New exhibitions descend upon Liverpool
We’re so lucky to have lots of great museums in Liverpool and we’re always excited to see new exhibitions arriving in the city. This October, there two new exhibits to get your teeth into, along with the annual Homotopia festival.
First up is the enchanting ‘Magic Worlds‘ exhibition which has been organised by the V&A and will reside in the World Museum from the 18th October. There will be over 150 objects on display, including Harry Potter’s broomstick and Cottingley fairy photographs! There will be a whole host of interactive displays and with a chance for little ones to dress up as a magicians, wizards, characters from ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.’ Running until the 4th March, this is one exhibition you won’t want to miss.
David Hockney will also have some of his early work on display in the Walker Art Gallery from the 11th October (tomorrow) until the 16th March. The exhibition will form part of the Homotopia festival which runs annually in the city.
As part of the Homotopia festival, there will also be a series of theatre, talks and exhibitions across Liverpool. For more information on everything that’s going on, head to the website here.
We’re off to see Crime and Punishment at the Liverpool Playhouse next Monday so stay tuned to hear what we thought of the play, we can’t wait!
Love from The Liverpool Gift Company.