THURSDAY 18 November, 16.00 – Late at various venues
Long Night is the perfect excuse to visit all of your favourite and undiscovered cultural spaces after work, after hours, all in one night. Over 50 venues and organisations will keep their doors open long after dark, inviting you to explore a range of special events and late openings around the city centre in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. LONG NIGHT ART Events
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Here are just a few events happening on Long Night:
Tate Liverpool present ‘Sound Relay’: A special musical procession from the Philharmonic Hall down to Tate Liverpool, stopping at Biennial venues along the way.
Liverpool Biennial: Touched: Late night openings across many Biennial locations and DJ’s at the Visitor Centre, Long Night marks the last ten days of the Liverpool Biennial.
Long Night at Hope University: Enjoy a special programme of performances especially for Long Night featuring the Liverpool Harmonic Gospel Choir and the Neil Campbell Collective, plus see a range of exhibitions.
Liverpool Playhouse Backstage Ghost Tours: Discover the secrets behind the scenes of this former 18th century music hall.
Long Night Zine Live: LJMU and Über present ‘zine workshops where you can help create Long Night’s first ever ‘zine. Plus, all Long Nighters are invited to twitter or email content through on the night.
Salsa in Hope Street: Salsa classes at Merseyside Dance Initiative.
St John’s Beacon Viewing Gallery: See the spectacular views across Liverpool from the Radio City tower.
Under the Mud Bus Tour: The perfect free way to travel around the city on Long Night!
To find out more about these events and see the rest of the Long Night events watch out for the full programme landing in leaflet stands around the city this week – it’s your free essential guide to what’s on!
If you would like to request a programme by post and join the mailing list please email your name and postal address to email@example.com
We hope to see you on Thursday 18th November for a Long Night to remember!
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