Published on Mon May 19, 2014 by David J Colbran
Light Night is a late evening celebration of culture in Liverpool. Galleries, museums, and cultural institutions open up their doors to installations and performances, with street theatre and music, the event proved popular with visitors. I was shooting for news agencies, so it was nice being able to have a good wander around, with an open ended brief and with family in tow I covered the earlier and children friendly events, which were all great. Anyway a few highlights below. As always, please ask me first, if you would like to use any images and of course all are available for commercial licence.
Harlequin Dynamite Marching Band - an audio visual marching band prepare for many performances around the city centre.
Artist Maurice Carlin, in front of his piece 'Endless Pageless' 2014. A large work created insitu at the Bluecoat Art Centre.
Freefall - a circus workshop at the Blackie, central Liverpool.
Movima dance group
Paul Burns - Ambidexter artist in Mello Mello, Slater Street, Liverpool.
Ice sculpture outside the Anglican Cathedral
Dancing with MDI - an evening of various dance groups. Anglican Cathedral.
Sacred Light Installation at the Lady Chapel, Anglican Cathedral.
Chapter House installation at the Anglican Cathedral.
If you've arrived here and are planning a cultural event in Liverpool, Merseyside or the North West, give me a call - while I can't cover everything, if it sounds interesting I'll try and come along.culture Author: David J Colbran
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