Diverse range of talent showcased in June series of events at Liverpool Bluecoat

Liverpool’s Bluecoat is a centre for the contemporary arts, and stages events and exhibitions showcasing the best in music, dance, art and literature.

Liverpool’s Bluecoat is staging a plethora of unique events throughout the month of June and YB News takes a look at some of the highlights…

Immix Ensemble presents new collaborative works

Thu June 8, 8pm
£5
Local new music ensemble Immix performs new collaborative works with traditional instruments and modular electronics from Norwich-based experimental electronica composer Luke Abbott and Liverpool composer Daniel Thorne.
Luke Abbott has been a leading figure in British electronic music for close to a decade, typically working with modular synthesisers, as well as on film scores and collaborations with the likes of Mercury Award nominated instrumental group Portico Quartet.
Fri June 9, 7.30am
Free, drop in
As part of the city-wide celebration Sgt Pepper at 50, the building opens early to salute The Beatles’ celebrated album track Good Morning, Good Morning. Highlights include a morning raga with live sitar and tabla, yoga in the courtyard, a crowing cockerel video, and DJ set of Pepper versions. Breakfast available from 7.30am.
Sun June 11, 4pm
Free, booking advised
Last summer the art criticism website and research project The White Pube, put an open call for videos made by people without a degree in Fine Art. Bluecoat will be screening the films of these 20 alternative artists.
‘Nanny Cam’ brings together films made by artists in their time working in retail, in the army, and bars. A few are unemployed, while one is a technician and another a nanny.
This event will offer people the opportunity to view film-making through a different perspective.
Thu June 16, 7.30pm
£6/£4
This movement is based on interdisciplinary performance with Jo Blowers and guests, as they tell stories that resonate on a personal and universal level and offer insights into what might happen as we navigate our way between the two. The work plays with the idea of people as objects and objects as performers, the re-enchantment of everyday life, and is a tender, playful and quirky exploration of contemporary culture seen through the eyes of a diverse range of people.
This performance will reflect material gathered from Jo’s Post It sessions, that are taking place at Bluecoat throughout June.

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