadic Museum for Chinatown Liverpool.
 


A dear friend pictured outside San's cafe with Lynn on her trip to Liverpool from USA last year. 

Tuesday, 11 January 2022

BRITISH MUSIC EXPERIENCE EVENT

Date for your Diary: Thursday 26th May 2022 Time to be arranged. 

Then Along Came Lennon: A First Hand Account of Liverpool Art School Bands will be shown at The British Music Experience, Liverpool.

Q & A panel will include Steve Allen, John Wood, Deaf School, 
John Campbell, Henry Priestman, Martin Dempsey, Albert Dock/Yachts, 
AL "Bluesman" Peters, The Almost Blues. 



Monday, 29 November 2021

WORK IN PROGRESS: THE DEVELOPEMENT OF THE LIVERPOOL IRISH PROJECT


 The Sound Agents are currently developing The Liverpool Irish project. A 2 year umbrella title for a series of oral history audio/visual activities. Working in collaboration with:

 https://irelandxo.com/

https://www.irishcc.net/

https://www.liverpoolirishcentre.org/

https://www.liverpoolirishfestival.com/

Liverpool Record Office

@SeftonLibraries


Monday, 8 November 2021

THE CLAW

THE CLAW

Read by Eithne Browne as part of The Bootle Literary Festival November 2021


Written by The Sound Agents Moira Kenny, Sound by John J. Campbell as part of The Dockers Club a project working in collaboration with @SeftonLibraries and Sefton CVS. The story consists of  verbatim dialogue from face to face oral history recordings in meetings in Crosby Library and Bootle Library with Kevin Robinson and his former Registered Dock Worker colleagues. This project was funded by Awards for All

Many thanks to Leslie Davis, Andrew Farthing, Kevin Robinson, Andy Gilliard, Frank McKenna, John Brett, Joan Mason and Phil Nichols. Join the Dockers Club on Facebook

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