Let the Music Play at ……..’Metal’ Edge Hill L’pool 7
Join Jodie Mellor from Metal-Culture and friends, coming together, celebrating the great art and culture of Merseyside at this Saturday 20th September’s Open Day, including the chance to view the stunning Botech Compositions: New Work by Macoto Murayama, a family film screening, music and free food, all at the Metal venue Edge Hill Station Liverpool 7.
I love this historic sandstone building and can just imagine George Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ tumbling out of the sheds at the top of Tunnel Road and being heaved up and down the cobbled stones to the rails below.
Opened on 15th August 1836, when the first line to Lime Street was built, they are the oldest passenger station buildings in the world and still in use today.
This Saturday, the refurbished buildings are fully open to a lavish botanical artistic spectacle.
Free fun for all the family will run throughout the day from 11am-4pm.
11.30- Film screening of ‘Ponyo’ a Japanese animated adventure film.
1.30-4pm ‘September Serenades’ an eclectic mix of music styles and practices produced by a dynamic list of artists and musicians supporting the afternoons entertainment.
If you have not seen any of the Biennial artworks on Merseyside then take a tour of Liverpool starting here at Edge Hill Station. The Mersey art festival isn’t just taking place in galleries-turn a corner and you could bump into it.
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