Thursday, May 13, 2010

Light Night LIverpool.

A Foundation Liverpool
67 Greenland Street
Liverpool L1 0BY

Friday 14 May 2010
Until 2am
Admission Free

During Liverpool's Light Night, A Foundation's galleries will be open until 10pm giving visitors an extended opportunity to enjoy The Economy of the Gift, Saatchi Online: Northern Stars and the exhibition of work produced by A Curriculum's artists in residence.

As if this wasn't enough, from 10pm until 2am we will continue our after hours entertainment with live music and performances in our café bar. Acts include:

David Hoyle: David is a performance artist whose career has included stage, television, radio and film. In 2000 David killed off his alter ego, The Divine David, at an ice pageant at Streatham International Ice Rink. Since then he has continued to perform under his own name as a self-appointed Patron Saint to paranoid schizophrenics, aesthetes and the disenfranchised. David will be coming to Liverpool in the middle of a busy schedule to entertain the crowd throughout the night as MC and to conduct his Healing Seminar, spreading the gospel of equality and love. In his own words "in a world of artifice, at last some authenticity".

Acoustic set from Liverpool-based musician Simon Knighton.

Music from Liverpool's self-proclaimed 'pseudo hardcore band that wear hotpants', We Came Out Like Tigers.

And DJ sets from Elome & Trace Element

Exhibitions open:
Tuesday to Saturday 12pm to 6pm, Admission free

A Foundation
67 Greenland Street
Liverpool L1 0BY

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