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Echoes Of The First World War
A week-long series of tours giving visitors a powerful and emotional flashback experience of The Great War. Local historian Frank Carlyle guides visitors through the depths of the Hall telling Liverpool stories of the First World War. From the triumphant passionate start to the realities of war, blasting away romantic notions as the horrors of modern conflict came to the forefront.
The historical talks are interlinked with promenade performance by some of Liverpool's best-loved actors.
Sound effects, special lighting, projections and poetry along with 6 actors and special guests in period costume create a unique interactive experience throughout the Hall, taking in the court room, basement galleries and catacombs of St George's Hall.
Echoes Of The First World War is part of the Hall's own programme of events which take place throughout this centenary anniversary year of the start of the Great War in 1914.
Capacity 40 people per tour.
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Venue: St George's Hall
→ Lime Street 4 min walk