Hope and Glory Festival

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TICKETS: www.HopeAndGloryFestival.co.uk

Exclusive FREE entry to the HOPE & GLORY secret party!

Do you want FREE tickets to HOPE & GLORY’s top-secret, exclusive,pre-festival party with live music and more?

Of course you do, but you’ve got to be quick!

If you’re one of the first people to buy a weekend ticket, you’ll also get exclusive free – yes FREE! – tickets to a special secret gig on the Friday night before the festival (4 August).

A raucous evening of fun in preparation for a wild weekend ahead, there’ll be performances by one of the North West’s most legendary music artists, as well as more secrets to be revealed at the show.

Are we going to tell you who’s playing? Of course not, that would spoil the surprise. This is the HOPE & GLORY SECRET PARTY!!

Buy your weekend tickets now to secure your place at this incredible extra night of HOPE & GLORY fun.

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Kapucia’s Concious Cinema Presents “What The Health”

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Kapucia’s Conscious Cinema is in our main studio kitted out with a large projector screen & plenty of bean bags, cushions & chairs. Our first showing presents the outstanding documentary “What the health”.

Filmmaker Kip Andersen uncovers the secret to preventing and even reversing chronic diseases, and he investigates why the nation’s leading health organizations doesn’t want people to know about it.

It highlights the myth that nutrition is separate to medicine, and uncovers raw and obvious truths that once seen cannot be forgotten.

An inspiring and educational documentary to be enjoyed with like-minded individuals and Kapucia raw food and a comfortable surroundings. Grab a beanbag!

Being served on the day:

All of our food products are made with 100% Organic ingredients.

Coconut bacon, Lettuce and Tomato flatbreads
Courgetti
Cashew Cheese Ploughman’s
Smoothies
Sweet treats including Cacao Balls, Fudge Brownies
Cacao Elixirs
Matcha Tea plus more…

Date: Sunday 13th August
Time: 6pm
Cost: £5 (which is redeemable against any food and drink being served)

Venue

Kapucia, 27 Lord St, Liverpool L2, UK

To find out more click here

Lana Del Ray – Echo Arena

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Totally Excited for one of my favourite Miss Chiefs (not from Merseyside though)

Lana Del Rey will play two UK arena dates next month.

Following the release of her new record, ‘Lust For Life’, last week and a sold out last minute stop at the O2 Academy Brixton on Monday, she has confirmed a show at Liverpool’s Echo Arena on August 22 and the SSE Hydro in Glasgow the following day.

Ticket presale begins Sat 29/07/17 at 09:00am and tickets will go on general sale at 9am on July 31, here:
http://tidd.ly/36b51e61

Corporate Wellness Experience

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Corporate wellness experiences

What to expect from a day at Kapucia

Mental health issues such as anxiety and depression are among the top 5 reasons employees are absent from work.

An active dedication to wellness within the workplace is required in order to keep absenteeism to a minimum, the link between wellness and producitivity is well known.

The east has been embracing alternative therapies and remedies for thousands of years. This knowledge is invaluable to our western lifestyle and way of life.

Our Kapucia team, having been active in the corporate world, have devised a programme to counteract the stresses and strains of life within the demanding world of business.

At our wellness day, attendees will be treated to an array of relaxation treatments and techniques, such as:

* Meditation
* Yoga
* Reiki
* Massage
* Acupuncture
* Pandorastar
* Raw Plant-Based Food Tasters

We are holding a FREE event to introduce these treatments to HR/wellbeing representatives from companies that feel they may benefit from having more relaxed employees.

Venue

Kapucia, 27 Lord St, Liverpool L2, UK

To find out more information click here

 

 

Folk On The Dock

16115048_1504234306268484_7186681034857499957_n Folk on the dock returns this summer – showcasing the very best in folk, roots and acoustic music.

The first artists confirmed to appear on the free Dock Stage include the Brighton-based, multi-award winning band, MOULETTES, former Coral guitarist, Lee Southall – who recently released his debut, solo album, Iron In The Fire – and Anglo/Americana trio, Wildwood Kin, who will be releasing their new album just a few weeks prior to the festival.

Legendary radio presenter and LIPA patron, Janice Long will be returning to host the Dock Stage. Each day she will be introducing one new act of her own choice in a newly launched feature of ‘Janice Long Presents…’.

Folk on the Dock also incorporates The Liverpool Sea Shanty Festival, which continues to attract an impressive line-up of international performers. These include Belgium duo, 2sheets2thewind, all female Dutch choir, Viswjvenkoor, and, after celebrating 80 years since its original formation, Norwegian choir, Risor Shanty will also be performing. Seeing a welcome return to Folk on the Dock is local duo, Trim Rig and a Doxy, who will lead the Shanty Festival.

Interested artists and merchants can email programming@fitthebill.com, while volunteers should contact volunteers@fitthebill.com.

Join us on Twitter – @theAlbertDock #FolkDock17

To find out more info click here

Amy Crawley

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Amy Crawley is a travelling (Veggie) graduate.

