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The incredible Angel Field Festival returns to Liverpool this March — with an action packed line up and a diverse programme of art, mythology, theatre, film, music, magic and more. Liverpool Hope University’s Creative Campus once again plays host to a wide range of fascinating shows for all the family. Here’s a full list of what’s on with more events to be announced soon….

Michael Stubbs Art Exhibition

Angel Field Festival is hosting an incredible FREE art exhibition at the Cornerstone Gallery from Thursday 8th Feb 2024 to Friday 22nd March. Michael Stubbs has been a prominent and influential painter for over thirty years and the acclaimed abstract artist is coming to Liverpool to display his work in this very special exhibition. On Tuesday 12th March, there’s also a private viewing and artist talk.

The Cornerstone Gallery / Thurs 8th Feb — Fri 22nd Mar / Free Admission / MORE INFO HERE

Crab Tragedy Greek Mythology

A topsy-turvy, heroic mis-adventure and retelling of the myths of ancient Greece for children and families. Ancient myths collide in an imaginative, highly-visual re-telling of the journey to Ithaca and the gods of ancient Greece, brought to you by the highly-skilled, international team at Teatro Pomodoro. A hilarious show made in association with Theatre Porto and Unity Theatre, and with the support of Big Imaginations.

The Capstone Theatre / Weds 6th Mar, 7pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Wild Visions Untold Myth Mythology Storytelling

Created and performed by storytellers Katy Cawkwell and Lucy Lill, Wild Visions Untamed Myth is a double helping of ancient myth that sets the women firmly centre stage. Join them on a path less trodden, as they go hunting in the wild places and raking through the ashes of a fallen city to bring you epic tales of women taking their power whatever the consequences.

The Capstone Theatre / Thurs 7th Mar, 7.30pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Robert Fabbriciani: A Tribute To Luigi Nono

Roberto Fabbriciani, flautist and composer, presents this concert for the centenary of the birth of Luigi Nono as a tribute to the composer’s desire to experiment and innovate. Featuring Stephan Davismoon – Passed/Passing (1999) for bass flute and live electronics, Roberto Fabbriciani – Omaggio a Luigi Nono (2006) for small flute and tape and Das atmende Klarsein, fragmente (1980/87) for bass flute, tape and live electronics.

The Capstone Theatre / Fri 8th Mar, 7.30pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Florence Acousmatic Music

This concert presents a series of recent acousmatic works that represent Florence’s influence in bringing together music and new technology and whose purpose is to outline a cross section of this educational path, of the professional environment and of the cultural heritage of the city of Florence.

The Cornerstone Theatre / Fri 8th Mar, 9pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

The Comedy Illusionists

Angel Field Festival 2024 presents The Comedy Illusionists, a unique act that infuses comedy and custom made illusions. During their show, The Comedy Illusionists perform epic grand illusions, many of which are designed for them alone. Along with their illusions they incorporate many laugh out loud comedy moments giving your guests an unforgettable experience.

The Capstone Theatre / Sat 9th Mar, 8pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Ukranian Film Festival

This afternoon long (1pm – 6pm) film festival is aimed at giving audience members the opportunity to experience and understand Ukrainian culture, history, and to learn about some ordinary and famous people of Ukraine through the creative skills of Ukrainian cinematographers.

The Capstone Theatre / Sun 10th Mar, 1pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Wild Tending Feminine Ceremony Show

In this piece Alice Colquhoun works with ceremony and performance to find ways to interact with the non-human world, producing emotionally transformative events for audiences through song, ritual action and participatory performance.  Wild Tending’s Ceremony and the Feminine is an interactive ceremonial performance that celebrates our yearning for rites and connection to the land.

The Cornerstone Theatre / Sun 10th Mar, 7pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Stages Of Youth Theatre Show

Stages of Youth is a celebration of young talent from Liverpool Hope University Drama Society, Young Everyman Playhouse Programme and Liverpool Cathedral Young People’s Art Programme CATCH (Cathedral Arts Taught for Children of Hope) run in conjunction with Hope University. Some powerful short theatre pieces on display.

The Capstone Theatre / Mon 11th Mar, 7.30pm / Free Admission / MORE INFO HERE

WRNTDP & Sulk Rooms Electronic Music Showcase

Gordon Chapman-Fox works under the name Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan (WRNTDP) and produces wonderful propulsive, cinematic electronica which has a musical, conceptual and aesthetic setting in the mid 1970s to early 1980s. A titan of electronic music and the night also features the enigmatic Sulk Rooms — with both artists having been lauded by Electronic Sound Magazine.

The Capstone Theatre / Weds 13th Mar, 7.30pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

The Jive Aces: Keeping The Show On The Road

For over 25 years, The Jive Aces have been entertaining internationally for three decades and are renowned worldwide for their high-energy live show,having toured in over 40 countries. Having played for Her Majesty the Queen, selling out the Royal Albert Hall, becoming the first band to reach the finals of Britain’s Got Talent or entertaining at one of their 250 live shows a year, Jive Aces are the UK’s No.1 Jive & Swing band!

The Capstone Theatre / Thurs 14th Mar, 7.30pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

Hope Metropolitan Orchestra: Italian Journey

This concert takes us from the Baroque splendours of Monteverdi to Cherubini, an esteemed contemporary of Beethoven and onto Rossini before touching on the 20th century with Respighi and Malipiero. A classical masterclass from Liverpool Hope University’s Metropolitan Orchestra.

The Great Hall / Sat 16th Mar, 7.30pm / TICKETS & INFO HERE

The Angel Field Festival is an annual celebration at Liverpool Hope University, named after the farm which was originally located on the site of the current Creative Campus, and brings together an exiting and diverse programme of entertainment. Rich in culture, there’s something for everyone and all the family.

Angel Field Festival / Liverpool Hope University’s Creative Campus, Weds 6th — Sat 16th Sept

For what’s on and more CLICK HERE

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