There will be six identical mermaid statues sculpted by a local artist and decorated by local schools groups. The first five statues below will be unveiled with a small celebration event; the sixth (decorated by the sculptor) will be unveiled by the Mayor.
Liverpool and Wirral – get ready to walk in the footsteps of Giants.
Preparations are underway as the city gears up to welcome some very special Giant visitors for what will be their third and final Liverpool experience.
Royal de Luxe, the world’s leading street theatre company, is returning to its second home for a free, unmissable show from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 October 2018.
Fans of the previous Giant Spectaculars won’t be surprised to hear plans for the October outing are currently under lock and key, and all that can be confirmed so far is that the action will take place in areas of Wirral and Liverpool, and the theme of the four days is Liverpool’s Dream.
Which Giants will be embarking on this adventure will be announced in the near future, and the route itself will be revealed around September.
Maritime history with a rant and a roar! 'ALL ABOARD!' for SHANTIES and SONGS of the SEA on the banks of the RIVER MERSEY. LIVERPOOL's MARITIME HISTORY celebrated in song. PORT SUNLIGHT SEA DOGS continue a great tradition of shanty singing at the New Brighton Floral Pavilion FRIDAY 28th OCTOBER
Singing, to the people of Rhos, is very important. Rhosllanerchrugog is a village of about 9,000 inhabitants situated on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Vale of Maelor in North East Wales. The village of Rhos remains a vigorous Welsh community.
For one night they will appear at New Brightons Floral Pavillion on Friday 30th September