LightNight Liverpool, the free one-night arts festival, is taking place on Friday 18 May 2018.
LightNight showcases the creative lifeblood of Liverpool, presenting new and ambitious artistic commissions amidst a vibrant programme of more than 100 events including everything from concerts, exhibitions, hands-on workshops and dance to street performance, theatre and talks. Itâs the perfect chance to enjoy the bustling atmosphere and experience the cityâs cultural offer after-hours with friends and family.
This LightNight we will question and reflect upon the transformative nature of the self and the world around us. Understood as a significant change in people or place, âtransformation’ is happening all around us: visible or invisible, turbulent and political, personal and emotional.
LightNight Liverpool is produced by local social enterprise Open Culture.
The full programme is out now, available to buy from: Baltic Market, Bluecoat, British Music Experience, Constellations, Liverpool Cathedral, Tusk at Northern Lights, St George’s Hall Cafe, Tate Liverpool, Unity Theatre, Williamson Art Gallery (Birkenhead), Blackburne House, Atkinson Gallery (Southport), Alison Appleton Tea House (Lark Lane), Baltic Bakehouse (Allerton Road & Baltic Triangle), dot-art, Everyman Theatre, FACT, Central Library, News from Nowhere, Victoria Gallery & Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Museum of Liverpool.
The line-up is also available to view or order by post at www.lightnightliverpool.co.uk