‘Refugee’- a devised, collaborative play. (Potentially Brilliant Productions presents a one hour drama 'Refugee' which looks at the current predicaments of refugees caught up in complex international politics, militarism and exploitation, connecting these fluxes to the personal lives of people trying to survive.)
The Casa, Hope St, 8pm £5. Adults Only. Jesca Hoop The Magnet, 8PM, £12.50
Thursday 6th April
Free Rock n Roll with Crocodile God (who've been making records since 1994, inspired by The Descendants, Propaghandi, Ramones), Down & Outs and Poly-Esters Sound Food and Drink 8pm, FREE
Lantern Theatre Writer’s Forum The Black-E. 7:30-9:30.
Friday 7th April
Hot 8 Brass Band- For over 20 years one of the most popular and visible funk-style New Orleans brass bands in community parades and funerals. Invisible Wind Factory, 7:30pm £16.50 via skiddle.com
Sean Borodale: Asylum Oedipus with Saphena Aziz and Steve Boyland. - Over the last year, Bluecoat's resident artist and writerSean Borodale has mapped the city through location-based recordings of James Joyce's Ulysses. Residents from Liverpool's many neighbourhoods have been invited to read an extract, with their accumulative responses shaping a new version of the text. The performances will be set against a new large-scale typographic print work The Bluecoat- 7.30pm £5/£4