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Saturday 16th May: 1 - 4.30pm



(15-25 years) Join the notorious Tim Quinn for an exclusive, hands-on workshop to make your own comic book creation! Tim Quinn: scriptwriter, illustrator and editor for The Beano, The Dandy & Dr Who Magazine, before heading Stateside to work for Marvel Comics on the world famous Spider-Man, X-Men and The Incredible Hulk.

Liverpool Central Library, William Brown Street, L3 8EW
1 - 2.30pm 

Free. Booking advised:


Panel Discussion:
Leading comic book writers from Marvel and DC Comics come to Liverpool to explore the links between UK and American graphic novels. Tim Quinn (Spider-Man, The Beano), Charlie Adlard (Walking Dead) and Emma Vieceli (Girl Comics) take the stage to tell you their stories, give tips and answer your questions.

Liverpool Central Library, William Brown Street, L3 8EW
3- 4pm 

TICKETS HERE: £6/£3. Advance Ticket Purchase Essential. The Philharmonic, 0151 709 3789


Tim Quinn: Scriptwriter, illustrator and editor for The Beano, The Dandy, Dr Who Magazine, before heading Stateside to work for Marvel Comics on the world famous Spider-Man, X-Men and the Incredible Hulk, (to name just a few!) Tim has also worked as a writer for the Guardian newspaper, editor for America’s oldest publication The Saturday Evening Post and producer for LWT’s The South Bank Show as well as producing a show on the history of Marvel Comics.

Charlie Adlard: Charlie has spent the majority of his time working on critically acclaimed The Walking Dead, for which he received many industry awards. In his time as a cartoonist he has worked on many other projects as far reaching as Mars Attacks, The X-Files, Judge Dredd, Savage, Batman, X-Men, Superman etc and creator-owned projects of Astronauts In Trouble, Codeflesh, Rock Bottom, and White Death.

Emma Vieceli: Emma Vieceli's work includes the bestselling Vampire Academy graphic novel series for Penguin Random House, the Yalsa 2013-recommended Avalon Chronicles for Oni Press and the critically acclaimed independent web series, Breaks. She is now working on a series for Walker books and provides guest art for titles like Marvel’s Young Avengers & Vertigo’s Dead Boy Detectives. Alongside comics, she worked on the A&E television series, Bates Motel, providing the sketchbook found by Norman Bates.


Wednesday 31st January: Rap Vs Rhyme Showcase

Date: Wednesday 31st January 
Time: 7pm - 9pm (doors open at 6.45 pm) 
Venue: Studio 2 Parr Street, L1 4JN
Free Entry 

Featuring international recording artists TL & emerging rap talent C-Two and Miss Deep, witness the climax of WoW's Rap Vs Rhyme project with the debut of Liverpool's newest spoken word and rap talent.  

Wednesday 24th January: Tony Schumacher in conversation with Mike Morris

Register your place here
Date: Wednesday 24th January 
Time: 1.30pm - 3pm
Venue: Central Library, William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EW

Our first Enterprise Hub event for 2018 is on Wednesday 24th, 1.30pm, at Central Library, and features acclaimed novelist Tony Schumacher in-conversation with WoW Co-Director Mike Morris, about his latest novel, An Army of One, which concludes his enthralling John Rossett trilogy. Tony has been a policeman, stand-up comedian, bouncer, jeweller, taxi driver, perfume salesman, actor, and garbage collector, among others, and he will be talking to Mike about how he survived while writing his first novel – the perfect guest for Enterprise Hub! There’ll be time to talk to Tony about his life and work, and staff on hand to give advice about being referred to Enterprise Hub Business Advisors.

The event is free but please register a place here

Wednesday 24th January: Jigsaw Book Launch

Date: Wednesday 24th January 2018 
Time: 7pm
Venue: Studio 2 (Parr Street Studios 33-45 Parr Street, Liverpool L1 4JN)

Jigsaw is a captivating collection of diverse stories, poems, reviews, articles and observations. Each piece in this anthology, from the humorous to the heartbreaking, highlights the quality writing produced by the participants and the diversity of skills learnt on the Write to Work course. Please join us in celebrating the launch of this third book, with readings from the writers and the opportunity to meet them all.

This will be an exciting opportunity to exclusively listen to new local Liverpool talent. The success of the Write to Work programme has been far reaching with writers having gone on to have articles published in The Guardian, become freelance copywriters and proofreaders, as well as obtaining full time jobs within the arts sector.   

Write to Work
is a twelve-week programme, helping unemployed learners explore a diverse range of writing skills, from blogging to review writing to copy writing, serving as a route to employment, further education or vocational training. 

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Address:  Toxteth Library, Windsor Street, Liverpool, L8 1TH
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Tel:  0151 703 0020

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