Crazy P are back as 24 Kitchen Street takes over Camp and Furnace to close off LightNight 2021.
Fusing slinky underground disco, deep electronic throbs, shimmering pop moments; this is dance music.
Age guidance: 18+
** Please note venue change from 24 Kitchen Street to Camp and Furnace **
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The Garstang Museum is the University of Liverpool’s archaeology museum. Founded in 1904, the collections include artefacts excavated from Egypt, Sudan and the Near East with highlights including an exceptional Nubian collection and the Egyptian mummy at the heart of the Egyptian Afterlife gallery.
Get up close to playful objects from the collection by viewing them in 3D. Made possible by state of the art scanning techniques, you can zoom in and get 360 degree views of ancient objects. Objects include a boy riding a pig, which is over 2000 years old and was possibly a baby’s rattle.
We also invite you to create your own Ancient Egyptian skittles game from recycled materials and clay by watching our YouTube film.
Audience: Specifically aimed at families with children
Liverpool DJ collective Girls on Deck present a scratch showcase of upcoming local young DJ’s, in partnership with the Unity Youth Club in Toxteth, hosted by District.
The girls on deck showcase for LightNight will celebrate some of our exciting students and the progress they have made, we have no doubt they are going to go on to take and dominate the club scene within the city and beyond!
We want to see more local young female DJ’s taking up space, with our guidance and mentorship we have already seen such a shift in confidence and ownership of their talents, and we want the city to see this and celebrate this too!
About Girls on Deck
Girls on Deck is a community for both established and aspiring DJ’s within the city and beyond. Working closely with the Unity Youth Club in Toxteth, Hannah and Gaia (two of the four GoD members) have facilitated workshops and lessons both within Toxteth and independently through Hannah’s DJ school 123 studios.
Girls on Deck aspires to nurture and celebrate the next generation of female DJ’s, from those as young as 6. It is clear the impact of music and DJing has been nothing but positive and important. Especially in regard to promoting particular genres of music including hip hop, afrobeats and rap.
Working with young people and creating accessible opportunities particularly for our local community here in Liverpool is at the heart of GoD. We understand how hard and elitist this industry can be, and we want to help eradicate that stigma.
Aimed at Adults Only
Wanderers of LightNight are invited to converge at L1’s original botanical DIY wonderland.
Find haven in this spiritual home. Partake in traditional Kazimier rites and customs – fireside revitalisation specially soundtracked by resident Kazimier DJs and accompanied by ceremonial sustenance and divine imbibements.
Micro Rituals with Dogshow runs 22:00—02:00 in the Stockroom at Kazimier Garden. Gather on the dancefloor of intimate new space Kazimier Stockroom and be taken on an improvised meditative journey.
Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here tonight to honour Disco Queen, Donna Summer on the anniversary of her passing into the fourth dimension. Leading the ceremony are local disc jockeys Andrew Ellis and James Binary, navigating the Four Seasons of Love. Free entry, but donations to support LightNight are encouraged on the door.
Giovanna (SisBis) The Garden 20:15 — 21:15
Sandi Hughes 21:00 — 22:30
Giovanna (SisBis) Main Space 22:30 — 00:30
Manara 00:30 — 02:30
plus BBQ in the Garden
Open Culture and Cartier 4 Everyone present four female artists at one unifying party to jumpstart LightNight into its next phase.
An audio-visual installation blurs into a dance piece; legendary LGBT/BAME archivist Sandi Hughes sets the tone with party tracks cut from 1975 to 2005; the vital global grooves of Giovanna (SisBis) light up the dancefloor further, before the Bollywood/Punjabi pop/club/hip-hop melting moves of south London’s Manara carry us away.
Also features a new work by locally-based video artist Anna Levin, screened 20:30 – 21:30.
Ticketed fundraising party to support LightNight. £4 advance / £5 OTD. Tickets are available to buy here.
Also features the premiere of new video work ‘Binding Ties’. Liverpool-based performer, artist, choreographer and filmmaker Anna Levin has worked with a dancer, costume-maker and composer in creating a dazzling mix of stop-motion cinema and Kabuki-inspired movement. ‘Binding Ties’ is about the relationship between two opposing forces, and a common thread that transforms them, tying them together in unison. With original music by Simon Knighton, this mixed-media video work is chapter one in a story waiting to unfold. From 20:45