Light Night 14 May 2010

Friday 14 May 2010 will see over 50 Liverpool venues staying open late into the night, and putting on special events for explorers of all ages to enjoy the amazing mix of attractions in our vibrant city.

Light Night is a national event where cities ‘stay up late’; encouraging people of all ages to celebrate the city and it’s culture by seeing it in a different light.  A vast array of venues will be open late into the night showcasing a vibrant mix of arts and culture, late night shopping, walking tours and other special events and attractions.

Light Night also adds a second late night offering to the city, following in the footsteps of ‘The Long Night’ events and building on its success – speaking of which, The Long Night will be on 18 November this year.

Light Night in Liverpool also coincides with ‘Museums at Night’; an EU wide initiative and Culture24 spearheads the national campaign promoting late opening cultural spaces on the weekend of 14 May each year.

Want to be part of Light Night 2010?

To put your event or activity forward to form part of the Light Night programme please fill in the online form at: http://tinyurl.com/LightNight2010 Deadline for submissions is Midnight 25th March 2010.  Thank you!

Your listing/s could be for an exhibition, screening, open studio (art or music), talk, tour, walk, workshop or performance –
anything special and unusual happening on the evening of Friday 14th May (4pm – late), indoor or outdoor under the broadest description of culture.

Already we have some great people and organisations signed up with the likes of The Walker Art Gallery, Tate Liverpool, the Bluecoat, FACT, Biennial, St Georges Hall Radio City and Steve Binns and now it’s your turn.

The Light Night will be heavily marketed within Liverpool and the Northwest and Culture24 will make a greater impact nationally. We’ll provide a strong marketing campaign; online and in print with 1000’s of Light Night brochures, full listings on Open Culture www.culture.org.uk and www.Liverpool.gov.uk, we have a dedicated press person pushing it far and wide plus we’re encouraging every participating venue/organisation to promote heavily across their own websites, databases and social networking sites.

There is no cost to signing up to be part of Light Night, but there isn’t any funding to subsidise any extra costs you may have.

Want to come to Light Night 2010?
Pop the date (14 May 2010) into your diary and eagerly anticipate the arrival of the Light Night guide hitting the streets closer to the time! You’ll be able to pick one up from any participating venue on the night and we’ll also be listing everything online at www.culture.org.uk If you register as an Open Culture user and choose to receive emails, we’ll send you a reminder about it too!

 

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