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Rita McBride, Portal, 2016. Installation view at Toxteth Reservoir. Liverpool Biennial 2016. Photo Joel Chester Fildes

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Liverpool’s surprising and unmissable culture is the rocket fuel of the city.

               
You can get your cultural fix in Liverpool at any time of year, as sparkling seasons from the city’s theatres, its orchestra, festivals, galleries, museums and performers create a festival every weekend.

From the immensely international to the uniquely underground, Liverpool offers culture staged against the backdrop of Liverpool’s unparalleled architecture and its world heritage waterfront.

You won’t have time to take in everything on your first visit, but you can always come back to experience Liverpool’s unique and distinctive cultural life, all year round. 

See your bespoke offers below or head to Visit Liverpool.com for regularly updated information. Need some itinerary suggestions? Download the Cultural flyer here.  For an at-a-glance guide to Liverpool's Quarters, click here. To find out more, or of you have an enquiry, please email conferences@visitliverpool.com

SPECIAL OFFERS

Tate Liverpool

Yves Klein exhibition - the first Klein exhibition in the UK for over 20 years featuring Klein's monochrome paintings as well as those where he explores the relationship between life and art. Price £6 (normally £11). Book online using Promo Code "CONFERENCE", or buy tickets at the Box Office quoting "Conference". Includes entry into Edward Krasinski exhibition. Exhibition runs 21 Oct - 5 Mar 2017. 

Tracey Emin and William Blake in focus - this exhibition looks at the work of artists Tracey Emin (b. 1963) and William Blake (1757 - 1827) and will reveal unexpected links between the two artists in a free display of contrasting works from the Tate collection. Both artists' work show a concern with spirituality, birth and death.

Tracey Emin’s ‘My Bed’ 1998, one of Britain’s most renowned artworks of the past 20 years will be at the heart of the display, in the north for the first time. The work features the artist’s own bed with stained sheets and personal objects and offers an unflinching self-portrait in which the artist herself is absent. FREE. Exhibition runs until 3 September 2017.

** Discounted rate for Tate's Audio Guide to their free to visit exhibitions.  Price £2.50 (normally £3), please quote "conference" at the box office when requesting the Audio Guide. 


Liverpool Cathedral

2 for 1 offer for Tower Tour ticket (single ticket £5.50). To access the 2 for 1 offer please quote "delegate" at the cathedral shop when purchasing the Tower Tour ticket.


Lantern Theatre
10% off at the theatre's new bar, Downstairs @ The Lantern, with every show ticket purchased.  Also, 5 tickets for the price of 4 offer.  To book/redeem, please call the theatre box office on +44 151 703 0000 quoting 'It's Liverpool'.

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