Have seen the coverage for this over the last few days, an incredible event it looks like and great for Liverpool too.
Anything that gets art out to the masses is a huge plus from me, great photos showing it all off, it looks like you had a great day seeing it all.
Hiya, Steven, you are so right, anything that can get so many people out on the streets to see such a thing and see their reactions. Every one clapping and cheering showing how much they appreciated the performers huge efforts to put on a show was fantastic to see. Back tomorrow to see the finale I hope 🙂
I look forward to see more photos hopefully, looks like an amazing event and spectacle.
Great shots! Looks like we did the psychic twins thing again .. check my recent post : )
I haven’t had a chance to go through the blogs I follow yet, just looked at yours now…brilliant… what a spectacle it was you just couldn’t put a price on what it has done for the area and how it brought everyone out on the streets,,, absolutely awesome…
Looks amazing – I love these big community events 🙂
I had no idea it was happening, but West Yorkshire is in another universe! I guess we will pick up on Liverpool and Merseyside events after our move to North Wales.
Just been watching a video of the event on the Liverpool Echo website – Brilliant!
Loved the little girl giant’s dog 🙂
the dog was cute 🙂 it stopped further up the road from us and got himself fed a bit of a dance to the mad Eurovision music and then came past, my photo’s did not do it justice a huge cloud burst above us and spoiled the moment 🙂
hope your passport is in date then if your coming across the border… you’ll have so much choice of things to do when you move 🙂
Great photos! 😀
This is just , not even have words for this!!! I don’t even think AMAZING does justice! I saw the video and its just incredible!!!
It’s a fantastic spectacle … Liverpool are very lucky to get these things.
Amazing puppet – and a little scary too.
It was amazing, my daughter didn’t know about what we had planned her face was a picture when she caught site of her coming up the road.
Such awesome photos!
Thanks Marissa..trust you had a great weekend 🙂
Definitely! Went to the National Museum of Scotland with a friend from America, so I expect that the next week’s worth of posts will all be very Scottish!
What was the plot of the puppet performance?
How wonderful! What happened after that (after your photos – to the huge puppet…)
On the Saturday they ” slept ” near to the Arena in Liverpool…waking on Sunday morning for the finale..the streets were lined with thousands upon thousands to give them a nice send of on their ship 🙂
Brilliant photos, bet you had a great time. My stepdaughter was going out to see it yesterday too (she’s living over in Liverpool at the moment) and my neighbour went over yesterday afternoon – she’s a professional photographer but don’t know what she’s planning to do with the photos.
Hiya, really hope they had a great time, if you find the neighbours photo’s point me in the right direction we would love to see them 🙂
I had a little bet with myself that you would make it to the ‘show’. I am green with envy!….what an experience. Well done Liverpool for having the courage to invest in the performances.
Hiya David, it has been marked on my calender for months..my poor missus must of been fed up of me talking about it..we had a great time.. and yes we are very lucky that the council invests in these things..courage yes.. business enterprise most certainly..
I read about this event on the BBC news website. It looks like it was a great deal of fun (even if the girl looks slightly demonic to me!). A very interesting way to mark the sad anniversary. And it looks like the Liverpudlians gave it a good turnout, despite the rain!
Thanks for your comment, the city seems to get behind these occasions in vast numbers..it’s great to see… the schools children were invited to write their versions of the letter the Uncle was delivering to the Giant Girl.. these were handed out to the crowd different stories from different passengers… so now all the schools know all about the disaster… great idea
Wow, that’s a truly fantastic idea. What a great way to get the kids involved and learning about what happened. And also a nice touch of giving the crowd an opportunity to get a bit more involved as well.
I hope this isn’t an inappropriate comment in light of the anniversary but it reminds me of a T-Shirt I saw while in Northern Ireland (the Northern Irish are very proud of having made the Titanic in case you didn’t know), the shirt had a picture of the Titanic with the words ‘The Titanic. Made by an Irishman. Sunk by an Englishman’ which I thought was an amusing bit of inter-country banter.
Great pics of a great event!
Must have been an amazing spectacle!
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That giant “little” girl is the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen! Whoa!!!! Looks like quite a successful event however, so that’s a good thing!
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