The Kazimier expands offering an outside performance, arts and social space for Liverpool’s creative community.
It was just two weeks ago we tweeted despairingly in search of a beer garden in Liverpool to grab a pint and take in a half-decent atmosphere.
It seems our prayers have been answered with the launch of the Kazimier Garden – the next innovative venture of Getintothis’ recipients of the inaugural GIT Inspiration Award.
Like all great ideas, the Kazimier Garden is as simple as it sounds – combining the group’s creative spirit and natural flair and interest in the arts, the Garden will be an ‘outdoor place to drink, eat, watch, listen and be involved.’
Already there’s an outdoor screening of Rania Stephan‘s award-winning The Three Disappearances of Soad Hosni, The White Elephant Bazaar hosting a rich variety of craft stalls, ale and music plus a screen printing workshop with Beccy Williams as participants can create their own unique T-shirts.
The Kazimier’s in-house dance troupe, TiLT, will also be organising classes, workshops and performances throughout the summer in this space.
Of course, there’s bound to be many more announcements – and with the upcoming summertime Krunk Fiesta planned for June 16 with over 15 bands and all the unusual thrills and spills of their infamous parties planned – the Kazimier is once again set to be at the forefront of where it’s at in Liverpool.
The Kazimier Garden opening hours: Thursday-Sunday: midday to midnight, 32 Seel St Liverpool.
For more details on the Kazimier Garden visit the here.