16 February 2017
Matt Hood, Equity’s assistant general secretary, is our guest at the branch meeting on Wednesday, March 1. He wants to know what we think about communication between head office and the union’s branches. ARC motions are also in the mix for the meeting so get your thinking caps on!
7 February 2017
Equity representatives Stephanie Greer (Branch Chair) and Kate McCauliffe (Branch Secretary) attended the event at the invitation of Liverpool City Council.
17 November 2016
We’re having a party!! Liverpool & District General Branch Christmas Party will be on Wednesday 7th December at 7.30pm until late. Please come. The bar is cheap and the food is free!!! You can bring along friends or partners, brothers, sisters, aunts...anyone you like. All are welcome, and especially potential new members.
7 October 2016
Do you have any skills that might come in handy on the branch committee? Stand for office! We are allowed up to nine committee members. We would love to have some new faces and a fresh take on things. Your nomination form must be completed by October 18. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
23 August 2016
We had a terrific turnout at Liverpool & District General Branch Summer Social 2016 held at Camp and Furnace, in Liverpool’s trendy Baltic district!
30 July 2016
Equity member Martin Williams explains why the fringe contract made him a better theatre producer, and also underlined why it's important to belong to our union, Equity
21 July 2016
Equity stalwart Georgina Smith is remembered for her generosity and passion for life, as well as for her many TV appearances and loyal support for her union.
20 July 2016
The Last Five Years, a musical showing at the Chester Forum, and the Wirral Festival of Firsts, are among summer listings featuring Equity members.
20 July 2016
Liverpool & General District Branch won unanimous support for its motion calling on broadcasters to actively cast more new talent in prominent roles; and our representatives once again won prominent coverage in The Stage newspaper for their ARC contributions.