Art the Herald Angels Sing!

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This weekend it is the exciting Winter Arts Market at St Georges Hall. This beautiful, vast space will be bursting with talented local crafts people selling their fab work. It’s a great place to pick up an unusual present or just get in the mood for Christmas! If you’re feeling inspired by all the creativity and imagination taking place in the Hall then you should pop over to the Walker as we’re hosting a special Christmas weekend too.     Events and times: Saturday 8 December Cornucopias 1– 4pm Make your own Victorian Christmas decoration Wreath making demonstration 1– 4pm Watch demonstrations by floristry staff and students from Hugh Baird College and learn how to make beautiful Christmas wreaths. Sketchy Santa 1-4pm Did you know Santa can draw? Come along and join him for a fun, arty afternoon. Limited spaces, collect a ticket from the welcome desk. Music 1-1.30 and 2-2.30pm Join singer songwriter Scott Steele as he performs an acoustic set including some festive songs. The Second Shepherds play 2.30-3.15pm Following the exploits of three humble shepherds and a mischievous sheep-stealer called Mak, this delightful medieval play blends boisterous comedy with the story of Christ’s birth. Chamber Orchestra 1.30-2pm and 3.30-4pm The University of Liverpool Chamber Orchestra perform relaxing music. Christmas Collage 10-4pm Create a Christmas collage to take home. Sunday 9 December Cornucopias 10am – 4pm Make your own Victorian Christmas decoration in Big Art for Little Artists. Wreath making demonstration 1pm – 4pm Watch demonstrations by floristry staff and students from Hugh Baird College and learn how to make beautiful Christmas wreaths. Just Midnight 1-2pm Join Just Midnight, an award winning mixed voice accapella group for a selection of seasonal favourites. Design a Jigsaw 1-4pm Design your own jigsaw puzzle to give as a gift. Christmas Carols 3-4pm Join the principal tenor of Absolute Opera, Roy Weissensteiner, for a short musical history of Christmas carols.
Find out more about National Museums Liverpool’s free festive events here.