LATE AT TATE – Carnival of the Unexpected

TheFishPoliceTHURSDAY 25 November 2010 19-22.00 at Tate Liverpool with DaDaFest. Carnival of the Unexpected. Get your carnival costume on and get down to Tate Liverpool for all the fun of the fairground. Following on from the success of last year’s arty party Magic Mirror Ball, In the Frame are once again organising a night of spectacular entertainment as part of DaDaFest International 2010.

The event is by adults with learning disabilities for anyone who’s not afraid of the unexpected.

£5, booking recommended
For tickets, call 0151 702 7400.

Carnival of the Unexpected is inspired by the work of Jamie Isenstein, a Tate Liverpool Biennial artist. Her work combines the human body with non human elements in unexpected ways. So, expect the unexpected from this event including critically acclaimed funk, punk and hip hop band The Fish Police, fresh from a sell out performance at New York’s Lincoln Centre; Heart n Soul DJ Stewart Bush packing the dance floor with carnival tunes; your favourite MC Jamie Greer hosting the popular cabaret café; Oska Bright film screening (click here to participate in the workshop); and storyteller John Hughes with Tales of the Unexpected. All this plus much more including special food and drinks menu at the bar, chill out room, face painting, mask making and other carnival activities, and whatever unexpected element you bring to the night yourself.

Accessible parking and drop off points throughout Albert Dock.

This event is part of In the Frame, a project run by people with a learning disability, hosted by Tate Liverpool for DaDaFest International 2010.

DaDaFest celebrates disability and deaf arts in Liverpool. Visit the DaDa website for more information.

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