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March for The Arts Protest and Rally

March for The Arts Protest and Rally

Liverpool 3rd October 2020

March starts at Metropolitan Cathedral Plaza at 12noon. The March will be followed by a rally with speeches and testimony from members of the creative community; freelancers, organisations, community groups and more, who have or continue to suffer and struggle due to lack of support for The Arts during lockdown.

Join us to

March for Theatre

March for Comedy

March for Dance

March for Music

March for Events

March for Community

March for The Arts

Let us all stand together across the creative and arts community to march through the streets of Liverpool and rally together. Six months into lockdown and our industry lies in ruins.The support we have had from the government is welcome but we can see now that it is not enough.This protest was postponed when the 1.57bn was announced to give time for this to be distributed. Three months later; the rescue package hasn’t been delivered, furlough is ending; SEISS is ending; and organisation remain closed. Now is the time to come together and stand up for ourselves and our Art.

Come in costume, bring your instruments, wear your blacks, bring your puppets, bang your drums, dance your way there. Show your Art.

If you are part of a group, company, organisation, choir, orchestra, troupe, or collective and would like to officially register to march as a group please get in touch:

We need volunteers! If you can volunteer to help with stewarding/litter picking on the day please fill out this form and join our volunteers group:


-Wear A Mask

-Sanitise Your Hands

-Stay 1m+ Away from People

-Register your attendance on this facebook event or by emailing us (we need to know numbers so we can steward and make sure we have enough space)

Keep an eye out for updates:

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