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LCR Culture & Creativity Awards 2024 – People’s Choice

2023 People's Choice Winners - World In One City

People's Choice 2024

Voting for 2024 People’s Choice Award has now closed!

Thank you to everyone who voted. The winner will be announced at the Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Awards on 7th March 2024.

Below are the six finalists who faced the public vote for the coveted title of People’s Choice – Outstanding Contribution to Culture in this year’s Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Awards.

The winner – voted for by you – will have made an outstanding contribution to culture and creativity, which has made a significant difference to the quality of life at either local, borough or City Region level.

Sarah McLaughlin – Creative Balance

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Creative Balance provides therapeutic art services across the city region. They collaborate with education providers, art clubs and workshops, to create 1:1 sessions and charitable projects with the aim to inspire and support the community through creative expression, networks and friendships.

Imaginarium Theatre

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Imaginarium Theatre is a community-based theatre company in Knowsley specialising in outdoor performance. An associate company of Shakespeare North Playhouse with a thriving youth theatre, they offer workshops to schools and their productions of Shakespeare tour annually to parks and gardens across the area.

Writing on The Wall (WoW)

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Writing On The Wall is a dynamic, Liverpool-based social enterprise, which celebrates writing in all its forms and promotes and supports equality, diversity and inclusion through year-round writing development projects and an annual month-long literature festival.

Africa Oyé

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Africa Oyé is the UK’s largest free celebration of music and culture from Africa and the Diaspora taking place annually in Liverpool. Beginning in 1992, the event has gone from strength to strength using cultural activity to bring about changes in attitude and cultural cohesion.

Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre

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Liverpool’s Royal Court is the friendliest theatre in the city. The theatre produces eight long running plays every year, mostly comedies and musicals with cast and crew largely from Liverpool. Sets are built in the city; rehearsals take place here and 95% of all money spent by the theatre goes back into the local economy.


Wirral History and Heritage Association

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The Wirral History and Heritage Association represents more than 90 local history groups and societies to support and foster a range of local heritage initiatives such as the largest annual history fair in the North-West and the Wirral programme for the national Heritage Open Days scheme which gives free public access to heritage sites and events.

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