Amy’s passion in life since a child has been to travel and see as much of the world as she can.  She had travelling around Australia, Asia, Europe, USA and Canada.

After studying her degree in Zoology she has now decided to move to Australia on a working Visa. She is now beginning her second year and shows now sign of slowing down.

Amy will be writing about her experiences, travel tips and hacks for travelling.

 

Sylvia Hall

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Sylvia Hall has been the custodian at Sir Paul McCartney’s former home in Liverpool for five years. Welcoming visitors from all over the world, Sylvia gives presentations about Paul’s musical journey from schoolboy to Beatle, tells McCartney family stories as relayed by Paul and Mike and gives background and social history. Visitor comments on Trip Advisor affirm that Sylvia ‘brings the house to life’.

Born in a Derbyshire mining village Sylvia went to Grammar school, became a ‘cub reporter’ for ‘The Derbyshire Times’ at the age of seventeen, worked for radio Derby and then gave up journalism to attend Nottingham University.

‘I so valued going to University because I went as a mature student and overcame a few barriers to get there. I had two children at the time and a first husband who opposed my doing a degree course. Earlier on my father had opposed me going into the sixth form at school. My GCE results weren’t great, I’d been too busy following bands and going to ‘all-nighters’ so my Dad took me to the Viyella factory to get me a job doing ‘piece work’.  I negotiated hard with my parents and they agreed I could do a secretarial course. I was a lousy secretary but the shorthand and typing paid off because later I got a job at the local newspaper.

After acquiring a BA Honours degree, Sylvia took a post-grad course and taught English and Drama at secondary level in comprehensive schools and the private sector.  She also taught in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Egypt and is a LAMDA qualified Speech and Drama teacher.

When Sylvia’s husband Colin was a Fullbright exchange teacher to Vashon Island in Washington State, Sylvia wrote a regular column for The Guardian about social, environmental and education issues in the USA.

It was on Vashon that Sylvia began her first novel on a borrowed and battered typewriter. Sitting overlooking the Pacific Sound toward the Olympic peninsular, Sylvia wrote, ‘When You Can’t Say No’, her first novel for young adults. This was published by Scholastic. Other novels followed, ‘Don’t Forget To Dance’; ‘No Fear’; ‘Knife Edge’ and The Maya Brown, ‘Circle of Fire’ series. Her short stories and poems have been included in published anthologies.

Sylvia has written plays with music, which have been performed in schools and by Youth theatre groups. One of the plays, ‘ The Making of Menaline Moon’ is about famous women in history and the fight for women’s suffrage. Sylvia wrote this after teaching sixth form at an all girls school and realising the girls were going out to conquer the world but had no knowledge of how hard women had fought for the opportunities they now enjoyed . Sylvia also reviews music and books for BBC radio Merseyside.

Sylvia’s husband Colin is from Liverpool and she has come to love her adopted city. She has three children. Alex, James and Hannah.

Sarah McBride

Sarah McBride

Sarah McBride is the founder of Kapucia, she has been on a plant based diet for over 20 years for purely compassionate reasons, which lead her to study the physical effects on the body. She has been working on the effects of emotions on the physical body for over 10 years, starting with herself; reversing many long term health issues. Re-programming her own beliefs to create the life that she desired and is now able to help others. She decided to bring together all of her passions and many of the practitioners she has worked or trained with under one roof by founding the concept of Kapucia.

She holds a BA Hons in English Language and Literature is a Qualified Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner, Source Awakening Practitioner and Ho’oponopono Practitioner, a Certified Master in Shamanic Spirit Release, Raw Food Nutritionist, a Stress Management Trainer with the Stress Management Society whilst currently working towards a Detoxification Qualification.

Check out Kapucia here

Located in the heart of Liverpool City Centre, Kapucia is a wellness hub, which offers a space for individuals to grow physically, emotionally and spiritually. The unique space marries together a collective of authentic teachings including personal development workshops, yoga and meditation classes and alternative therapies for overall health, healing and general wellbeing.

Our mission is to create a community of like-minded individuals in one common place to share experiences, practices and knowledge. We achieve this by hosting a wide range of leading expert practitioners in their field to facilitate events and workshops and bringing cutting edge technology to take the guess work out of why you are ill.

We also guide others who wish to explore a path towards compassionate and healthier eating through plant based nutrition seminars, networking events, documentary evenings and serving 100% organic and vegan food and drinks – all in plant based compostable packaging.

The ultimate goal of Kapucia is to help each and every person to achieve mind, body and soul connection.

The facilities are set in a 2,200 square feet basement area, which include disabled access and lift. There is underfloor heating and air conditioning throughout, both ladies and gents showers and W.C. and lockers. There are 3 fully equipped therapy rooms all with sinks, a mezzanine seating area serving drinks and snacks and a small outdoor seated area.

For rental of the space/rooms or collaboration opportunities please contact us as info@kapucia.com.