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Cornerstone Arts Festival 2017

Overview

Cornerstone Arts Festival 2017

The 16th edition of the Cornerstone Arts Festival takes place from Monday 6 to Saturday 11 March 2017. The Festival will provide the opportunity to see free performances by artists not only from the UK, but also from Belgium, France, Germany, Moldova, Russia and Spain; and you will be able to admire the talent of Liverpool Hope University graduates in music and in drama, as well as that of Hope composers, actors, directors and producers. Please see below a full list of links to Festival performances:

Michael Stubbs: Paintings (5pm, Monday 6 March 2017)

Reckless Sleepers: Negative Space (7.30pm, Monday 6 March 2017)

Educating Rita (5pm, Tuesday 7 March 2017)

Ensemble of St Luke's: A Quartet of Quartets (7.30pm, Tuesday 7 March 2017)

Ensemble Alter Klang: London, The Cosmopolitan (5pm, Wednesday 8 March 2017)

Marco Vargas and Chloé Brúlé: In the Room (7.30pm, Wednesday 8 March 2017)

Verve (5pm, Thursday 9 March 2017)

Radu Martin and Svetlana Pekarskaya: L'Alba Separa Dalla Luce L'Ombra (7.30pm, Thursday 9 March 2017)

Emma Haughton: 'Brahms the Progressive' or Where's the Progression Going? (5pm, Friday 10 March 2017)

She'koyokh: Nice One! (7.30pm, Friday 10 March 2017)

CNS Theatre Company: The Comeback Special (5pm, Saturday 11 March 2017)

Piasecki and Piasecka: Moby Dick (7.30pm, Saturday 11 March 2017)

 

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All of these events are open to the public and are also listed in The Capstone Theatre's Spring 2017 brochure We hope you can join us at these free to attend events.

You can also find out more about the events taking place by visiting the Cornerstone Festival Facebook page - HopeCornerstoneFestival.

Meet the Team

‌Cornerstone Arts Festival Team

Alberto SannaAlberto Sanna

Artistic Director

 

 

 

 

 

Paola Nieddu

Paola Nieddu

Administrator and Events Manager 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you a Liverpool Hope University student who would like to join the team? Please contact cornerstonefestival@hope.ac.uk for information about volunteering during Cornerstone Arts Festival 2017.

Contact Us and Venue

Contact us 

Liverpool Hope University

Creative Campus

17 Shaw Street

L6 1HP 

 

Telephone: 0151 291 2096

Email: cornerstonefestival@hope.ac.uk

Facebook: The Cornerstone Festival

 

  

Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus

The Creative Campus is less than a mile away from Liverpool’s main railway station, Liverpool Lime Street.

Situated at the junction of Islington and Shaw Street, the campus is well within walking distance of the station or a short bus ride from Queen Square Bus Station.

Address for Satnav – Shaw Street, L6 1HP

Map to the Creative Campus  

Map of the Creative Campus  

How to get to the Creative Campus

 

Accessibility

Facilities are fully accessible for wheelchair users. If you have any further questions about venue accessibility please contact creative@hope.ac.uk

 

Parking

There is limited parking space available on site from 45 minutes prior to evening performances. This is available on a first come first served basis and is free of charged. The entrance is on Langsdale Street.

Alternatively you may wish to park at Q Park on Epworth Street, off Erskine Street, Liverpool L6 1LY and take advantage of our Hope visitors discount vouchers to reduce your parking fee. These vouchers are available from the Visitor’s Lodge as you enter the campus.

For cyclists, there is also a small area next to the main entrance of the Theatre where you can leave your bike. 

Overview

Cornerstone Arts Festival 2017

The 16th edition of the Cornerstone Arts Festival takes place from Monday 6 to Saturday 11 March 2017. The Festival will provide the opportunity to see free performances by artists not only from the UK, but also from Belgium, France, Germany, Moldova, Russia and Spain; and you will be able to admire the talent of Liverpool Hope University graduates in music and in drama, as well as that of Hope composers, actors, directors and producers. Please see below a full list of links to Festival performances:

Michael Stubbs: Paintings (5pm, Monday 6 March 2017)

Reckless Sleepers: Negative Space (7.30pm, Monday 6 March 2017)

Educating Rita (5pm, Tuesday 7 March 2017)

Ensemble of St Luke's: A Quartet of Quartets (7.30pm, Tuesday 7 March 2017)

Ensemble Alter Klang: London, The Cosmopolitan (5pm, Wednesday 8 March 2017)

Marco Vargas and Chloé Brúlé: In the Room (7.30pm, Wednesday 8 March 2017)

Verve (5pm, Thursday 9 March 2017)

Radu Martin and Svetlana Pekarskaya: L'Alba Separa Dalla Luce L'Ombra (7.30pm, Thursday 9 March 2017)

Emma Haughton: 'Brahms the Progressive' or Where's the Progression Going? (5pm, Friday 10 March 2017)

She'koyokh: Nice One! (7.30pm, Friday 10 March 2017)

CNS Theatre Company: The Comeback Special (5pm, Saturday 11 March 2017)

Piasecki and Piasecka: Moby Dick (7.30pm, Saturday 11 March 2017)

 

Spring 2017 brochure thumbnail

 

All of these events are open to the public and are also listed in The Capstone Theatre's Spring 2017 brochure We hope you can join us at these free to attend events.

You can also find out more about the events taking place by visiting the Cornerstone Festival Facebook page - HopeCornerstoneFestival.

Meet the Team

‌Cornerstone Arts Festival Team

Alberto SannaAlberto Sanna

Artistic Director

 

 

 

 

 

Paola Nieddu

Paola Nieddu

Administrator and Events Manager 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you a Liverpool Hope University student who would like to join the team? Please contact cornerstonefestival@hope.ac.uk for information about volunteering during Cornerstone Arts Festival 2017.

Contact Us and Venue

Contact us 

Liverpool Hope University

Creative Campus

17 Shaw Street

L6 1HP 

 

Telephone: 0151 291 2096

Email: cornerstonefestival@hope.ac.uk

Facebook: The Cornerstone Festival

 

  

Liverpool Hope University Creative Campus

The Creative Campus is less than a mile away from Liverpool’s main railway station, Liverpool Lime Street.

Situated at the junction of Islington and Shaw Street, the campus is well within walking distance of the station or a short bus ride from Queen Square Bus Station.

Address for Satnav – Shaw Street, L6 1HP

Map to the Creative Campus  

Map of the Creative Campus  

How to get to the Creative Campus

 

Accessibility

Facilities are fully accessible for wheelchair users. If you have any further questions about venue accessibility please contact creative@hope.ac.uk

 

Parking

There is limited parking space available on site from 45 minutes prior to evening performances. This is available on a first come first served basis and is free of charged. The entrance is on Langsdale Street.

Alternatively you may wish to park at Q Park on Epworth Street, off Erskine Street, Liverpool L6 1LY and take advantage of our Hope visitors discount vouchers to reduce your parking fee. These vouchers are available from the Visitor’s Lodge as you enter the campus.

For cyclists, there is also a small area next to the main entrance of the Theatre where you can leave your bike.