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Be part of LightNight: Transformation

DEADLINE: 29th December 2017

LightNight: Transformation, Artist Commissions

DEADLINE: 31st October 2017

LightNight Liverpool 2017: Thousands stay up late on Liverpool’s streets for late night arts...

LightNight Liverpool 2017: Thousands stay up late on Liverpool’s streets for late night arts and culture crawl Liverpool’s streets, arts spaces, heritage venues, museums and...

Time Capsule: LightNight After Party at Constellations

Time Capsule: LightNight After Party at Constellations This year marks the 8th edition of LightNight in Liverpool. This time round LightNight explores the theme of...

LightNight at Open Eye Gallery

FLOW2 A night of new jazz-classical music in Mann Island's Atrium. Friday 19 May/ 5PM - 10PM/ Free For LightNight 2017, Open Eye Gallery will be taking...

LightNight: It’s time

LightNight: It’s time Liverpool’s annual culture crawl is an evening of science and discovery with 100+ free events LightNight, on Friday 19th May, is now less...

LightNight presents The Super Sonic Assembly at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

LIGHT NIGHT PRESENTS... THE SUPER SONIC ASSEMBLY, LIVERPOOL ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL / 19TH MAY As part of Liverpool Light Night 2017, VOX, run by vocal coach,...

Family Fun on LightNight

Family Fun on LightNight Whether it’s singing, getting stuck into a new art form or playing a retro game there’s plenty to see and do...

Mersey Ferries celebrated in latest exhibition by photographer, Pete Carr

This exhibition features 31 previously unseen photographs by Pete Carr from his ongoing project to document his regular commute on the Mersey Ferries. While rush...

12 things to do in Light and Sound for LightNight 2017

12 things to do in Light and Sound for LightNight 2017 Liverpool’s LightNight opens the senses as the sun goes down Liverpool’s eighth annual LightNight takes...

Artist to stage all-night vigil and 24 hour pilgrimage around Liverpool, inspired by an...

Artist to stage all-night vigil and 24 hour pilgrimage around Liverpool, inspired by an old fairytale The Handless Project: Journey will see Aleasha Chaunté and...

900 artists, 100 arts organisations: LightNight reveals full programme

It’s time for LightNight:LightNight reveals full programme Over 100 arts organisations come together for Liverpool’s “culture crawl” as the full programme is released Liverpool will come...

Unity Theatre re-opening programme, including LightNight Liverpool 2017

Unity Theatre re-opening programme, including public ‘reawakening’ of the building at LightNight Liverpool 2017 Unity Theatre’s Artistic Director and CEO Matthew Linley has unveiled the...

8 new works commissioned for LightNight

8 new works commissioned for LightNight A trail of light, performance, joyous singing and sound feature in new artworks to be unveiled on Friday 19...

It’s Time: LightNight Liverpool returns in May

It’s Time: LightNight Liverpool returns in May City’s “culture crawl” will feature 9 new commissions & 100+ free events as Liverpool opens up late LightNight...

Volunteer at LightNight 2017

DEADLINE: 8th March & 24th April 2017

What to expect from 2017

2017 in brief Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith A year of anniversaries, archives, discovery and invention. Liverpool is going to be nothing but loud through 2017 where it...

Call for Commissions: LightNight Liverpool 2017, Open Culture

DEADLINE: 8th January 2017

Callout for brand refresh: LightNight Liverpool

DEADLINE: 16th January 2016

Review: Sketchsperiment at Road Studios for Light Night

Using the exquisite corpse game to bring the talents of their studio holders together, as well as utilising the power of Twitter to engage directly with visitors, meant that the studio culture here, on the top floor of the Crown Buildings on Victoria Street, was alive and kicking before, during and after its Light Night event.

Review: 1 Minute: Vol. 3-9 at A Small Cinema for Light Night

There are few more promising introductions to a space than being forced to sit on the floor. Small Cinema Liverpool delivered exactly that for Light Night 2016. So busy, so popular, so quick and so quirky that the public seemed to have flocked there.

Review: The Dark Side of Light Night at 104 Duke Street

The work scaling the walls mixed humour with seriousness, but all took the subject seriously enough to tie it all together. And in doing so held up the idea of the overlooked side of human experience.
Colour Fall - Arena, photo by artinliverpool

Review: Liverpool Light Night 2016

On Friday Night, Liverpool stayed open and filled itself with art, music, theatre and basically anything else you can name.... the number of people filling the streets with the sole intention of 'doing something different' was inspiring. When there’s something to see, Liverpool never seems to fail to take a good hard look.
Light Night 2015. Photo by Pete Carr

Liverpool John Moores University announced as LightNight principal sponsor for third successive year

LightNight, Liverpool’s one-night arts festival, returns on Friday 13 May 2016. Now in its seventh year, the festival sees tens of thousands of visitors descend on Liverpool city centre to experience and celebrate the city’s world-class arts and culture late into the night.
light night 2016

Be part of LightNight Liverpool – 13 May 2016

Open Culture are inviting artists and arts, culture and heritage organisations of all sizes to put forward special events to be part of the 2016 festival.

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