Updated: Oct 5, 2022
A 30ft Pyramid Created By 14 Global Artists Will Exhibit Across The Liverpool City Region After They Sought Refuge In Liverpool
Made Of Stars is a ground-breaking immersive journey opening in Liverpool this autumn.
Centred around a stunning 30-foot pyramid, the piece is an exploration of humanity in the modern world and has been created by a community of global artists who have sought refuge in Liverpool.
A 10-day run of the experience takes place from Tuesday 11th until Thursday 20th October at The Black-E. It is suitable for audiences of all ages, Made Of Stars will wrap everyone in an empowering sensorial experience that draws on the awe inspiring stories of 14 refugee artists led by Iranian film maker Elia Sadeqi, Jaime Perez Sandoval who is a radio presenter from El Salvador, Mudaser Akbari, a young Afghan boxer and Monira Whadat, an Afghan seamstress.
The installation then visits 3 other locations across the Liverpool City Region throughout late October and into November in the Liverpool Boroughs of Knowsley and St. Helens, with Heart of Glass and Liverpool Lighthouse in Anfield.
Free tickets for all locations are available from Friday 30th September 1pm at www.turntabletheatre.co.uk.