Sunday 5th May

Walking Tour with Roger Hill: Where Are We?
Assembly Point: Ropewalks Square, outside FACT, L1H 4HY
Time: 1pm & 3pm
Tickets: £5/
£3 (Students/Over 60s/Unemployed)

Broadcaster and writer Roger Hill leads a walk through the streets to discover The City That Never Was, But Always Is. Expect to see Liverpool in a new, maybe fantastical, light. In a period of uncertainty and competing realities, what should we believe?
Roger Hill is a freelance director, performer, arts and education consultant, writer, lecturer and broadcaster. He has presented the nation’s longest-running alternative music programme on BBC Radio Merseyside for more than 35 years. He has played a prominent and active part in the development of Youth Theatre in the U.K and worldwide beginning in the 1980s with chairing the National Association of Youth Theatres (NAYT) of which he is now honorary President.
He began his professional career as a director at the Liverpool Everyman Theatre in the 1980s, moving from running the Youth Theatre to Associate Director of the main theatre, after which he turned to freelance work creating a number of performance pieces with small independent companies.

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