From 1998, when it was launched, this festival has been one of the biggest and significant Arab arts and culture events in Liverpool, and the UK.
Liverpool Arabic Centre and the Bluecoat, the founders, has grown the partnerships over the years and included multiple genre art institutions in the city into the event.
The aim is to make celebratory events of raising awareness and promotion of Arabic culture in Liverpool, and in the UK.
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival got the Arab British Centre’s Culture and Society Award in 2010 for contributing to the Arab art and culture.
For an outstanding contribution to the public knowledge and understanding of life, society and culture of the Arab people in Britain.
Events on Liverpool Arab Arts Festival are usually placed into 6 categories: Music, Film and Theatre, Dance, Talks, Literature and Debates, Family and Outdoor and Exhibitions. Family activities, followed by mouth-watering food, music and art, featured with DJ’s or jazz performers. That’s all a part of this amazing festival. And don’t miss festival’s choice of films, different debates, talks and workshops.