by Early Risers Everywhere
Happenings / Pop up performances
7.30am – Noon
Are you a morning person? If not, make an exception just this once and start the new day with some tasty culture as surprise performances take place across the city, inspired by John Lennon’s song.
Meet kazoo-wielding cultural cockerels and bands of musicians playing a Good Morning fanfare as you wend your way to work.
Enjoy Rapid Response Unit’s theatrical review of the General Election and rehearsed readings of new plays ‘Lonely Hearts Club Band’ by Luke Barnes and Sour Cherries’ by Stuart Crowther brought to you by the Unity Theatre ‘on tour’, at The Crack pub and LIPA.
Enjoy yoga, Indian music and a 1967 DJ set at the Bluecoat. Learn more about Tara Browne – who “blew his mind out in a car” – at Tate Café.
Paul McGann reads Herman Melville at The Athenaeum. Baritone Marcus Farnsworth sings morning songs by Schubert, Wolf and others at the Phil’s Music Room. Chill and enjoy breakfast and boogie in the Kazimier Gardens.
Young artists from LIPA and LIMF perform on Church Street ahead of a grand, feather-filled noon finale, where you can join a Spirit of ’67 ‘love in’.
Don’t go to work on an egg – go to work on a high on this ‘Good Morning’.
Some events are free drop-ins. Some offer ‘cheep’ and cheerful tickets (£3-6).
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM:
For Unity Theatre events T: 0151 709 4988 or visit www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk
For ‘He Blew His Mind Out In A Car’ at Tate Cafe, go to eventbrite.co.uk
Watch this space for further details coming soon.