Lighting up the Chinese Arch, the Black-E and The Arch, there will be projections, music and lighting, that together will tell the story of Liverpool’s incredible Chinese history and culture.
Chinese New Year will be part of the ‘China Dream’ season, that sees Liverpool embrace contemporary Chinese arts and culture from February 2018 to October 2018.
China Dream will be inspire visitors with a programme including the wonder of the Terracotta Army at the World Museum the Moon Festival and Shanghai Film Festival.
As well as all this, the city’s restaurants will be serving up some Chinese culinary delights to make the New Year celebrations even more mouthwatering!
11:30am – 12:15pm Kwong Tam School of Tai Chi (in association with See Yep Association)12:20 – 1pm Pagoda Arts – Flower Drums, Fan Tai Chi, Dance and Happy Dance!
1:05 – 1:45pm Firecracker Display – Lucky Man, Dragon and Unicorn Parades
1:45 – 2pm Martial Arts Demonstration (Liverpool Hung Gar Kung Fu Friendship Association)
2:05 – 2:25pm Traditional Chinese Fan Dance & Cheongsam Costume Show (Wah Sing Community Centre Dancers)
2:35 – 2:45pm Chinese Red Lantern Dance (Friendship Dancers)
2:50 – 3:20pm 24 Festival Drums, Liverpool Guild of Students tbc
3:30 – 4pm Chinese Fusion Dance Workshop – have a go! (Movema Dance)
16:00 – 5pm A showcase of traditional and contemporary music, dance and song by Chinese students in a partnership between Everyman and Playhouse and Liverpool Confucius Institute.
5 – 5:30pm Terracotta Warriors Love – A performance inspired by the fusion of Chinese Opera, Martial arts and contemporary dance. (A partnership by Pagoda Arts, Everyman Playhouse and Liverpool Confucius Institute).
5:30 – 6pm Chinese Fusion Dance (Movema Dance & 24 Festival Drums, Liverpool Guild of Students)
6.30pm Chinese New Year lumiere – Jingwei’s Legacy
6.40pm Pyrotechnic display