News from the dock

New firm to lead £58m transformation of museums at the dock 

World-renowned design firm, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBStudios) has been appointed as the new team that will lead the architectural design of a £58m major redevelopment of the International Slavery Museum…

Royal Albert Dock is named as one of the most photographed buildings

Royal Albert Dock has been ranked as the UK’s 5th most photographed building at night, with 100 out of every 1,000 pictures of the dock being snapped once the sun had set….

The Beatles Story launches ‘Bed In and Be Kind This Christmas’ charity appeal

The Beatles Story will be launching a recreation of the famous ‘John & Yoko Bed In’ to support local charity KIND on Friday 8 December, inviting visitors to drop off donations of pyjamas to…

Penny Lane sign goes on display in The Beatles Story

The oldest known Penny Lane sign has gone on display in The Beatles Story, 47 years after it was stolen by drunken students….

Joe Lycett to unveil giant toilet in Liverpool to mark new podcast launch

Joe Lycett will unveil a giant, inflatable portable toilet, The Turdis, at Royal Albert Dock on Thursday 23rd November to mark the launch of his new-brand podcast, Turdcast….

Community activist heads up International Slavery Museum

Community activist Michelle Charters has become the first Black woman to lead the International Slavery Museum – the only national museum in the world dedicated to the history of the…

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