Come along to the iconic St Luke’s Bombed Out Church in Liverpool for 'Holy Hosts', a celebration of staff and volunteers who work in soup kitchens and homelessness charities, featuring talks, stories and a pop-up exhibition, and 'No Angels', an immersive theatre production that gives a real insight into life working for the NHS...and enjoy music from Liverpool’s own Keyside - signed just this year and already selling out gigs, this is a band that can raise the roof... if there was one!
Open to the night sky and a monument to the people of Liverpool, St Luke’s is the perfect place to shine a light on what it means to be without shelter or in need of care, and to celebrate the workers that offer it. You'll also be offered soup and a hot drink to warm up a cold November evening!
This event is suitable for ages 8+.
This event is part of Edge Hill University's Festival Hub programme.