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

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skyliner
Activity Until 27 September 2020, from £9

Skyliner: Alternative Tours of Manchester

Puffin Box
Music Until 27 September 2020, from £110

Puffin Box at Hilton House

gassing with the galdem
Activity Until 28 September 2020, FREE

Girl Gang: Gassing with the Galdem

Science Learning at Home with Jodrell Bank
Activity Until 30 September 2020, FREE

Science Learning at Home with Jodrell Bank

HOME Reopening Programme
Cinema Until 30 September 2020, from £5.5

HOME Reopening Film Programme

Visual Arts Until 30 September 2020, FREE

Manchester Art Gallery Highlights Tour

eat the archive
Activity Until 30 September 2020, FREE

Eat The Archive at Manchester Jewish Museum

MAD walkers
Activity Until 30 September 2020, £36.60 for annual membership

Manchester and District Walkers (MAD Walkers)

Activity Until 30 September 2020, from £20

Circus House: Circus Online

Cinema Until 30 September 2020, FREE

Above The Line – September at YES

Manchester Museum Online
Activity Until 30 September 2020, FREE

Manchester Museum Online