Saturday 20th August - Sunday 30th October This month, St George’s Hall is set to launch the most exciting tour yet to hit the city and, make no mistake, this voyage is not for the faint of heart…! For the first time in over 100 years, visitors will be invited to discover the magnificent Grade I listed building’s hidden depths and unseen places - from the old rickety wooden structures of the dark corridors above The Great Hall, down to the recently discovered lost tunnel below.
JELLYFISHMOON bring the acclaimed American Natural History Museum digitally animated film SonicVision to St George’s Quarter. Shown in full dome 360 degree projection, with a soundtrack scored by the Constellation Collective, the film consists of flying fractals and geometric shapes. For 26 minutes experience a journey that delves in to peoples’ consciousness and asks them questions about their relationships with sound, light, movement and the geometry seen all around. St George’s Quarter are proud to support this fantastic project and bring SonicVision to St George’s hall Plateau for May bank holiday weekend. This is the next step in immersive audio-visual entertainment. Supported using pubic funding by Arts Council England. For more information www.jellyfishmoon.co.uk Standing event with Disabled access, schools and groups welcome. Tickets available at St Georges Hall Heritage entrance.
A season of classic Shakespeare plays will take place at St George’s Hall Liverpool to mark the 400th Anniversary of the Bard’s death. Appropriately entitled, Where There’s A Will, the season features four of The Bard’s most popular plays which will be staged in the stunning Concert Room at the iconic venue. Where There’s A Will is being presented by Chalice Media Limited and starts with Macbeth (24 to 28 April). It will be followed by The Tempest (3 and 4 June); Romeo And Juliet (2 and 3 July); and Much Ado About Nothing (3 to 5 August). Tickets go on sale at 9am this Friday (26 February).
This winter the iconic Weeping Window will be on display outside St George’s Hall, Liverpool. Weeping Window is a cascade comprising several thousand handmade ceramic poppies seen pouring from a high window to the ground below; Wave is a sweeping arch of bright red poppy heads suspended on towering stalks.