EuroFestival, the festival arranged by Visit Liverpool to run alongside the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, has announced it’s line-up.
The full line-up for EuroFestival can be found here:
- Big Eurovision Read: Liverpool Central Library, launching April
- Protect the Beats: Exchange Flags, 1 May – 14 May, 10:00 – 21:00
- Sound of Freedom: Tempest Hey Building, Liverpool, 1 May – 14 May
- National Museums Liverpool x Eurovision: National Museums Liverpool, 1 May – 14 May
- With Fire and Rage: Multiple sites throughout the city, trail starts at Everyman Theatre, 1 May – 14 May
- Soloveiko Songbirds: Across Liverpool city centre, 1 May – 14 May
- Queerovision: Online, 1 May – 14 May
- Dialogues: The Bluecoat, May 1 – 14
- Izyum to Liverpool: Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, 1 May – 19 May
- Chornobyldorf: Invisible Wind Factory, 1 May – 2 May
- A Place of Hope: Unity Theatre, 2 May – 5 May and 9 May – 11 May
- Late at Tate Liverpool: The Spirit of Eurovision: Tate Liverpool, 4 May, 18:00 – 22:00
- Home: Open Eye Gallery, 5 May – July
- The People’s Flag: Online, 5 May
- The Blue and Yellow Submarine Parade: Throughout city centre, 5 May, 18:00 – 21:00
- Welcome to Eurotopia: Pier Head, EurovisionVillage – Main Stage, 5 May
- Xpressia Festival: Various underground locations, TBC
- Rave UKraine: Content, 7 May
- Eurocamp presents…: Chavasse Park, Liverpool One, 8 May – 10 May, 13:00 – 21:00
- Jamala presents QIRIM to the world: Pier Head, EurovisionVillage – Main Stage, 11 May
- Storyville Live: Everyman Cinema, Metquarter, 11 May – 12 May
- You’re A Vision!: Liverpool Everyman Theatre, 12 May
- English National Opera does Eurovision: Pier Head, EurovisionVillage – Main Stage, 13 May
Nineteen of the cultural commissions listed above, are collaborations between artists from both Ukraine and the United Kingdom. Further details of each of the commissions, can be found at the Visit Liverpool website HERE. By visiting the website, other planned events by Liverpool City Council can also be found.
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Author: Richard Taylor
Source: Visit Liverpool & Wiwibloggs
Categories: EuroFestival, Eurovision 2021, Eurovision 2023, Ukraine, United Kingdom
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