Suffragist leader Millicent Fawcett has been immortalised by Turner Prize-winner Gillian Wearing OBE, the first statue of a woman, and by a woman, in Parliament Square.
On 16th & 17th June 2018, Sefton Park will once again be taken over by the music and culture of Africa and the diaspora for two free days of fantastic live music, DJs, dance, workshops, food stalls and a range of traders in the Oyé Village.
A giant, 23ft replica of the moon is coming to Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral as part of an extensive programme of events across the city over the final bank holiday weekend in May.
Created by renowned British artist Luke Jerram, the stunning “Museum of the Moon” uses detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface and includes a sound composition created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award-winning composer Dan Jones.
The inaugural annual Liverpool Feis, part of the Liverpool 2018 cultural programme, takes place on Saturday 7 July 2018. Organised by the founder of Mean Fiddler and the world famous Fleadh, it will feature some of the biggest names in Irish music and promoses to bte the biggest celebration of Irish culture the city has seen.
The full programme for the Liverpool Biennial 2018 has been announced, including 40 artists from 22 countries all tackling the theme Beautiful world, where are you?, a huge addition to the Liverpool 2018 cultural programme.
Liverpool will be welcomed into the Bordeaux Fête le Vin family alongside its international partners Quebec, Brussels and Hong Kong on 25-28 May during the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta.
Totally Thames is an annual season of surprising, diverse and accessible arts and culture throughout the month of September along the 42-mile stretch of the Thames. It is curated and managed by the Thames Festival Trust, working collaboratively with artists, local communities, river interest organisations and businesses.
The Great Exhibition of the North, the biggest event in England in 2018, has revealed the core of its extensive 3-month programme with NewcastleGateshead coming alive with storytelling charting the arts and design, culture and innovation of the North of England on 22 June–9 September 2018.
A behind the scenes look at how over 100 students helped bring this year's light and sound show to life.
Waddesdon Imaginarium celebrates the art, objects, gardens and history of Waddesdon, with roaming porcelain animals, dancing musical clocks and fluttering clouds of butterflies projected onto the House, accompanied by a series of original soundtracks.
Liverpool has announced the first round of cultural activity taking place in 2018 for their celebration of ten years since the city was made European Capital of Culture.
Ahead of the official launch of the first half of the programme on 11 January 2018, a number of high-profile events and four artistic seasons have been revealed. These include: