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Paul Du Noyer in Conversation
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Liverpool: A Wondrous Place
Paul Noyer is to hold a talk about his acclaimed book Liverpool: A Wondrous Place at The Bluecoat Arts Centre this Friday 28th February.
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The book takes a unique look at the role the city played in the development of British pop culture and explores the very roots of Scouse culture, from its deep links with America and the overwhelming Irish influence, showing how Liverpool has never lost its distinctive creative energy.

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Paul Du Noyer at BBC Radio Merseyside

Even before the Beatles, Liverpool produced its first true rock n roll star, Billy Fury. Ever since there has been a stream of stars - from Merseybeat to Echo and the Bunnymen, Elvis Costello, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The La's and Atomic Kitten.

Born in Liverpool, Paul has been a music writer for over twenty years, starting his career at NME he went on to edit Q magazine and founded Mojo in 1994.

Paul will be discussing the book with BBC Radio Merseyside's pop expert Mike Brocken and will inviting questions from the audience
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Friday 28th February 2003, 8pm
Bluecoat Arts Centre
Tickets £3



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