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With its soaring Corinthian columns and in-the-round auditorium, the impressive Neo-Grecian Black-E is one of the city’s most imposing arts spaces. Recently rescued thanks to a multi-million pound grant, the venue (at the entrance to Chinatown) is a touchstone for the city’s community and inclusive arts scene.

Expect the unexpected here – from Senegalese drumming to Samba, a cappella singing (the excellent Sense of Sound choir often performs here) to Chinese New Year celebrations. If you’re looking for a manifestation of Liverpool’s oft-cited ‘World In One City’ tag, the Black-E’s the place to find it.

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