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World of Work games night by Michelle Browne

6th Nov 2022

Join us for a games night! World of Work is a collaborative board game, created by artist Michelle Browne in collaboration with students from St Helens College.

Event Details
Where
The Book Stop, St Helens
Categories
  • Festival,
  • Interactive,
  • Free,
  • Place

World of Work is a collaborative board game, where players work together to deal with external forces, tech innovations and societal changes that assist or reduce job creation in a town like St Helens.

The aim of the game is to gather a number of social benefits such as housing, sustainable environment and basic income, that will improve the lives of those who live in the town.

Book a place to join in.

This event is part of Take Over 2022

Listen to more about the project

A conversation between artist Michelle Browne and former miner / St Helens legend Gary Conley, recorded in 2020.

Access information

We aim to create safe, welcoming and accessible spaces for all. Access information for The Book Stop:

  • Wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets
  • In a town centre location
  • Nearest train station is St Helens Central (trains to and from Liverpool/Manchester/Blackpool/Wigan)
  • Nearest bus stop is St Helens Bus Station (for buses to Liverpool, Wigan and around St Helens)
  • Nearest accessible parking at St Helens Town Hall and World of Glass (10 minute walk)
  • Nearest taxi drop off Bridge street
  • Gender neutral toilet available
  • Flat access.

If you'd like to discuss your access needs, please get in touch.

Contact Anna on:
07529224271 (9.30am - 5.30pm)
info@heartofglass.org.uk

About the artist

Michelle Browne