Various venues, Baltic Triangle, Liverpool, 13-14 April
That’s right, it’s just 7 days until Across the Threshold, the 2 day mini-adventure in the Baltic Triangle kicks off with a whole host of music, performance, visual arts, workshops & discussion.
Joining them from Liverpool, the North West, UK and as far afield as Oslo and New York City, they have a huge array of genre bending, mad cap creative, pop rocking acts for you at Unit 51, District and Hobo Pub.
Add that to a stunning visual arts programme featuring some of the favourite past exhibitors and they have a multi-arts mini-adventure for you spanning across the 13th and 14th of April.
SHED Talks & Workshops
Open to all and free to attend – More info and sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org
SHED Talks – 11.30-15.20 – Baltic Creative Shed (Unit 51)
11.30: Yes Festival Tomorrow – The future of Liverpool festivals
Yaw Owusu (LIMF, NBTM), Becky Ayres (Liverpool Sound City), Black Beacon Sound (Label, Agency, Promoter), Paul Dunbar (Liverpool Acoustic Festival)
12.50: Affordable & Unmissable – Tips from the pros on getting your event pitched just right & finding the money to do it
Eve Howlett (Secret Circus), Michael Edward (Loner Noise, Wrong Festival), Jason Anstice (TIcket Quarter/ACC Liverpool), Mark Jones (Medication), Francisco Carrassco (OLC Productions)
14.20: Across the Threshold – Town Hall discussion on moving Threshold Festival forwards
Krystian Hudson (Yeah Buddy, Liverpool Calling), Craig McDonald (CMD Presents), Jimmy Coultas (Skiddle), John Gibbons (The Rider), Kaya Herstad Carney (Threshold Festival)
Artist Workshops – 11.00 & 13.00 – District
11.00: iSing Magazine – Vocal Health Workshop
Vocal Strength & Stamina with Line Hilton
13.00: ACM (Academy of Contemporary Music) – Band in the Round
Musicianship workshop for New Bands, With Owen Vyse (Echo & The Bunnymen, Blondie, David Gilmour, Beck).
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