Audiences are being welcomed back to Liverpool Hope University for a ten day arts festival that’s set to explore themes of ‘communication and information’.
The Angel Field Festival, organised by Liverpool Hope University, launches Thursday June 24th and runs to Saturday July 3rd. You can book tickets here.
Headline acts will include Americana band Django Rhinestone, which features former Death in Vegas founder Steve Hellier on guitar, as well as a spectacular stage performance of The Ballad of Mulan – the story of a real Chinese heroine that inspired Disney’s famous Mulan movie.
Centred on Hope’s Capstone Theatre, other acts include magician and performer Vincent Gambini, contemporary chamber music ensemble rarescale and Bite! Theatre’s Pucker Up, a political comedy show that’ll make you question what you think you know about femininity and female empowerment.
There will also be a performance of music from acclaimed Liverpool composer Stephen Pratt.