Beautiful world, where are you? at Liverpool Playhouse

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Beautiful world, where are you? at Liverpool Playhouse Theatre – Liverpool Biennial

Beautiful world, where are you? at the Playhouse theatre at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 14 July — 7 October 2018 Entrance is free

Part of Liverpool Biennial 2018Beautiful world, where are you? at Liverpool Playhouse visitors will find works by Madiha Aijaz, Ei Arakawa, Ari Benjamin Meyers, Reetu Sattar and Iacopo Seri. Presented on the theatre stage is Meyers’s series of musical compositions which act as film portraits of four musicians from Liverpool: Bette Bright, Budgie, Ken Owen and Louisa Roach.

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.

Note: ‘Beautiful world, where are you?’ at The Playhouse Theatre will end on 7 October.

Beautiful world, where are you? at the Playhouse theatre at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 14 July — 7 October 2018 Entrance is free

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