The inaugural Liverpool Guild Performing Arts Festival will take place this weekend featuring a number of dance, drama and music performances and workshops.
The event, which is open to everyone, is expected to be popular with students and families and will celebrate the work that the performing arts societies do both on and off campus throughout the year.
Fundraising will also be a major part of the event with money being raised for four charities: Catalyst Performing Arts, War Child UK, MND Association and the Michael Causer Foundation.
Commenting on the event, organiser Alisdair Stirling said: “We’re delighted to be holding the first Guild Performing Arts Festival. There really will be something for everybody and we hope it will attract members of the University and the local community.”
The FREE daytime events will take place on Sunday, 24 April 12–9pm in Abercromby Square, the Sphinx bar and Mountford Hall, followed by an official after party in the Cellar at the Guild for only £5. Tickets can be purchased on the Guild website at: http://www.liverpoolguild.org/groups/lums-liverpool-university-music-society/events/lgos-performing-arts-festival-after-party