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And That Was Liverpool Twestival 2011
25 March 2011
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How's the head?

Last night, Liverpool Twestival took place at Pan Am. It was a fantastic night with loads raised for charity, wonderful entertainment from Clare Tottey and Rachel Kelly, cupcakes, booze and, of course, loads of tweeting.

The night was a great success, but just to tidy up the loose ends, here's the facts and figures from the night:

Raffle winners:
 
12 Month Liverpool Acoustic Pass (Liverpool Acoustic) - ticket y163 - Martyn Best
 
Limited Edition SG Print (Sophie Green) - ticket y159 - John Currie
 
Aveda Facial/Nails (The Gallery Old Swan) -  ticket y3 - Stuart Burns
 
Large Fruit & Veg Box (Abel & Cole) - ticket y196 - Cathy Shimmin
 
Makeover/Photoshoot/Disk (Citygirl Makover)  - ticket-p9 - Jenny Coppell
 
Family day ticket Beatles Story (Beatles Story) - ticket y204 - Julie May
 
Family ticket Blue Planet (Blue Planet Aquarium) - ticket G3 - Tony from McGinty's Irish Bar
 
Make Up Lesson (So Coco Rouge) - ticket y157 - John Currie
 
Family Photo Shoot & Print (Yaffe Fusion Art) - ticket y8 - Nick Jones
 
Afternoon Tea For Two (Cupcakes in the City) - Janet from Jospice
 
Creative Thinking Workshop (Dr Nathan Ryder) - ticket y477 - Jenna Crossley
 
Tickets to Roald Dahl's Twisted Tales (Liverpool Playhouse) - y187 - Cheryl - Alex's mum from Lister Nursery
 
First Class Rail Tickets (London Midland) - ticket y487 - Pauline Hill
 
Family Ticket Mersey Tigers (Mersey Tigers) - ticket y469 - Carol Digney
 
VIP Booth for up to 10 people & bottle champagne (Pan Am Bar) - ticket y192 - David Bartlett

Massive thanks to all prize donors, and also to Laura’s Little Bakery, Baz Todd, Clare Tottey & Rachel Kelly, the two Danny’s from Pan Am, Jayne Moore’s hubby Max for doing the plumbing work at Lister Steps, Nick for the fabby blogging & Rayross Print Factory.

Total raised is £986.48, a bunch of Easter eggs (which will save them a bit of money) more Easter eggs to come from Tesco in Old Swan, and look out for a shout out for volunteers to come & paint once the fab Sophie Green has designed a mural for the outside of Lister Steps' drab building.

We're already feeling nostalgic for last night, so see you next year!

What's On At Liverpool Twestival
23 March 2011
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It's finally here. Liverpool Twestival takes place 24 March at the Pan Am bar, Albert Dock, Liverpool.

But what to expect? Here's a handy list of what's happening and when. Obviously, times are approximate, but you get the gist...

Liverpool Twestival 2011 – Doors open 7.30pm – Pan Am Bar, Albert Dock. 24th March.

7.30 - You can start arriving about now. Get a good seat, have a drink. Y'know, relax.

8pm - Juice FM's very own Baz Todd will welcome everybody to Liverpool Twestival 2011. He'll give a quick speech about the event and the fundraising for Lister Steps, a child-care charity based in Tuebrook

8.15pm – Clare Tottey – Singer. She'll sing for a bit.

8.40pm – Baz Todd returns to draw the raffle. Have you seen the prizes? Hurry up and get your tickets if you haven't already.

9.00pm – Gaynor McKnight from Lister Steps will say a few words about the charity and how our fundraising will help.

9.10pm – Rachel Kelly – Singer. She'll sing for a bit too.

9.45pm Music & mingling - one of the best thing about Twestival is getting to meet fellow twitter users and seeing how much they do or do not look like their avatars. So don't be shy. It's only embarrasing introducing yourself by your username the first time...

If you haven't already, you can buy your entry and raffle tickets here

 

Tickets! Venue! Prizes! Easter Eggs!
14 March 2011
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Prick up your ears, Twestival-types!

Liverpool Twestival is now open for ticket sales, has confirmed a venue and has got a ton of raffle prizes lined up.

Liverpool Twestival takes place on 24 March. And once again we are happy and grateful to announce that PAN AM, down on Albert Dock, will be our host.

Tickets are also no available. Just look to the top right of this page and click 'get tickets'.

Tickets are only a fiver. You can choose to pay more if you want. In fact, we actively encourage it.

You can also buy your raffle tickets on the same page. You might win one of the following faberoonie prizes:

1. Pair First Class tickets for travel anywhere on the London Midland network from @LondonMidland

2. Pair of tickets to see Roald Dahl’s “Twisted Tales” at the Playhouse, from the Playhouse

3. 12 months free pass for two to any of Liverpool Acoustic events, from Liverpool Acoustic

4. Family day pass to the Blue Planet Aquarium

5. Family pass to the Beatles Story

6. Limited Edition mounted print from Sophie Green

7. Large fruit & veg box from @AbelAndCole

8. Afternoon Tea for Two from @CupcakesinCity

9. Aveda Facial or New Set of Sculptured Acrylic Nails from The Gallery Nails in Old Swan

10. Three-hour creative thinking workshop with Dr Nathan Ryder (@DrRyder)

11. A family photo shoot at acclaimed photographers Yaffe Fusion Art  & your choice of a hand finished 7 x 5

12. Learn the tricks of the trade with a make up lesson from the professional make up artists at @So_coco_rouge

Also, Rayross Print Factory on Bold St are giving Liverpool Twestival 1000 flyers for free and Laura’s Bakery is giving us mini cupcakes to sell on the night.

Plus, Pan Am will be creating our very own cocktail for the event, £1 from every one bought will go to the charity (Lister Steps, as you all know).

So don't be hanging around. Go and buy your tickets now! Look, here's a handy link in case you CBA scrolling up...

AND - As an extra treat for the kids at Lister Steps, we'd love you to bring along an Easter Egg on the night. Go on. They're only a quid or something from the Asda.

Phew. If this post doesn't win us a prize, @PaulineCoxy will eat her hat...

 

 

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