Beautiful world, where are you? at Bluecoat

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Beautiful world, where are you? at Bluecoat – Liverpool Biennial 2018

Beautiful world, where are you? at Bluecoat at Bluecoat, City Centre 14 July — 28 October 2018 Entrance is free

Part of Liverpool Biennial 2018Beautiful world, where are you? at Bluecoat presents work by several artists, including Abbas Akhavan’s monumental sculpture referencing artworks destroyed by ISIS over the last decade and Ryan Gander’s collaborations with five children from Knotty Ash Primary School in Liverpool.

Beautiful world, where are you? invites artists and audiences to reflect on a world of social, political and economic turmoil. Find our full Liverpool Biennial 2018 guide here.

Beautiful world, where are you? at Bluecoat at Bluecoat, City Centre 14 July — 28 October 2018 Entrance is free

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City Centre
Shop
Bluecoat Display Centre

The Bluecoat Display Centre in Liverpool is a contemporary craft shop – and it’s been doing its thing for over 50 years – despite funding cuts and recessions.

Probe Records record shop in Liverpool
City Centre
Shop
Probe Records

For more than 40 years, Probe Records has stocked an immense selection of music and provided a hangout for vinyl addicts and musicians alike.

Mamasan Liverpool
City Centre
Mamasan Liverpool

Mamasan is a new three-floor South East Asian inspired restaurant and bar based in Liverpool One. It also has exciting cook-at-home options.

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Theatre
Epstein Theatre

The Epstein Theatre in Liverpool, formerly known as the Neptune Theatre, was renamed in honour of The Beatles’ Manager Brian Epstein.

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Bacino

Bacino pizza and cicchetti bring a slice of Naples cuisine to Liverpool. With tasty dishes and lots of drinks options.

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