residents stay at home during the UK’s lockdown they can still indulge and be
inspired with content from some of the Dock’s popular restaurants, galleries &
Named Inspire Me at Home, the new
campaign highlights try-at-home recipes from the Maray founders, including the
now legendary Disco Cauliflower, and where it all started for the team –
Falafel & cocktails.
Keeping with food, Rosa’s Thai Cafe
hosts a cook-a-long with founder Saiphin Moore, where she gives away her top
secrets in Thai cuisine, and check out Lunyalita’s menu to-your-door delivery
service to make sure you get your Catalan fix at home.
Culture at the Albert Dock is well
catered for with Merseyside Maritime Museum and Tate Liverpool. Tate’s virtual
tour is not to be missed which takes in the current Constellations exhibition
with works from Rothko & L.S. Lowry amongst others.
Kids can get involved with Tate
Gallery too, with a dedicated web page, encouraging them to create, play and
explore art. Quizzes, workshops and even how to make Pop Art like Warhol can be
integrated into their home schooling schedule.
National Museums Liverpool has
launched a project for four to 11 year olds, who can curate their own exhibition.
The idea to find objects that are important to them from around their world,
#MyHomeIsMyMuseum hashtag is gaining popularity online. Alternatively, continue
to enjoy the Museum
experience virtually, through a tour of the International Slavery Museum,
located on the third floor of Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Finally, we turn to fashion with top
summer trend picks from Liverpool’s
favourite streetwear brand Lost Soles and Leather Satchel, the UK’s most
sought after leather maker with over 50 years of heritage.
Sit back and enjoy your Albert Dock
from the comfort of your sofa.
All content can be found at www.albertdock.com/inspire-me-at-home