Haegue Yang, Long Neck Woman Upside Down, 2016. Installation view at Tate Liverpool, Liverpool Biennial 2018: Beautiful world, where are you? Photo: Roger Sinek © Tate Liverpool. Liverpool Biennial 2018 – Beautiful world, where are you
Haegue Yang, Long Neck Woman Upside Down, 2016

Liverpool Biennial 2018 Weekend Guide

Sara Jaspan, Exhibitions Editor

Ok; we’ll admit that navigating as large, multi-faceted and action-packed a festival as Liverpool Biennial in just a weekend may sound like a challenge… But it can be done. Here we’ve put together our own specially-crafted itinerary to help you get the most out of a whistle-stop visit. If you’re lucky (or organised) enough to be able to coincide with the Opening, be sure to catch some of the one-off performances taking place on the 14 & 15 July. For a more in-depth look at what this year’s 10th anniversary edition – poetically titled Beautiful world, where are you? – has to offer, check out our full festival guide and top five highlights here.

Here are our picks

Things to do right now

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Activity Until 14 August 2022, from £2.00

Heaton Park Pump Track

The Gruffalo at The lowry
Families Until 21 August 2022, from £10.00

The Gruffalo at The Lowry

The Jungle Book at Williamson Park
Families Until 28 August 2022, from £15.00

The Jungle Book at Williamson Park

Open Air Theatre in Manchester and the North
Childrens Until 29 August 2022, from £28.00

Stig of the Dump at Grosvenor Open Air Theatre

Activity Until 30 August 2022, Quarry Bank admission prices apply (free for National Trust members) £1.50 for trail

The Lost Words at Quarry Bank

Festivals Until 31 August 2022, from £9.95

Flying Fighters of Taiwan at HOME

Great Northern Sandpit
Families Until 31 August 2022, FREE

The Great Northern Sandpit

Activity Until 31 August 2022, from £40

Northern Quarter Taster Walk with Manchester Food Walks