No Homers Club Presents – Isla Nublar, A Jurassic Park Inspired Event and Art Exhibition
Friday 9 – Sunday 11 October 2015
“I own an island, off the coast of Costa Rica. I’ve leased it from the government and I’ve spent the last five years setting up a kind of biological preserve. Really spectacular, spared no expense. It’ll make the one I’ve got down in Kenya look like a petting zoo. And there’s no doubt, our attractions will drive kids out of their minds.” John Hammond (Sir Richard Attenborough)
Following No Homers Club’s first sell out event inspired by everyone’s favourite sitcom, The Simpsons, they are back with an event of prehistoric proportions.
Doors from 19.00 til late
Tickets available through Skiddle
Gamers, Foodies, Musicians, Tattooists, Costume Designers, Face Painters, Artists, Embroiderers, DJs and Writers will all pay tribute to the Steven Spielberg film and Michael Crichton novel.
Laura Kate Chapman / Martin Kirke / Harrison Edwards / Jack Ehlen / Sick Note / Ria Fell / Camille De Saint Sauveur / Bex Baker & Sarah Hart / Katie Craven / Laura Spark/ Grace Malone / Adam Nevols / Jon Turner / Ellie Barrett / Emma Worth / David Roberts / Summuya Khader / Laura Marsh / QUAD / Jake Goouge / Maisie Platts / Kathryn Jones / Mark Dormand / Colette Settle / Sophie Heywood
Channeling their paleontological hero Ross Gellar for a special Isla Nublar set, cult Manchester band, Sex Hands, are renowned for their wild sets and raucous songs about the sitcom Friends.
High energy and high kicking, Organ Freeman, are guaranteed to terrorise park visitors more than any dinosaur.
Jurassic Park über fans, planning to grace your ear holes with their alt-folk ditties.
DAYTIME – WORKSHOPS – FREE ENTRY
Screen Printing / Music Workshops / Art Workshops
Suitable for all ages.
NEW FOOD OFFER
Special edition Isla Nublar inspired Liverpool Craft Beer
In the evening we will be showing a fully licensed screening of the original Spielberg classic, Jurassic Park.
Tickets on the door only:
W/Isla Nublar wristband £3
Jurassic Park is a film that still terrifies and amazes the No Homers Club – Art & Events guys even twenty two years after it’s release – maybe its the reason we still know most of the dinosaur names we learned when we were kids?
Hosted by Capstan’s Bazaar Sunday (11.00 – 16.00) will see a collection of the weekend’s artists work alongside some of Liverpool’s favourite designer and makers.