Monday, 08 October 2012 13:40

Long Night of culture returns to Liverpool

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It's back like some kind of cultural equinox in fact it is a cultural equinox and we'll be dancing around the fires and burning effigies of David Cameron, sorry that's what I'll be doing while you should all be out celebrating the fantastic cultural heritage of the city with tons of city wide free events to help you. Catch it on the 19 October.

Enjoy a captivating evening of visual arts and culture with late openings and special events across Liverpool Biennial exhibitions and beyond.

Highlights include: The Unexpected Guest at venues across the city; Sky Arts ignition: Doug Aitken – The Source at Tate LiverpoolBloomberg New Contemporaries and City States at LJMU Copperas Hill Building and the John Moores Painting Prize at The Walker Art Gallery.

A preview of the interactive game Deadline sees Biennial venues infiltrated by 'uninvited guests' and there are special events at FACTthe BluecoatVictoria Gallery & Museum as well as venues such as: Arena Studios & GalleryThe Lantern TheatreThe Gallery Liverpool in the Baltic Triangle; Unit 8 on the Albert Dock; Static GalleryRed Wire StudiosCurve Gallery and Unity Theatre.The Walker Art Gallery is also hosting three performances of Stargazing by the acclaimed Sense of Sound Choir. And the LJMU Copperas Hill Building is presenting for one night only The Macallan Master Class which introduces the Annie Leibovitz edition of the Masters of Photography series, representing the coming together of mastery in two great art forms, whisky-making and photography.Plus much more! 

 Download the programme

PS - Save the date!
Light Night will take place on 17 May 2013

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