SUNDAY 18 September 2011. Full details on the website: www.hopestreetfeast.com
Hope Street Quarter, Liverpool 10.30am – 5.30pm
Hope Street Feast is the urban village fete of the Hope Street Quarter, full of the music, dance, theatre, art and great food, drink, local produce and learning that characterise Hope Street’s special contribution to Liverpool life. 2011 will be the 6th Hope Street Feast.
There’s a huge market along Hope Street, with hot food, produce and other stalls, all animated by the street theatre of Hope Street Ltd’s Free Radical Follies, and Maison Foo’s mobile library … There are open air dining areas and bars, with music stages on Myrtle Street and Mount Street and walkabout performances on Falkner Street, as well as more music in the great venues of Hope Street Quarter. There are Open Days and activities at Liverpool Philharmonic, Unity Theatre, Blackburne House, the former Irish Centre on Mount Pleasant, Merseyside Dance Initiative, Hope Street Hotel, the Masonic Hall, the Caledonia pub, and both Liverpool Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral. With a beer festival running until closing time on Roscoe Street, it’s a great day out for everyone!
It’s all free to enter, you just pay for your purchases – and throw a bit of change into the official charitable collection that supports the cost of the event! Thanks!
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