shines on Light Night 2013
FRIDAY, 17 May 2013,
might have been a bit cold and damp, but the City was extremely
active as it was illuminated for Light
Night 2013, (the 4th instalment of the annual festival), with
over 130 special events celebrating what the City's world-class
culture has to offer.
Visitors enjoyed 5 dazzling light projections, street theatre,
the public reopening of Liverpool Central Library and the launch
of LOOK/13 Liverpool International Photography Festival amidst
scores of parades, workshops, performances, open studios and
A wedding proposal was accepted at the top of the Anglican
Cathedral during the festival, and Liverpool Central Library
received over 15,000 visitors.
This year event was the biggest programme ever, making it the
largest of the UK wide, Museums at Night initiative.
Charlotte Corrie of Open Culture, co-ordinators of Light Night
said:- "It's been the most popular Light Night yet! The
success of Light Night is down to the tremendous contribution of
all the arts organisations and creatives that have taken part
this year, offering a real showcase of the year-round offer. The
public response has been excellent, and we're so happy to see
the festival going from strength to strength each year. Everyone
is invited to the next one on Friday 16th May 2014."
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