I am delighted to be able to announce that Liverpool Hope University’s Angel Field Festival enters its second year in 2020 – running from Thursday 6th to Friday 14th February 2020.
The main hub of activity will be focussed at our beautifully renovated Creative Campus, which includes Liverpool's International Arts Venue, The Capstone Theatre and its multi award-winning Angel Field Renaissance Garden at its core.
At the core of our programming this year is the idea of ‘voyages’. 2020 marks 400 years since the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth and 250 years since the Endeavour landed in Australia. I do hope that you can come to join us through many creative and expressive voyages of discovery.
The Festival builds upon the distinct tradition of culture and arts of the City of Liverpool. Our Angel Field Festival aims always to delight, challenge, captivate and exhilarate, with its varied and diverse content, celebrating excellence in the arts in a fully inclusive environment. It provides an exciting addition to Liverpool’s cultural calendar celebrating local and international artists - combining music, theatre, dance, film, visual art and story-telling.
The full programme is now emerging with full details of festival events and you will find details of how to book on this site.
I truly look forward to welcoming you to the Angel Field Festival 2020.
Professor Stephen Davismoon, Artistic Director