The Hope Street Feast returns for its sixth year on Sunday 18th September 2011, from 10.30am to 5.00pm. The Hope Street Feast is an urban village fete for the Hope Street Quarter of Liverpool, which gives you the chance to experience music, dance, theatre, art, food, drink, local produce, and learning experiences to brighten your day. As always, there’s lots of lovely music to enjoy, including:-
After 8 Stage, Myrtle Street – MC Fabian Rothschild introduces a line up including Alan Burke, Ian Prowse, Ogo, and John O’Connell.
Liverpool Philharmonic Open Day – lots of activities and shows in the Foyer, Main Auditorium, and the Rodewald Suite, including a preview of this year’s Irish Sea Sessions, Chinese dance, music and theatre, and Will Pound (harmonica) and Dan Walsh (banjo).
Mount Street Stage – including Chris Ward (TBC), Jo Bywater, Laura James, and more.
Hope Street Hotel Residents’ Lounge Stage – hosted by Alex Berger from 12.00pm to 5.00pm.
More information will be available throughout the week, so keep checking back with for more information:-
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