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Hope brings new festival of arts to Liverpool

A new exciting arts festival exploring music, theatre, film, dance, visual art and storytelling is coming to Liverpool this March.

Liverpool Hope will be hosting the first ever Angel Field Festival, which will feature both home-grown and international acts in a programme of events that aims to delight, challenge, beguile and thrill attendees.

Building upon the rich tradition of the Cornerstone Festival, Angel Field will run from Friday 22nd – Saturday 30th March and offers an eclectic and engaging line-up with something for everyone.

The newly renovated Creative Campus will be the central location for many of the events, with the programme expanding across the city through collaboration with several cultural partners.

Performances and events will feature collaborations with Tate Liverpool, FACT, National Museums Liverpool, RLPO, Milapfest, IMMIX Ensemble, Phil Shotton Big Band and The European Opera Centre, alongside performances from students and alumni of Liverpool Hope University.

Angel Field Festival will explore several 2019 milestones, including the 50th year since the first moon-landing; 30 years since the demolition of the Berlin Wall; 30 years since the end of the Ceausescu regime in Romania; 100 years since the Bauhaus and, from March 2019 of course, the commencement of Brexit. These historic events will inform some of the festival’s content.

Find out what’s on and reserve your place now, for what promises to be an exciting week of events.

For more information or to book your schools please email outreach@hope.ac.uk or call 0151 291 3111.  


Published on 14/02/2019