Art, live music and food come together for Past Times, a late-night fête full of activities for all ages. During the night partake in an arts and crafts workshop, hear stories inspired by Constellations, or join in classic summer style games. A dressing up box will be present, with props for you to transform into someone new or old.
We’re also running a Great Art Bake Off, for those who fancy creating their own edible works of art. Responding to LightNight’s theme of time, renowned baker Dan Lepard will be judging this year’s competition. If you wish to enter, please submit your name, email address and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Peter Blake dazzle café will be open serving locally-sourced food and a wide selection of drinks throughout the evening. Remember kids eat free when an accompanying adult purchases a main course.
Join us for a pre-summertime festivity!
18.00–20.00 Workshop: Learn about the first time-keepers in a hands-on workshop with Mad Science
18.00–20.30 Arts and crafts making station in Tate Liverpool’s café
19.00 Performance: Mersey Morris Men
19.45–20.00 Great Art Bake Off judging with Dan Lepard
20.00–21.30 Music: Off the Grid playing their folk music in Tate Liverpool’s Café
Exhibitions & Displays
17.00–21.00 Ellsworth Kelly in Focus
17.00–20.00 Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus
This event is part of the eighth annual LightNight Liverpool, the free one-night arts festival, which will take place on Friday 19 May 2017. If you want to see the full detail’s of this year’s events, the LightNight festival guide is available to buy in Tate Liverpool’s shop.