We are pleased to announce Shiverpool’s
Liverpool ‘With out Walls’ street theatre activities
We have 13 ‘Hope Street Shivers’ Tour Experiences up for grabs to organisations and groups in Merseyside at no cost to participants.
The Tour Experiences will last approximately 90mins long and can take place any date or time subject to availability.
The tours are an exciting blend of physical-storytelling including History, Heritage-Tales and Folklore taking in Liverpool’s most impressive and glorious city surroundings delivered by a group of award-winning guides.
We will be working with professional and experienced artists to deliver the programme providing excellent quality and a safe and supportive environment for all to enjoy at their own pace, including members of family, support groups or carers.
How it works
Each activity will be delivered exclusively to your group, we would suggest no fewer than six participants and no more than 15.
Your activity can take place any time or date between Sunday and Wednesday from 14th of September up until October 28th 2020.
If you would like to join one of our shows then we would ask you to respond to this email and answer the below Qs by 7th of September. This will help us to book in all performers and schedule your requested dates and times.
Activity: Famous Hope Street Shivers
Full Description: The Hope Street Shivers takes in the Cathedral Quarter of Hope Street- Beginning outside The Philharmonic Pub; includes both Cathedrals, Rodney Street (and the infamous story of Liverpool’s most infamous undead resident) and The Irish Centre. The journey ends beneath the Gothic Majesty of Liverpool’s Anglican in St James’ cemetery where something sinister lurks…
Length of Activity: Full experience: 1 hour and a half (90 mins) – 0.9 mile walk (18 min walk non stop)
Start Location: Outside Philharmonic Pub
End Location: St James’ Cemetery (Anglican Cathedral)
Parking: Anglican Cathedral/Upper Duke Street
Nearest Train Station: Liverpool Central
Arrival: Ten minutes before tour start
Dress: Wrap up warm (tours happen in all weathers except storms) – Flat shoes recommended.
Please answer the following to submit your request:
Name of organisation:
Name of main contact:
Main contact number:
Main contact email address:
Number of guests attending:
Details and any special requirements:
Date and time requested:
Any other info on your group:
What happens next:
Please email your request to LWOW@shiverpool.co.uk and our team will select 13 submissions and we will notify each organisation no later than 9th September.
You will then receive a confirmation email with all the details of the activity.
NB: The Hope Street Shivers is wheelchair accessible.
If you require a risk assessment or Insurance policy, please ask.
Important Notice: Shiverpool will be recording each activity using film and or photography if there’s no objection raised.
Shiverpool Contact Name
What We Do:
Shiverpool is a multi award winning storytelling street theatre tour company that activates the city centre’s most historical and stunning buildings and locations with weird and wonderful tales of history mystery and more. Our experiences delight and entertain all the family, schools, youth groups visitors to the city and Liverpool audiences. We work with the region’s emerging artists and storytellers to deliver our shows that have been recognised nationally for their excellence.
Our street performances are an important part of the city’s creative ecology and advocating local independent businesses on our tours is an important part of what we do.
After the Tour:
We will provide the gift of a specially printed hand drawn illustrated Shiverpool City Ghost Map, a memento of the event and to encourage further exploration of the city of Liverpool, to seek out new adventure and discover Liverpool’s Haunted Heritage.
We are able to deliver our activities Covid secure with a full and robust health and safety assessment- taking the latest government guidelines into consideration.
This activity is supported by Culture Liverpool & Arts Council England as part of the Without Walls Project.