With BBC Radio 6 Music’s fantastic festival coming to Liverpool at the end of March, Angel Field Festival will be running alongside the sensational showcase courtesy of Liverpool Hope University! Between Friday 22nd March and Saturday 30th March, The Capstone Theatre and other venues will host a diverse programme of music, art, theatre, film and workshops featuring an eclectic line up of local, national and international artists.
Angel Field Festival is a themed week long extravaganza, with performances based around historic milestones such as 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.
A collaboration with Tate Liverpool, FACT, National Museums Liverpool, the RLPO and Milapfest, Angel Field Festival will bring some alternative and culturally diverse things to the city. Throughout the week you can expect an array of quality events across the Everton district that will either be free to attend or available at a very reasonable price.
Enjoy exceptional music performances from the likes of The Phil Shotton Big Band, The Sounds Of Opera, Immix Ensemble, Pixels Ensemble and Berlin: Symphony Of A Great City. Enjoy Musica Argentina at Saint Francis Xavier’s Church and folk music from Russia and India, as well as performances from Liverpool Mozart Orchestra and Liverpool Hope University Concert Band.
The week long festival will feature a whole host of music performances and will also include fascinating theatre productions such as The Washing Up and screenings of movies such as 2001: A Space Odyssey, Moon and intriguing international movies. With art, workshops and talks added to the bill, there’s certainly something for everyone at Angel Field Festival — a fantastic showcase rich in culture and creativity.
With BBC Radio 6 Music Festival coming to the city and Angel Field Festival running alongside it, we’re in for a real treat this March! The Capstone Theatre and Liverpool Hope University continue to be a great part of this city’s cultural movement, putting on great showcases such as the Liverpool International Jazz Festival and now Angel Field Festival. Here’s to celebrating culture and creativity in our city!
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