Stealing Sheep: Song Machine
21 May 2021
Liverpool based artist's Emily Lansley, Luciana Mercer & Rebecca Hawley are a group of womxn who perform under the moniker ‘Stealing Sheep’. They create audio-visual spectacles that explore futurist themes by combining light art, sound sculpting and live instruments.
The trio plan to create a mass songwriting experience by taking the form of a conceptual SONG MACHINE as they invite the audience to create a 'Liverpool Song for the future of PLAY' that communicates what PLAY IS...
The audience members can send up to six words that will be fed to the SONG MACHINE and processed into a new composition performed live at the British Music Experience on 21 May 2021.
How to get involved?
Tweet your lyrics to @Stealingsheep #playis with up to 6 words
This event is part of LightNight, Liverpool’s free one-night arts festival.
LightNight invites audiences to stay up late, as our museums, galleries and studios throw open their doors to stage a free trail of special events for all ages, exploring the theme of Play.
Over 75 special events will take place in-person and online including hands-on workshops, exhibitions, tours, talks, installations and much more.
Produced by local social enterprise Open Culture, this year’s festival explores how Play can offer a space to create, re-imagine and find novel solutions to global problems.
For more information visit: lightnightliverpool.co.uk.
The bar is open from 8:00pm, with the performance starting at 9:00pm. This seated event takes place in the main stage area, museum galleries remain closed.
Capacity is limited due to government restrictions and standard covid safety measures are in place.
Tickets are free and limited to 2 per person. On sale 9am on 5 May.